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Church Street, Goldsborough, HG5

4 beds | 3 baths | 3 receptions | Offers in the region of £750,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • A period barn conversion
  • Stunning living dining room
  • Sympathetically appointed breakfast kitchen
  • Separate utility room and study
  • Four good size bedrooms
  • Modern house bathroom plus two further shower rooms
  • Enclosed private garden & double garage
  • EPC Rating D

Offered to the market for the first time in over 100 years is this sympathetically and skilfully converted four bedroom barn conversion.

With over 300 years of history, Princess Court offers a truly unique opportunity to acquire this outstanding barn conversion which extends to approximately 2000 Sq ft. Peacefully situated within the pretty and historic village of Goldsborough, this former carpenters' workshop is believed to have been originally constructed in the 18th century and was skilfully transformed in 1980. A combination of the traditional craftsmanship and modern construction ensures this wonderful home meets the requirements of modern-day living.

On approaching the property, the discerning purchaser is first welcomed by a bright and airy breakfast kitchen which plays host to several quality fitted appliances and provides access to the principle ground floor accommodation. Proceeding further in to beautiful home, the charming period features, retained during the conversion, begin to reveal themselves. The open plan living dining room displays beautiful timber beams and are complimented by exposed hand-clamped brickwork of the original chimney breast. Further ground floor accommodation includes; a spacious inner hallway which provides for a variety of uses including that of a separate family room, a useful utility room, a spacious study and a modern ground floor shower room. Stairs from the open plan living dining room lead to the first-floor landing which provides access to all the first-floor accommodation and reveals exposed timber beams. The master bedroom which is fitted with quality built in furniture is serviced by its own en-suite shower room. There are a further three well-proportioned bedrooms - two of which are also fully fitted with built in furniture, and a modern house bathroom which features floor to ceiling tiling.

Accessed via a set of timber gates and approached via a block paved driveway, the grounds of this home are well enclosed and provide a wonderful degree of privacy. The driveway provides ample off-street parking for a number of vehicles which in turn leads to a double detached garage which offers integral access to the main house. The gardens of this wonderful home lay to both the front and rear and have been carefully planned and landscaped ensuring ease of maintenance. There is a stone flagged patio to the rear which when combined with the lawn gardens provides both an ideal space for outdoor entertaining and the growing family.

The property occupies an idyllic location in this much sought-after and established village of Goldsborough set close to the edge of the historic market town of Knaresborough which hosts an excellent range of amenities catering for most daily needs. There is a cricket club and excellent Primary school within the village and senior schools within striking distance. For those requiring further the town centre of Harrogate is only a short distance away which hosts an excellent range of shops, bars, restaurants, schooling for all age groups and excellent leisure facilities. The property is ideally placed for the commuter as ease of access can be gained onto all major road and rail networks which lead to the larger financial centres within our region.

N.B In accordance with best practise, we would like to make prospective buyers aware that the owner of the property is connected/related to an employee of Furnell Residential.

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