- Period house located on the West Cliff of Whitby
- Carport to the rear of the property
- Elegant fixtures and fittings
- Gas central heating
- Traditional features
- Four storeys
- A short walk to the centre of town
An elegant terraced town house in the popular West Cliff area of Whitby.
Built in the mid 1800’s the property boasts modern fixtures and fittings whilst sympathetically retaining traditional features such as high ceilings, original cast iron fireplaces and period coving.
The vestibule and hallway are an impressive entrance to the ground floor with decorative cornice arch and tiled flooring. A reception room with a cast iron gas fireplace, a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and hand basin vanity unit and a family bathroom with a three piece suite including a hand basin, w.c, bath and separate shower are all to the ground floor.
The lower ground level continues to impress with an open plan kitchen/diner/living room with a further utility space under the stairs and a shower room with w.c and hand basin.
Two double bedrooms both with built in storage and vanity units with hand basins are found on the first floor. The rear bedroom on this level benefits a ensuite w.c.
The second floor offers a large 4th bedroom with a storage cupboard and ample space for a further lounge area.
Externally, a front garden with cast iron railings and gate stone steps lead to the front door. To the rear of the property is a good sized paved yard with electric roller shutter door and a summer house providing off street parking in the form of a carport, a real rarity in the town centre.
Occupying a prominent position just a stone’s throw from the famous Whale Bones and the heart of Whitby, this property which would lend itself to a variety of uses including a family home, a holiday let or a coastal bolthole.