Town house with lots of period character

Town house with lots of period character
Town house with lots of period character

Property: Nansen Street, Scarborough, £180,000

Convenient location for this most spacious and well laid out town house still retaining lots of period character. Offering larger than average accommodation in excellent decorative order.

Comprising tasteful bay fronted lounge with period style open fire, separate sitting room/formal dining room/study with French doors to the rear. Breakfast/dining room leading to a good sized modern kitchen.

Spindle staircase with return split level landing leading to three double bedrooms, the main one being particularly large. Bathroom with contemporary white suite. Raised forecourt garden to the front, paved area and yard to the rear with garden area which could be off street parking with permission.

The property also benefits from gas central heating, has some uPVC double glazing and offers early possession.

Contact Colin Ellis Property Services on 01723 363565 for more details.

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