Flat 3, 17 Windsor Road
Accessed through a well-maintained communal entrance, the flat's private second-floor entry opens into a spacious hallway, serving as a welcoming area with ample storage cupboards, a radiator, and the versatility to double as an office space. The lounge, adorned with a large window facing the front, captures natural light with a pleasant outlook across the town, with partial sea-views. also featuring a character-enhancing fireplace with a coal effect electric fire. A picture rail adds a touch of sophistication, and a radiator ensures comfort.
The bedroom, situated at the front of the property, continues the theme of comfort and charm with its own radiator. The generous kitchen is a delightful space, fitted with matching wall and base units, roll-top work surfaces, and a single drainer sink with a mixer tap. Practicality meets convenience with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, space for a condensing dryer, a built-in electric oven, and a gas hob. Additional features include space for a fridge-freezer and a built-in cupboard housing the gas combination boiler.
The bathroom, bathed in natural light, features a three-piece white suite comprising a low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, and a panelled bath with a shower over. Exposed wooden flooring and a built-in linen cupboard add a rustic touch.
A hatch provides access to loft giving potential for conversion and offers great opportunity to add value.
Ideal for a first-time purchase, providing easy access to local amenities and transport links, this property also presents a charming option for those seeking a second home with a blend of Victorian elegance and modern convenience. Don't miss the opportunity to make Flat 3, 17 Windsor Road, your next home.
3.75m (12'3") x 2.46m (8'1")
4.40m (14'5") x 4.27m (14')
4.93m (16'2") x 2.74m (9')
3.29m (10'10") x 2.68m (8'9")
3.52m (11'7") x 1.65m (5'5")
Tenure: Share of Freehold
Length of lease: Approx 999 years
Annual ground rent: N/A
Ground rent review period (year/month): N/A
Annual service charge: N/A
Service charge review period (year/month): N/A
Council tax band: A
Saltburn by the Sea
Saltburn-By-The-Sea is a seaside town situated on the North Yorkshire Coast, the town itself has retained much of its original charm as a picturesque Victorian Seaside resort, with many attractions including the oldest (working) water balanced cliff tramway in Britain giving access from the town to the Pier below.
The famous miniature railway takes a short journey alongside Skelton Beck leading to the Italian gardens affectionately known locally as ‘The Valley Gardens’ which provide a colourful display all year around.
Huntcliff is another much-loved local landmark with the Cleveland Way passing by.
Saltburn Railway Station gives excellent transport links in & out of town allowing residents to easily commute to and from the area.
This property is for sale by Modern Method of Auction allowing the buyer and seller to complete within a 56 Day Reservation
Period. Interested parties’ personal data will be shared with the Auctioneer (iamsold Ltd).
If considering a mortgage, inspect and consider the property carefully with your lender before bidding. A Buyer Information
Pack is provided, which you must view before bidding. The buyer will pay £300 inc VAT for this pack.
The buyer signs a Reservation Agreement and makes payment of a Non-Refundable Reservation Fee of 4.5% of the purchase
price inc VAT, subject to a minimum of £6,600 inc VAT. This Fee is paid to reserve the property to the buyer during the
Reservation Period and is paid in addition to the purchase price. The Fee is considered within calculations for stamp duty.
Services may be recommended by the Agent/Auctioneer in which they will receive payment from the service provider if the
service is taken. Payment varies but will be no more than £450. These services are optional.