One of the most grand and elegant streets in the historic City of York.

Wetheralds have been contracted to both internally & externally decorate this Grade II* Listed Heritage Crescent.
Project Manager: Felix Murphy

The iconic crescent was conceived in the 1830s to provide the quality of housing at that time only really seen in London – a concept designed by John Harper to produce a symmetrical crescent frontage behind which nine individual town houses could be individually built.

With the Theatre Royal opposite, The King’s Manor and Museum Gardens, along with the York Library and the magnificent York Art Gallery, St Leonard’s Place is right at the heart of York’s cultural hub.

This major restoration project was completed in 2017, bringing a collection of buildings last used as offices back into residential use. Five palatial townhouses have been re-created, alongside 29 apartments, together with a newly established mews ‘city street’ provide a further six unique properties.

This major restoration project was completed in 2017, bringing a collection of buildings last used as offices back into residential use. Five palatial townhouses have been re-created, alongside 29 apartments, together with a newly established mews ‘city street’ provide a further six unique properties.