The Zetland is undoubtedly one of Saltburn's most distinguished and impressive properties. This grade II listed building is a well-known landmark, renowned for its fascinating history and unique features. Constructed by the Stockton and Darlington Railway Company in 1863, The Zetland Hotel was one of the world's first purpose-built railway hotels with its own private platform, designed to attract affluent clientele.
Due to experiencing a decline in visitors in the early 1970s, The Zetland has since been revived and transformed into luxury apartments, still retaining many of its original features, including the station platform, canopy, and railway buffer. Today, this iconic property offers stunning views of Huntcliff and easy access to local amenities, making it an exceptionally desirable location to call 'home'.
The Zetland's idyllic seaside lifestyle, coupled with a diverse range of leisure facilities, transport links, and local attractions, has made it a popular choice for executive couples seeking a sophisticated and relaxed lifestyle. Its rich history and unique features have only added to its appeal, making The Zetland one of Saltburn's most sought-after addresses.
This luxurious one-bedroom apartment is located on the second floor and boasts a spacious Entrance Hall, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, and generously sized Bedroom. It is believed to be one of the largest one-bedroom properties in the building, complete with a designated car parking space.
The property has recently been fitted with a gas combination boiler and benefits from secondary glazing, ensuring you stay warm and comfortable all year round. It is ideal for those seeking a second home, holiday let or an executive couple looking for a sophisticated lifestyle.
Don't miss out on this rare opportunity! Schedule your viewing today to see why 18 The Zetland is one of the most sought-after properties in Saltburn.
6.45m (21'2") x 1.16m (3'10")
5.09m (16'8") x 4.73m (15'6")
3.21m (10'7") x 2.93m (9'7")
3.21m (10'7") x 2.06m (6'9") max
5.11m (16'9") x 4.73m (15'6")
Length of lease: 91 years
Annual ground rent: £545
Ground rent review period (year/month): TBA
Maintenance/Annual service charge: £1188
Service charge review period (year/month): TBA
Buildings insurance 2023: £368
Council tax band: B
All the above information is believed to be correct, however, should be confirmed via a legal executive.