Saltburn by the Sea
With a rich and varied range of amenities, leisure facilities, transport links and local attractions, Saltburn-By-The-Sea is the ideal seaside town to call ‘Home’.
Nestled on the beautiful North Yorkshire coastline and within easy reach of the North Yorkshire Moors National Parks, boasting coastal and moorland walks, is there any wonder why the town was named as one of The Guardians ‘10 of the UKs best seaside towns’ in 2018?
With Saltburn Primary School & Huntcliff School both being rated by Ofsted as ‘Good’, there are no concerns over the educational facilities.
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.
A modest roundup of other amenities include leisure & swimming facilities, a library, Sainsbury’s Supermarket, Earthbeat & Well-being Centres, Community Theatre & Police Station.
The Crescent is ideally situated off Laurel Road, offering easy access to all local amenities and within walking distance of schools and rail links.
The Crescent mainly consists of semi-detached bungalows with a couple of individually designed and well-proportioned detached family homes.
12 The Crescent is located on an enviable corner plot enjoying the benefit of not being overlooked by any other properties.
What did the vendors say..........
"When we began our property search, it was important to find a detached home with elements of privacy, ample off road parking and for it be within walking distance of the golf course, seaside and coffee shops in town.
We looked at many properties in Hob Hill and The Fairway, however, we felt we would still need to use the car to access the amenities from town.
12 The Crescent ticked all the boxes for us, the property has been a great house for entertaining guests, accommodating family along with the garden producing all the fruit and vegetables we could ask for.........and more!
Due to the potential the property offers, we had originally pondered the idea to extend over the garage, however, as our priorities have changed, we have now decided to downsize.
We will miss our beautiful home, but we look forward to it becoming the family home once again it desires to be"
The property was previously a four bedroom home but has since been practically adapted to suite the current occupiers needs, having a master bedroom with spacious en-suite and two guest rooms served by a bathroom / WC.
Planning permission has now lapsed to include a dormer within a loft extension to create even more living space.
There is also potential (subject to the necessary approval) to extend above the garage.
Entrance is gained directly into the welcoming hallway with doors leading to the lounge, dining area, cloaks WC and stairs rising to the first floor.
The ground floor offers open plan living with a generous lounge / dining area and library.
The multi fuel burner with an attractive stone surround is the focal point of the room with a large window looking across the crescent.
The karndean flooring joins the areas together and flows towards to the lovely dining area inset within a spacious bow window overlooking the lovingly maintained garden.
A useful study / library completes the room having space for a workstation and library shelving.
The fully fitted kitchen has a range of matching wall and base units with space saving drawers complemented by granite work surfaces.
Built in appliances include a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, waste disposal, built in oven, microwave and warming drawer.
The breakfast bar incorporates an induction hob with chimney style extractor hood.
The light and airy garden room takes advantage of panoramic views of the garden and is a great room to entertain guests with open plan access to kitchen.
There is also a utility room, again, fitted with matching wall and base units with a single drainer stainless steel sink unit, gas combination boiler and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
A courtesy door leads into the garage.
The ground floor is served by a cloaks / WC, another useful room within the substantially proportioned home.
The first floor has three bedrooms, two of which are utilised as guest bedrooms with access to the family bathroom / WC and the master bedroom has a generously sized en-suite comprising of a low level WC, jacuzzi bath, shower cubicle and vanity unit with an inset wash hand basin.
The family bathroom comprises of a low level WC, panelled bath with a shower over and vanity unit with an inset wash hand basin.
Access to the extensive loft is gained via a pull down ladder from the landing.
The loft space stretches 8.5 metres across the property, is sound proofed and has two Velux windows allowing in ample daylight.
An extensive block paved drive at the front of the property allows off road parking for at least 2 vehicles.
Borders housing a variety of trees, shrubs and perennials give extra privacy and decorate the front of the property.
The south facing and enclosed rear garden is a true credit to the current vendors.
With decorative gravel providing a low maintenance base which is laden with a variety of fruit trees and shrubs providing colour throughout the seasons.
A selection of raised vegetable boxes allow space for cultivation of a kitchen garden.
The garden is completed with a brick barbecue area, greenhouse along with potting and storage sheds.
Vehicular access is gained via Marske Mill Lane with a remote controlled electric roller door.
There is power and light along with a window to the side aspect.
16' 2'' x 6' 2'' (4.92m x 1.88m)
Cloaks / WC
Dining area / study
23' 8'' x 12' 9'' (7.21m x 3.88m)
19' 0'' x 13' 0'' (5.79m x 3.96m)
12' 8'' x 9' 1'' (3.86m x 2.77m)
13' 8'' x 17' 9'' (4.16m x 5.41m)
13' 0'' x 6' 2'' (3.96m x 1.88m)
First floor landing
27' 8'' x 7' 9'' (8.43m x 2.36m)
11' 9'' x 10' 1'' (3.58m x 3.07m)
10' 0'' x 9' 0'' (3.05m x 2.74m)
13' 0'' x 10' 6'' (3.96m x 3.20m)
11' 1'' x 8' 2'' (3.38m x 2.49m)