A traditional three storey Victorian townhouse set in the beautiful old town of Saltburn-by-the-Sea. The property is a 5 to 10 minute walk from the beach and just a few minutes walk from the main high street shops and cafes. Built around 1899-1901, the house offers five bedrooms (three ensuite) and provides spacious accommodation across three storeys. There is a small private courtyard area to the rear set with planting.
An ideal location for accessing the North Yorkshire Moors and coastline, the town of Saltburn has a cosmopolitan assortment of cafes and restaurants. Enjoy a famous crab brioche or fish and chips at the celebrated pier Fish restaurant or soak up the atmosphere of the ancient Ship Inn smugglers pub overlooking Huntcliff and the sea. Within a 35 minute drive of Whitby and a similar distance to the stations of Grosmont, Goathland and Pickering - you can travel back in time on the steam railway and see where Harry Potter was filmed.
Saltburn itself has its own miniature raiilway and mini golf on the seafront. With quaint beach huts and surf schools there is plenty to keep the family entertained. You can also enjoy beautiful wooded walks in the Valley Gardens which lead on to the North Yorkshire Moors eventually and is also the start of the Cleveland Way.