13a Pearl Street
As you step inside, you'll find a private ground-floor entrance leading up to a bright and airy first-floor landing. Here, you'll discover a generously proportioned lounge with stunning sea views, a large kitchen with plenty of room to cook and entertain, a convenient WC, and one of the four spacious bedrooms.
Upstairs, there are three more well-sized bedrooms, all serviced by a modern family bathroom. With double glazing and gas central heating throughout, this property is as comfortable as it is practical.
But that's not all - the rear yard, outbuilding, and garage are easily accessible via a staircase from the kitchen, providing ample storage space and off-road parking. Plus, this property is being sold complete with the leasehold for 13 Pearl Street, making it a great investment opportunity.
Don't miss out on this rare chance to own a freehold property with off-road parking in one of the most sought-after seaside towns in the country. Contact us today to arrange a viewing!
Ground floor entrance
5.71m (18'9") x 2.04m (6'8")
4.62m (15'2") x 4.07m (13'4")
4.54m (14'11") x 4.07m (13'4") max
3.44m (11'4") x 2.04m (6'8")
4.54m (14'11") x 2.18m (7'2")
4.62m (15'2") x 3.92m (12'10")
4.62m (15'2") x 2.18m (7'2")
4.54m (14'11") x 2.58m (8'6")
3.42m (11'2") x 1.24m (4'1")
The sale is for the Freehold of the building, which includes the vacant possession of flat 13a Pearl St and leasehold attached to the flat, 13 Pearl Street.
The ‘Jewel’ streets consist of an eclectic range of period properties, mostly from the VICTORIAN era. Proving popular with executive couples within apartments and families within the larger properties.
The streets have become even more sought after in recent years, offering an idyllic lifestyle beside the seaside along with a rich and varied range of amenities, leisure facilities, transport links and local attractions, what a great choice to make one’s home.
With Saltburn Primary School & Huntcliff School both being rated by Ofsted as ‘Good’, there are no concerns over the educational facilities nearby.
At the end of the street, Milton Street has become a hub of the community with its popular bars, restaurants and other favoured eateries.
At the opposite side of the street, you will find the famous and oldest (working) water balanced cliff tramway in Britain giving access from the town to the Pier below.
Commuting either south to Whitby or north to Middlesbrough & beyond, the A174 is easily accessible by car or via the rail links provided by Saltburn Railway Station.