Flat is only a short walk from Scarborough’s superb south bay

Flat is only a short walk from Scarborough’s superb south bay
Flat is only a short walk from Scarborough’s superb south bay

Abrams View, Scarborough, £190,000

Well presented upper floor flat located on the ever popular South Cliff area offering, two bedrooms, garage and off road parking.

Located just a short walk from Scarborough’s superb south bay area and boasts beautiful sea views, this property would appeal to a number of potential buyers including first time buyers, second homes or an investment property.

The spacious accommodation briefly comprises lounge, kitchen, two double bedrooms and family bathroom. To the outside of the property there are beautiful communal gardens.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic property.

Call Hunters on 01723 336760 for more details.

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