Constructed of attractive mellow brick elevations under a slate roof and believed to date from around the turn of the century, the property is an elegant example of the local vernacular architecture of the many fine town houses built in and around the city centre at the end of the Victorian period. Particular architectural features include a modillioned brick eaves cornice, a sill band at first floor level and the brick-on-end arch with central keystone over the front door. Also of particular note is the large canted bay window with external brick-on-end arches and dentilled cornice to the front elevation. Internally, many further attractive period architectural features abound to include pine panelled doors, cornices, ceiling roses. The property has been tastefully restored and offers good quality living accommodation. The accommodation comprises of hallway, lounge room with open fire, large bay window and wood flooring, rear facing dining room with open fire and understairs storage, fitted galley kitchen with appliances and ground floor w/c/utility room. To the first floor are a good sized family bathroom with separate shower cubicle, claw foot bath and wash hand basin and w/c, a rear facing double bedroom and a large front aspect double bedroom. To the second floor is a recently created loft conversion offering rear to front aspect views, storage into eaves and an en-suite shower room facility. Running West from Fishergate, Sandringham Street lies within one of York's most desirable residential areas and is a cul-de-sac leading to the river from where a pleasant river walk gives easy access to the City Centre which lies approximately one mile away to the north. Fishergate itself boasts a diverse range of amenities and local shops and is ideally suited for pedestrian access to the facilities of the city centre and by car to the southern section of the Outer Ring Road and to the University of York. There is Residents' Only parking in Sandringham Street itself. Of particular interest to many will be the fact that the property lies within the Fulford Secondary School catchment area. To the front of the house is a small forecourted garden with path and raised beds containing various plants and shrubs. Immediately to the rear of the house is a flagged courtyard garden bounded on one side by a wall surmounted by various climbing plants and an outtside storage facility. A door leads to a rear service alleyway.