‘Streonshalh’ Slippery Hill, Staithes, Saltburn. TS135DQ.

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The gorgeous harbour village of Staithes sits within the North York Moors National Park and is famous for it’s cobbled streets, chocolate-box cottages and nostalgic history you will be truly captivated by its beauty making this a great place for living and indeed, holidaying.

Sitting at the top of Slippery Hill, nicely elevated from the High Street, this Semi-detached stone cottage enjoys views over the village and towards the picturesque harbour. In the heart of the village, the shops, local pubs and beach are literally just a stone’s throw away making this ideal holiday accommodation and perfect for investment or a charming getaway from it all bolt-hole.

The cottage has a wealth of charm and character, including beamed ceilings, original windows, exposed roof timbers, original doors and a cosy multi-fuel stove set within the exposed original brick fireplace, with the addition of full sea views from the Master Bedroom, three floors of accommodation with first floor stairs giving rear access which provides access to the lower part of “The Old Stubble Path”, providing a shorter route to the top of the bank than walking along the High Street. There are elevated roof top views from the rear, beautiful quirky original features and the absolute rarity of a fence enclosed separated front Garden with summerhouse (having power and lighting) and coal store, also with a recently added separate small side storage area having storage shed, and rear open Yard area – leading up to spectacular rooftop views.

Having previously had a solid fuel central heating system this property could easily become an ideal investment or escape from the busy city! The current owners have also updated some of the property to include; some part external re-pointing, newly fitted hot water cylinder, the original Yorkshire fireplace restored and a log burning stove fitted, a side ‘secret’ arched timber store to the side yard area, the property is however, still in need of a slight sympathetic upgrade, however given its locality, garden and storage areas and demand, we anticipate it won’t be around for long …

Staithes is an ever popular seaside village located in the Scarborough borough of North Yorkshire. Once one of the largest fishing ports in the North East of England. With its beloved coastal walks and sandy beach, this little hidden gem has many places to explore. Home to the local RNLI lifeboat and some truly breath-taking scenery, Staithes is a ‘must see’ for anyone visiting the area and a delightful place to call home.

An early viewing is essential as properties in this area are extremely sought after and not on the market for long.

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The gorgeous harbour village of Staithes sits within the North York Moors National Park and is famous for it's cobbled streets, chocolate-box cottages and nostalgic history you will be truly captivated by its beauty making this a great place for living and indeed, holidaying.

Sitting at the top of Slippery Hill, nicely elevated from the High Street, this Semi-detached stone cottage enjoys views over the village and towards the picturesque harbour. In the heart of the village, the shops, local pubs and beach are literally just a stone's throw away making this ideal holiday accommodation and perfect for investment or a charming getaway from it all bolt-hole.

The cottage has a wealth of charm and character, including beamed ceilings, original windows, exposed roof timbers, original doors and a cosy multi-fuel stove set within the exposed original brick fireplace, with the addition of full sea views from the Master Bedroom, three floors of accommodation with first floor stairs giving rear access which provides access to the lower part of "The Old Stubble Path", providing a shorter route to the top of the bank than walking along the High Street. There are elevated roof top views from the rear, beautiful quirky original features and the absolute rarity of a fence enclosed separated front Garden with summerhouse (having power and lighting) and coal store, also with a recently added separate small side storage area having storage shed, and rear open Yard area - leading up to spectacular rooftop views.

Having previously had a solid fuel central heating system this property could easily become an ideal investment or escape from the busy city! The current owners have also updated some of the property to include; some part external re-pointing, newly fitted hot water cylinder, the original Yorkshire fireplace restored and a log burning stove fitted, a side 'secret' arched timber store to the side yard area, the property is however, still in need of a slight sympathetic upgrade, however given its locality, garden and storage areas and demand, we anticipate it won't be around for long ...

