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5 Bed House - Townhouse 
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Frenchgate, Richmond

Offers in excess of £550,000

An HISTORICALLY IMPORTANT & Discretely Situated Property – an amazing town centre haven. With all the capacious character you would expect of Georgian architecture, this Grade II Listed residence comes with a South facing GARDEN, GARAGE/WORKSHOP & PARKING. When Hill House was originally built in circa. 1580, it was on the highest inhabited site in the town! Many original features include a lovely staircase & feature fireplaces, high ceilings, Palladian & splayed windows with window shutters, deep recessed doorways & wide doors. There are 2 large Reception Rooms & wonderful Reception Hall & Main Landing areas; up to 5 Bedrooms including the large 12.81m x 3.82m/42’0″ x 12’6″ STUDIO/LIBRARY/BEDROOM 5 etc. The 4.07m/13’4″ Bath/Shower Room was formerly 2 bathrooms. There is a ground floor Washroom/WC & an internal door to the INTEGRAL GARAGE/WORKSHOP. For EPICUREANS & others, there is an option to create a SUPERB 6.41m x 5.80m max/21’0″ x 19’0″ south facing ‘LIVING KITCHEN’. Gas Central Heating.
Among other Richmond legends is that of Frances I’Anson, the “Sweet Lass of Richmond Hill”, wooed by many but won by Leonard MacAnally, who composed the famous ballad in the garden of Hill House in 1789.
Richmond is an historic Georgian market town of unique character & charm which has changed little over time, centred on its imposing Norman Castle – whose walls & keep are now the cobbled Market Place. Situated on the edge of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park with the River Swale running close to its southern perimeter & access to the most stunning scenery anywhere to be seen, Richmond remains one of the most beautiful & rewarding places to live in the Country. The Rough Guide to Britain describes the town as ‘an absolute gem’.
A1/A66 & Scotch Corner about 4 miles, Harrogate 36, Newcastle & York 46, & Mainline rail station 13 miles – LONDON Kings Cross: 2 hours 20 minutes. The ‘new’ A1(M) Motorway brings the Harrogate, York & Leeds ‘Golden Triangle’

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