Based in the pretty village of Boroughbridge, close to York, the property is based near sites of archaeological importance. The oldest part of the property was originally built as a folly to view the early excavations of the Roman town and later served as a museum to house the archeological finds. Now, the inside has been beautifully decorated and still retains many of its period features, plus a large garden to the rear. Currently on the market for £650,000, take a look inside to see if this could be your dream home.
The property is based on Front Street in the village of Boroughbridge, near York, and sites close to sites of archeological importance. It has easy access to local amenities and good transport links.
The open plan kitchen is fitted with modern units, integrated appliances and a breakfast bar, all fitted with solid oak flooring.
3. Dining room
The characterful dining room features a large log burner at its heart, oak ceiling beams and plenty of space for entertaining.
4. Sitting room
Bright and spacious, this stylish living space is bathed in light from the patio doors which open out to the garden, while the central log burner is perfect for cosy evenings.