High Stakesby, Whitby, £199,950
New to the market, this traditional three bedroom semi-detached property would make an ideal family home.
The location of the property is ideal as it sits on the west side of the town, with access to the town’s shops and amenities close by. The property has an ornamental garden to the front with private parking and a large garden to the rear. Whilst some modernisation is required, this home offers development potential should someone seek the opportunity to make their mark on it.
Built in 1956, this Percy Duck brick built house comprises of two reception rooms and a kitchen on the ground floor, along with three bedrooms, a house bathroom and a separate WC on the first floor.
Another area of the home which shows potential would be the spacious loft area which is currently used as a storage space. The home also has a single storey utility which was added on separately in 1974.
The spacious rear garden consists of a raised patio which would make a lovely seating area, a lawn with space for growing vegetables if desired and it’s bounded by high hedges offering some privacy.
There’s also a greenhouse and a useful timber garden shed.
This property would make an ideal family home, whilst it might also appeal to those looking for a second home in the Whitby area.
It’s also offered for sale with no onward chain.
The location is also ideal lying on the outskirts of town, yet only a short distance from the beach, as well as the town’s numerous shops, schools and amenities.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with the office to arrange a viewing and take a look for yourself. Contact Richardson and Smith on 01947 602298.