If you’re looking for a period property with a wealth of character, then Oakley house should be on your viewing list. Offering ample original features such as cast-iron fireplaces in most rooms, high ceilings, sash windows and wooden floorboards combined with modern fixtures and fittings, this property will no doubt gain a lot of interest.
Set of over three floors, when briefly described, the ground floor accommodation is made up of a welcoming entrance vestibule and hallway, a living room with a large bay window, a 2nd reception room/snug, a quirky shaped boot room with another feature fireplace and a cloakroom with a w.c and hand basin.
The heart of the home is the open plan kitchen/diner which features cream shaker style units with wooden worktops and bi folding doors which lead to the pretty rear courtyard garden. A useful utility room is accessed just off the kitchen.
The first floor boasts three double bedrooms and the contemporary house bathroom which includes a large walk in shower, a bath, w.c and hand basin. On the first-floor landing is an attractive traditional style bottle window which brightens the whole house with natural light.
To the second floor are two more double bedrooms and a family room which is a bedroom with an additional room just off providing a further sleeping space or potentially a walk-in wardrobe.
Private outside space is a real commodity in the centre of Whitby and the rear courtyard garden is a perfect space for dining al fresco. Made up of a paved patio and raised flower beds along with a coal shed at the bottom and a gate which leads to the ginnell that runs along the side of the property. Another enclosed garden is found to the front of the house.
Found on Well Close Square in the very heart of Whitby but tucked away from the hustle and bustle, this town house would make a fantastic family home, coastal bolt hole or holiday letting investment. Call Hendersons to arrange a viewing today!