Energy Efficiency Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
73
79
Environmental Impact Rating
Current
Potential
(92-100) a
(81-91) b
(69-80) c
(55-68) d
(39-54) e
(21-38) f
(1-20) g
67
72

York House 34a High Street, Tutbury, Staffordshire, DE13 9LS

  • £599,950 Guide Price
  • Detached Property
  • 4 bedrooms

Set right in the centre of the historic village of Tutbury is York House, a modern executive detached home offering spacious family accommodation, four superb double bedrooms and a quiet and secluded position, hidden away behind the High Street, on land formerly belonging to the Dog & Partridge pub/restaurant. In a non-estate setting, York House is an individually designed property, offering generous rooms throughout, and the beautifully presented interiors comprise briefly reception hall, spacious lounge, dining and living kitchen, garden room and cloakroom to the ground floor, with four double bedrooms set off the spacious first floor landing. The master and guest bedrooms each benefit from an en suite bathroom and dressing room with the two additional bedrooms being serviced by a family bathroom. There is a double garage and parking to the front aspect and immaculately landscaped gardens lie to the rear and side of the property. York House is serviced by double glazing and mains gas central heating, with under floor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor.

Tucked away just behind Tutburys High Street, York House is very close to all the amenities of this historic village. Famed for its medieval castle, Tutbury is home to boutique shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés, a museum, and some stunning Georgian and Victorian properties. The village also enjoys a range of amenities and facilities, including a Post Office, a bank (Lloyds), a doctors surgery, a pharmacy, a dental surgery, opticians, beauticians and hairdressers, and a village hall. The village hosts a farmers market four times a year and historical interests can be fuelled at the village museum and Tutbury Castle, a location famed for the imprisonment of Mary Queen of Scots in 1568. The Richard Wakefield Primary School in the village feeds into DeFerrers Academy in Stretton. The market town of Burton is nearby and provides excellent shopping and leisure facilities including a cinema and supermarkets. Tutbury is well placed for links to the A50 and A38, and convenient rail links are easily accessible from Tutbury & Hatton railway station which is within an easy walk from the property.

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Tutbury

Tutbury

Tutbury's skyline is dominated by the imposing ruin of its medieval castle, situated on a hill overlooking the pretty village. Apart from the 12th century chapel, the ruins date from the 14th and 15th centuries when the castle was rebuilt. It is most famous for being the site where Mary, Queen of Scots was imprisoned in the 16th century.One of the largest villages in the area with some 3,000 inhabitants, Tutbury unsurprisingly offers good shopping, excellent pubs and other useful amenities including a GP surgery and the Tutbury and Hatton railway station on the Crewe to Derby line. The Dog & Partridge offers an upscale bar with dining and four other traditional country pubs are dotted about the village alongside one of the newest... read more

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