Stand the YORK electric stove beside its woodburning twin and you won’t see any difference. It even has an optional spigot for attaching a dummy flue pipe. Light them up and they’re still amazingly challenging to distinguish. Sit back and bask in the peaceful, flickering flames encased in cast iron.
Another distinction is the door design. Woodburning stove doors all have plain glass, but with the YORK electric you can also opt for door inserts with latticework or gothic arch designs inspired by the Minster windows.