Detached family home with glorious sea views

Detached family home with glorious sea views
Detached family home with glorious sea views

Castlegate, Scarborough, £150,000

Fantastic characterful three bedroom detached family home located in the heart of Scarborough’s old town.

This impressive living accommodation is set out over three floors and briefly comprises entrance hall, double bedroom and spacious open plan kitchen, dining room and utility area to the ground floor.

The first and second floors offer a further two double bedrooms, a spacious lounge with glorious sea views and a family bathroom with a three piece suite. To the outside of the property you are presented with a low maintenance garden with outside tap.

The property is well positioned for a wide range of shops, services and facilities and is within walking distance of the Harbour, the South Bay and all of its attractions making this an ideal investment purchase for a holiday home, buy to let or permanent residence.

Contact Hunters on 01723 336760 for more details.

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