A spacious property, with versatile accommodation across three floors, situated close to the market square, to the north east of the town. Benefitting from gas central heating and double glazing and with off street parking. The property would benefit from modernisation but is otherwise good condition. It's hard to think of a better located market town than Thirsk, nestling in the Vale of York, with the hills of the Dales and North York Moors looming in the distance. The town is smart and confident with a lovely mix of Georgian and medieval buildings, clustering around a thriving market square.. Locals are proud of their town. Tourism is important (vet Alf Wight, aka James Herriot, had his practice here, luring visitors from across the globe), but it never seems to overwhelm the town. The accommodation briefly comprises of; entrance hall, living room, kitchen/diner, to the ground floor. To the first floor are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. On the top floor there is a large third bedroom with en-suite shower room and a single bedroom. Externally there is a covered archway, leading to a courtyard which in turn opens to a gravel driveway, leading to a detached double garage/workshop. Transport links are fantastic. The nearby A19 and A1 will speed you to Leeds or Newcastle in about one hour, whilst York and Harrogate are 40 minutes to the south. Grand Central offers direct rail services to London (2.5 hours) whilst Trans-pennine connects Thirsk with all the major northern cities. Note - the train station is 1.5 miles out of town, past the racecourse, so plan on a taxi ride or a half-hour walk. The surrounding area is terrific cycling territory, with lovely back lanes and a choice of flat or hilly terrain. Not far away steep-sided Boltby Wood offers off-road fans an exhilarating experience.