The Warehouse – Plot 9

A characterful three bedroom townhouse conversion with high ceilings and original features

Priced AT £344,500

Plot 9 is a townhouse located in the warehouse conversion at Ebor Mills. The warehouse was built in the later part of the 19th century as part of the expansion of the mill complex, and replaced an earlier spinning mill. (Read more about the history of Ebor Mills here.) The warehouse lies parallel to the Spinning Mill, and is set further back across the main courtyard. The original coursed stone has acquired a beautiful patina over the years, and the warehouse’s tall window openings, many of which have decorative stone heads, are still in situ. We’ve installed replacement conservation windows that suit the warehouse conversion’s industrial architecture and allow in plenty of natural light. These five plots offer the best of both worlds: they are beautiful modern homes, designed for family life, and located within an original building with an important industrial heritage.

This particular plot is a triplex with three double bedrooms. It features a private main entrance on the building’s southern aspect, facing the main courtyard and feature an entrance hallway, a cloakroom and some variation on a laundry, not to mention a spacious, open plan living space, featuring an integrated kitchen, ample space for seating and dining, and double doors that open onto the rear garden.

Up on the first floor, the home has two double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, a house bathroom with bath and a useful storage cupboard. The second floor of all five of the homes is mostly given over to the master bedrooms. All have en suite bathroom with shower, and a separate bath. A secluded, south-facing patio terrace is accessible both from the master bedroom, via a set of double doors, and from the main landing.

Outside, each plot has a rear garden with a patio and turfed area, and all homes benefit from two parking spaces each; one at the front of the building and one at the rear. Each garden has direct access to the parking area at the rear.

Plot 9

Ground Floor

Hall

13’11” x 7’2″


Cloaks

4′ 11″ x 4′ 7″


Living / dining

23′ 2″ x 12′ 0″


Kitchen

8′ 1″ x 7′ 11″


Store

5′ 11″ x 3′ 1″


First Floor

Landing

9′ 3″ x 9′ 0″


Bedroom 2

13′ 7″ x 11′ 10″


Ensuite

9′ 2″ x 3′ 11″


Bedroom 3

15′ 8″ x 10′ 3″


Bathroom

7′ 2″ x 5′ 8″


Second Floor

Landing

10′ 6″ x 4′ 5″


Bedroom 1

15′ 10″ x 12′ 8″


Ensuite

8′ 8″ x 7′ 0″


Store

8′ 5″ x 3′ 11″


Patio

11′ 1″ x 6′ 10″


Premium Specification

  • Original stonework and renovated roof
  • Wooden conservation windows painted white
  • Frameless glass balustrade
  • Contemporary kitchen cabinetry, with oak-effect interiors and soft-close doors
  • Integrated Zanussi appliances
  • Contemporary sanitaryware and chrome towel radiators
  • Contemporary external lighting
  • Low energy lighting, including down lights to kitchen and bathrooms
  • Smart, energy-saving Honeywell thermostat
  • Ideal Standard gas boiler and Oso Cylinder
  • Access to shared EV electric car charging points
  • Mains intruder alarm
  • Off-street parking

Site Plan

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