Staithes is an ever popular seaside village located in the Scarborough borough of North Yorkshire. Once one of the largest fishing ports in the North East of England. With its beloved coastal walks and sandy beach, this little hidden gem has many places to explore. Home to the local RNLI lifeboat and some truly breath-taking scenery, Staithes is a 'must see' for anyone visiting the area and a delightful place to call home.

An early viewing is essential as properties in this area are extremely sought after and not on the market for long.


ACCOMMODATION

Entrance
Approached from Slippery Hill via a traditional timber front door, opening into:-

Entrance Vestibule
With tiled floor, meter cupboard and fuse board, glazed inner door opening into...

Living Room: 12'0 x 11'6
The living room has a window to the front aspect and exposed brick feature original fireplace with a recently installed cast iron stove with a back boiler which is connected to the central heating radiators and hot water system. This room has television and telephone points, access too kitchen, staircase to the first floor rises from here with a substantial cupboard beneath and side storage/utility area.

Kitchen 7'3" max x 5'11"
This small, yet functional kitchen has a window to the side aspect, tiled floor and part tiled walls, gas cooker (lpg gas connected), stainless steel sink unit with plumbing for washer, space for refrigerator.

FIRST FLOOR

The staircase from the living room rises to a half landing where the staircase splits. The stairs to the rear leads to a back door which provides access to the lower part of "The Old Stubble Path", providing a shorter route to the top of the bank than walking along the High Street.

To the front lies the main landing. This provides a staircase to the second floor Attic room and a beamed ceiling. From here doors lead to...

Bedroom 1 11'8 x 9'8 plus 4'7 x 2'8
The main bedroom has a window to the front aspect, exposed floorboards, radiator. There is a beamed ceiling, telephone point and an attractive period cast iron fireplace with a stone hearth and marble surrounding the mantel.

Bathroom/wc
Window to the side aspect, part tiled walls and radiator, built-in airing cupboard with lagged hot water tank and immersion heater, beamed ceiling and a white suite comprising a wc with a low level cistern, pedestal wash hand basin and a panelled bath with electric shower over.

SECOND FLOOR

Attic bedroom: 19'7 x 12'7 overall
The attic room has a window to the front aspect with a lovely view over the rooftops to the harbour, North Sea and Staithes Nab, there is an additional window to the side, 2 radiators and some attractive exposed roof timbers.

EXTERNALLY

Garden
Set on the path up Slippery Hill, approximately 10 yards from the front door, is a level, fence enclosed front garden area approximately 16'0 x 15'0. This has flower beds to the sides, planting, timber summerhouse (with power and lighting) a coal bunker and provides an ideal place for a table and chairs for an evening barbeque or a morning coffee.

Side Storage
Via small gate with pathway, side storage access to timber door and storage.


To sum it up ...
Streonshalh really is a splendid and rare chance to acquire a fine holiday bolthole particularly well suited for the investor and viewing comes highly recommended.

Directions:
As you arrive into Staithes, after the traffic lights on the A174, head down the hill into the historic lower section of the village. You are best off parking in the bank top car park and walking down the bank. On route to the bottom continue along the cobbled high street following the road round to the right of the gallery. Walk past the butchers and past 'Salmon Cottage'. Just beyond this is a set of steps off to the right with a sign on the house gable end saying Slippery Hill. Turn right here and follow the path up the steps. The garden for Streonshalh is on your left hand side and Streonshalh itself is the first of the 2 tall, narrow brick semi's in front of you.


EXTRAS: All fitted carpets as described are to be included in the sale.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS: Strictly by Appointment with the Sole Agent.

TENURE: Leasehold

SERVICES: Mains water and electricity are connected. None of these services have been tested by the Agent.

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.

COUNCIL TAX ASSESSMENT: We are advised that the property is a Band B

EPC: Please ask at our branch for a copy.

AGENTS NOTES: The photographs and information regarding this property is the copyright of Leapfrog Lettings & Sales. All measurements are approximate and have been taken using a laser tape measure therefore, may be subject to a small margin of error.




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