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Cherry Street, Bishopthorpe Road, YO23


£250,000 OIRO

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Terraced House
For Sale
£250,000 OIRO
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Property features

  • Modern kitchen and bathroom
  • Immaculate throughout
  • Rear courtyard garden
  • Spacious, light and airy
  • Modern kitchen


This wonderful two bedroom home is set just off Bishopthorpe Road and as such is well placed just a short walk from York City centre, train station and the many much celebrated range of shops and eateries the area has to offer.

Modernised and much improved in recent years, the property is light, airy and immaculate throughout. An entrance hall leads to a spacious modern dining kitchen with fitted units and integrated appliances with a separate reception room to the rear. To the first floor are two bedrooms with modern house bathroom boasting a white suite with bath and shower over.

To the rear is an enclosed courtyard style garden and on street resident’s parking is available.

Offered for sale with no forward chain, early viewing is essential.

Entrance – Dining Kitchen – Living Room – Two Bedrooms – Bathroom – Courtyard Garden – Gas Central Heating – Double Glazed

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