This beautiful, Grade II * listed, 14th century period home is located in the heart of Scarborough's Old Town close to the harbour. Being a former sea captain's home, and at one point a medieval pub, it is believed to be one of the oldest properties in Scarborough. In recent years it has undergone a scheme of updating by the current vendors, sympathetic to the properties age and importantly retaining it's character, charm and an abundance of period features.The accommodation itself briefly comprises of an entrance hall with stairs leading to the basement level where you will find a generous open plan kitchen/diner (ideal for entertaining) and built in utility cupboard. To the ground floor are two generous reception rooms including the parts of the former medieval pub. To the rear is further entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor landing with further doors to a shower room and two double bedrooms with the master benefiting from an en-suite bathroom. To the second floor is a further substantial bedroom/hobbies room and separate w/c. The property despite its age 'in our opinion' is offered to the market in good order having undergone a scheme of updating by the current vendors (details available upon request) The vendors have retained the period features throughout the updating including feature range, exposed beams and paneling, feature inglenook fireplace, original bar and so much more. The property does also now benefit from gas heating via a modern condensing combination boiler.Being located within the Old town means the property affords excellent access to the foreshore and therefore a wealth of amenities and attractions including local shops, a choice of popular eating and drinking establishments, the harbour, Scarborough's South Bay and beach.Offered potentially with NO ONWARD CHAIN. Internal viewing cannot be recommended highly enough to fully appreciate this truly unique period home with over 700 years of history and character. To arrange
With entrance door, stairs to basement level land door to:
Lounge/Parlour (17' 1'' max x 13' 5'' (5.2m x 4.1m))
With two windows to the front, feature fireplace and wood paneling. Door to:
Pub/Reception Room (16' 5'' x 12' 2'' (5.0m x 3.7m))
With three windows to the rear, open fire with feature fireplace and wood paneling. Door to:
Rear Entrance Hall
With entrance door to the rear and stairs leading to the first floor landing.
Kitchen/Diner (23' 11'' max x 19' 0'' max (7.3m x 5.8m))
With feature cast iron range, exposed brickwork and beams to ceiling. Also fitted with a matching range of wall and base units with work surfaces over, integrated fridge, space and provision for range cooker, one and a half bowl sink, built in utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer,
With door and stairs to the second floor. Doors to:
Bedroom One (15' 1'' x 13' 9'' (4.6m x 4.2m))
With two windows to the front, built in cupboards, feature fireplace decorative coving to the ceiling and wood paneling to walls. Door to:
En-Suite Bathroom (14' 9'' x 4' 3'' (4.5m x 1.3m))
Fitted with a white three piece suite comprising panelled bath, low flush w/c and pedestal wash hand basin. Feature exposed original timber beams and window to the front.
Bedroom Two (11' 10'' x 11' 2'' (3.6m x 3.4m))
With window to the rear, feature fireplace, original exposed timber beams, wood paneling and two substantial built in cupboards.
Shower Room (5' 7'' x 4' 11'' (1.7m x 1.5m))
Fitted with a three piece suite comprising step in shower, low flush w/c and pedestal wash hand basin and window to the rear.
Bedroom Three/Loft/Hobbies Room (25' 7'' max x 22' 8'' max (7.8m x 6.9m))
With sloping ceilings and windows to the side and rear and two 'Skylight windows to the side, feature exposed timbers/beams. Door to:
Separate W/c (5' 11'' x 5' 3'' (1.8m x 1.6m))
Fitted with a low flush w/c and wash hand basin. With sloping ceilings.
To the rear is a small seating area/courtyard.