Built in 1913, number 9 Carlton Road offers many wonderful period features. With accommodation over 3 floors this vast 4 bedroom house has character and space in abundance.
Outside the property has a large workshop with power and water, a small lawned area, large enclosed yard and off street parking for two vehicles.
This house benefits from solar panels which have been installed to the workshop but link back to the house. The solar panels are owned, not leased meaning you can not only enjoy discounted electricity bills but receive an annual rebate from the grid for enegy you produce.
The property has plenty of kerb appeal and the period features flow throughout.
With an original stained glass window the hall offers access to the second floor and doors to the sitting room, dining room and kitchen.
SITTING ROOM - 15' 8" x 14' 4" (4.78m x 4.39m)
The stunning sitting room has a wooden floor, the period feature fireplace has the original surround. The bay window to the front of the property is fitted with UPVC windows.
DINING ROOM - 13' 1" x 11' 11" (4.01m x 3.64m)
The dining room is to the rear of the property, the UPVC window overlooks the yard, period features in the room include a picture rail and cornice work to the ceiling. There is a fireplace and chimney that is currently covered but could be exposed if required.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM - 16' 7" x 10' 5" (5.06m x 3.20m)
The kitchen is fitted with a range of shaker style base and wall units, the white sink has a mixer tap that has a water filter fitted. the rangemaster has gas and electric ovens and gas hob. A large under stairs cupboard is fitted with shelves to create a pantry.
UTILITY ROOM - 11' 10" x 6' 6" (3.61m x 1.99m)
Terracotta stone tiles line the floor in the utility room with access through the back door muddy boots and coats can be stored in the large space. The plumbing for the washing machine and tumble dryer are housed under a black stone effect worktop. the utility room has a Belfast sink and tiled walls.
WET ROOM - 6' 6" x 5' 1" (1.99m x 1.55m)
The wet room is fitted with a double size shower cubicle with an electric shower, White toilet and basin.
MASTER BEDROOM - 24' 8" x 17' 8" (7.54m x 5.39m)
This large bedroom has three windows lending itself to being divided and incorporating an ensuite or second bedroom. The original wooden floor still has hearth tiles set into it offering another period feature.
BEDROOM 2 - 13' 1" x 12' 0" (4.01m x 3.68m)
Currently being used as a single but with plenty of room for a double bed. This bedroom used to have a basin so water is available if required.
BEDROOM 3 - 10' 9" x 10' 5" (3.30m x 3.20m)
The third bedroom, to the rear of the property is a large double, it has an original wood floor.
BATHROOM - 6' 4" x 8' 7" (1.95m x 2.62m)
With a large Victorian style basin and a corner shower cubicle, There’s a large shelving unit which stretches over the hot water storage tank.
Toilet with obscured glass door and window.
ATTIC ROOM - 24' 8" x 17' 8" (7.54m x 5.39m)
Stretching the whole floor the attic has been converted, there is a radiator connected to the central heating. Access to the partly boarded loft. Two velux windows and the large dormar window to the front flood this room with massive amounts of natural light.
WORKSHOP/GARAGE - 23' 10" x 17' 1" (7.27m x 5.23m)
This large workshop is fitted power and lighting.
To the front is an enclosed lawn with mature trees and shrubs. Gated access leads to the front door. a gated path also leads around the side of the property to the rear.
At the rear is an enclosed courtyard with gates leading out to the off street parking for two vehicles, a small lawned area behind the workshop.
The Market Town of Thirsk is nestled in Herriot Country and is a fantastic location for those who enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle.
Locally, the Town provides a wide range of team sports including Rugby, Football, Cricket, Hockey, Netball and many more.
Thirsk has three Primary Schools and one Comprehensive School and Sixth Form within the Town. Within a short distance, there are four private schools, Cundal Manor, Queen Mary's, Queen Ethelburga's and Ampleforth.
The Town has Private and Council run gymnasiums and pool, a cinema and a wide range of Cafes and Restaurants. For shopping, a market is held two days a week. Local, largely independent traders have boutiques and shops in and around the market place and there is a selection of Supermarkets.
With its location so close to the A19 and A1(M), Thirsk is ideally situated for commuting and sits a short drive from, York, Harrogate, Ripon, Teesside and Leeds. Thirsks train station is on the East Coast Mainline and offers direct access from Edinburgh to London.
Thirsk was also mentioned in The Times - Best Places to Live in 2020 as the Howardian Hills came out the regional winner for the North and North East.