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A fascinating, Grade II Listed four-bedroom Georgian town house with garage & superb walled garden located in one of the most historic parts of Bridlington.
Located within Bridlington’s Old Town, this fascinating Georgian town house retains a wealth of original features and is well deserving of its Grade II Listed status. The property offers surprisingly spacious accommodation over three floors, with a total of four double bedrooms and two elegantly proportioned reception rooms.
The overall floor area amounts to approximately 2,000sq.ft and comprises entrance hall with sweeping return staircase, guest cloakroom, sitting room with multi-fuel stove, dining room, kitchen, side passage/pantry, first floor landing, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms, house bathroom, and a fourth double bedroom on the top floor. During the current owner’s tenure, the property has been comprehensively updated, including a full electrical re-wire, and is presented in excellent order throughout, displaying all the characteristics one would expect such as high ceilings, tall windows, panelled doors, and some lovely original fireplaces.
To the rear of the house is a delightful walled garden, which has been beautifully landscaped to provide year-round colour and interest. The garden enjoys an excellent level of privacy and at the far end is a workshop, summerhouse and a door opening into the garage (accessed from Scarborough Road).
The seaside town of Bridlington offers a huge amount of appeal for residents and tourists alike, most notably two award-winning beaches and an array of shopping and leisure facilities. 34 High Street forms part of Bridlington’s historic Old Town area, which encompasses the Priory Church and the Bayle Museum and is often referred to as the town’s cultural centre. It is home to a wide range of independent shops, galleries and places to eat, enjoying a steadier pace than the town centre and feels very much like ‘stepping back in time’.
Tiled floor. Coving. Staircase to the first floor. Understairs cupboard. Cupboard housing the gas fired central heating boiler. Thermostat. Radiator.
White low flush WC and wash basin. Casement window to the side. Oak flooring. Radiator.
Feature fireplace with ornate plaster surround and marble hearth. Coving. Sash window to the front with working shutters. Radiator.
Range of solid oak kitchen cabinets with polished granite work surfaces, incorporating a stainless-steel sink unit. Gas fired range cooker with extractor hood above. Integrated washing machine, dishwasher, freezer, and space for a free-standing fridge freezer. Solid oak flooring. Telephone point. Sash window to the front with working shutters. Radiator.
Cast iron multi-fuel stove set on a slate hearth within a carved timber surround. Coving. Television point. Two sash windows to the side and an arched window to the rear, overlooking the garden. Door onto the rear garden. Two radiators.
Quarry tile floor. Door onto the street and a door onto the rear garden. Access into the Kitchen.
Staircase to the second floor. Sash windows to the front, side, and rear, including an arched sash window over the staircase. Radiator.
Fitted wardrobe. Sash window to the front. Radiator.
Matching white suite comprising double shower cubicle, bidet, wash basin and low flush WC. Tiled walls and floor. Extractor fan. Sash window to the rear. Heated towel rail.
Feature period fireplace. Fitted wardrobe. Sash window to the front. Radiator.
Sash window to the rear. Radiator.
Matching white suite comprising bath, shower cubicle, wash basin and low flush WC. Fully tiled walls and floor. Extractor fan. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Loft hatch. Yorkshire sliding sash window and casement window to the side. Heated towel rail.
Sloping ceiling and exposed beams. Access to eaves storage. Two sash windows to the rear. Two electric radiators.
Behind the house is a fully walled garden, which has been attractively landscaped, featuring a series of shrub borders divided by block paved and cobbled pathways, an old damson tree, a neatly clipped laburnum, and a wide range of climbing plants. Due to the length of the garden, it enjoys a good amount of sun, and at the far end there is a workshop/potting shed and a summer house. A personnel door allows entry into the single garage, which has vehicular access from Scarborough Road. A private passageway alongside the house allows access into the back garden from High Street, without having to walk through the house itself.
Electric light and power. Water tap. Concrete floor.
Electric light and power.
Concrete floor. Electric light and power. Up and over door to the front and personnel door through to the rear garden.