Elevated south facing terraced home with views of marina and boatyard

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If you are looking for a substantial house with character and an open aspect then this might be the property for you.

Built when the railways came to Whitby in the mid 19th Century, Esk Terrace lies only a short walk from the town centre and has an elevated south facing position making it one of the sunniest properties this close to the heart of the town.

Situated at the southern end of this well-known terrace, with views onto the upper section of the marina and the boatyard as well as up towards the New Bridge, 38 Esk Terrace is versatile home.

Upgraded by the current owner, the ground floor has a lovely formal sitting room with a big bay window that floods the room with light and to the rear is a dining kitchen and a separate utility.

The first floor has double and single bedrooms, as well as the house bathroom and the top floor offer two further double en-suite bedrooms, however it is the secret door that masquerades as a bookcase that you will remember if you visit opening from the ground floor to a staircase down to the lower ground floor, fifth bedroom with an en-suite wetroom and access directly out into the gardens.

The owner has strived to keep as much original character in the house has could be practically achieved, retaining the moulded plasterwork, original doors etc.

The terraced south facing gardens offer something for the green fingered or for those who just like to sit out and enjoy a bit of sunshine and fresh air.

Contact Richardson and Smith. Tel: (01947) 602298 for a must see viewing.

38 Esk Terrace is offered for sale with a guide price of: £259,950