The Zetland, a stunning grade II listed building, without doubt, one of Saltburn’s most prominent & finest landmarks.
Believed to be one of the world’s first purpose built railway hotels with its own private platform, The Stockton and Darlington Railway Company constructed The Zetland Hotel in 1863 to a lavish scale in order to attract a wealthy class of clientele.
By the early 1970s the number of visitors to the town had dropped. Many hotels struggled to survive and were forced to close. Eventually, the Zetland Hotel closed in 1983 and was converted and revived into luxury apartments in 1989.
The station platform, canopy and railway buffer and many other original features can still be seen. The building is now known simply as 'The Zetland’.
With stunning views across Huntcliffe and easy access to all local amenities, The Zetland is a highly desirable location to call ‘home’.
Proving popular with executive couples, offering an idyllic lifestyle beside the seaside along with a rich and varied range of amenities, leisure facilities, transport links and local attractions the apartments have become even more sought after in recent years.
Marine Parade consists 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 parade has 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.
Behind the parade, Milton Street has become a hub of the community with its popular bars, restaurants and other favoured eateries.
Below the parade, 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.
Entrance can either be gained via the main front doors or via the rear door situated very close to the allocated parking space.
Built in airing cupboard.
20' 6'' x 17' 1'' (6.24m x 5.20m)
Spacious bow window with stunning views to Huntliff.
Window into the lounge allowing natural light.
Fully fitted with a range of matching wall and base units incorporating roll top work surfaces, single drainer sink unit with tiled splash backs and a mixer tap.
Built in electric oven and hob.
Plumbing for an automatic washing machine.
Tiled effect flooring.
9' 4'' x 16' 3'' (2.84m x 4.95m)
Window to the side aspect.
11' 2'' x 7' 1'' (3.40m x 2.16m)
Window to the side aspect.
Built in shelving.
Shower room / WC
Modern three piece suite comprising of a low level WC, inset wash hand basin and a glazed shower cu