- FEATURED IN THE TELEVISON PROGRAMME THE ROYAL
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- SEA AND CASTLE VIEWS
- SPACIOUS FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT
- HIGHLY DESIRED LOCATION
- EPC RATING: C
***HUNTERS EXCLUSIVE ARE PROUD TO BRING TO THE MARKET THIS CHARMING GRADE 2 LISTED FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT SITUATED IN A PRIME POSITION ON THE ESPLANADE LOCATED TO THE SOUTH OF SCARBOROUGH OFFERING TWO BEDROOMS, OUTSTANDING SEA AND CASTLE VIEWS, GARAGE AND CENTRAL HEATING. THIS IMPRESSIVE BUILDING WAS BUILT IN 1905 AND USED AS A HOLIDAY HOME UNTIL IT WAS CONVERTED INTO SPACIOUS SEA VIEW APARTMENTS AND HAS ALSO FEATURED IN THE WELL KNOWN TELEVISION PROGRAMME THE ROYAL***
Upon entering this prominent building through the Ornamental wrought iron gates you are presented with a pleasant communal courtyard outside. The arched main entrance faces north where 5 tall Edwardian stained-glass windows shelter the private inner garden and its loggia, the walled garden has a covered patio between Greek columns and a raised flowerbed.The luxury living accommodation situated on the first floor of the block comprises: entrance hall, spacious bay fronted lounge, dining room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, family bathroom and separate shower room and WC. The block also provides a lovely communal conservatory seating area and well maintained communal gardens.
Red Court is set in a highly sought after location on the south side of Scarborough which offers a wealth of local attractions and amenities including Scarborough's South bay, the Spa complex, Scarborough's Town Centre and a wide range and choice of eating and drinking establishments. Along the coast is the exciting North Bay beach, the restored open air theatre which hosts performances by headline rock and opera stars in the summer months, the miniature railway and, most recently, the £14 million Alpamare Waterpark providing a great destination to discover and explore all that the historic sea side town has to offer.
In 1905 Red Court was bought by Scarborough's most celebrated resident Alfred Shuttleworth who later went on to present the town with the imposing South Cliff clocktower to celebrate the coronation of King George V. Shuttleworth took a great interest in the care of the town's beauty spots donating the winged Mercury and seats in the Italian gardens. Built of mellowed orange brick, the former mansion has a variety of architectural styles ranging from Elizabethan to Edwardian.
A truly unique property perfect for a full-time residence or for a peaceful getaway holiday home! To fully appreciate this exclusive home, an internal inspection is highly recommended.
7.03m (23' 1") (max) x 5.13m (16' 10")
Bay window to the front aspect with sea and castle views, coving, radiator, feature fireplace and power points.
5.64m (18' 6") x 2.54m (8' 4")
Window to the front aspect with sea and castle views, coving, radiator and power points. ( could be converted into a bedroom )
3.71m (12' 2") x 3.56m (11' 8")
Two windows to the rear aspect, tiled floor, tiled splash back, radiator, range of wall and base units with roll top work surfaces, sink and drainer unit, plumbed for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, electric oven and hob, extractor hood and power points.
6.49m (21' 4") x 3.88m (12' 9")
Window to the front aspect with sea and castle views, radiator and power points.
5.64m (18' 6") x 2.90m (9' 6")
Bay window to the rear aspect, radiator and power points.
6.68m (21' 11") x 3.58m (11' 9")
Window to the rear aspect, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, three piece suite comprising panel enclosed bath with taps, low flush WC and wash hand basin with pedestal.
3.56m (11' 8") x 1.70m (5' 7")
Window to the rear aspect, radiator and shower cubicle with shower attachment.
Low flush WC.