Bootham Park Hospital is located on the A19, known as Bootham, to the north west of Bootham Bar and the historic core of York. The site is adjacent to The York Hospital to the north and Bootham School to the east. York Railway Station is half a mile to the south west and the Scarborough railway line runs along the north west boundary of the site. The site is within the vicinity of the historic St Peter’s School, Kings Manor and the Yorkshire Museum and gardens. Views towards York Minster can be clearly seen from the grounds of the site and the property is approximately 0.25 miles from the heart of York city centre., The property benefits from proximity to the full range of York City Centre’s services and amenities, providing excellent rail, pedestrian, cycle and road access. York offers a good, range of retail and leisure facilities and is a popular tourist destination. The A1036 and A19 leads to the A64 bypass on the south side of York which in turn gives good access to the A1 at Bramham. York railway station is situated on the East Coast main line with journey times of around 2 hours to London. The train station is popular with commuters, residents and tourists alike. There is also good access to local schools, and out of town shopping centres around York such as Monks Cross and the York Designer Outlet, just to the south of the A19/A64 junction., Exceptional and landmark development opportunity., The site comprises 17.85 acres including the Grade I & Grade II, Located off Bootham, York, close to the historic core of York., Offers are sought on an unconditional basis., On behalf of NHS Property Services., Bootham Park Hospital occupies a total site area of approximately 17.85 acres, with extensive open grounds extending to around 10 acres to the south, between the hospital and Bootham. This open space can be identified in the York Central Historic Core Conservation Area appraisal as being a significant feature of the Bootham Park Hospital character area. Within the site to the east are additional green spaces surrounding the Chapel and adjacent to the site Bootham School has a large playing field. The principal hospital buildings on site are Grade I & Grade II Listed and include a complex group of structures of various states and styles. The three storey frontage of the original 1777 structure is by the celebrated architect John Carr and is Grade I Listed. To the rear of this building a T plan range dates to the late 18th and 19th centuries with various modern additions. The principal floor area of the main hospital comprises a gross floor area of approximately 93,496 sq ft (8,686 sq m).