This is one of the oldest historic period houses on the east coast dating back to the 14th century and formerly a public house located in the old town just one block away from Scarborough harbour. Very carefully restored under the eye of English Heritage yet retains a remarkable amount of architectural detail from various periods through its life with Grade II* listing.
The property is arranged over four floors compromising :
Basement = Living / Dining rooms, utility room
Ground Floor = Sitting Room – Bar / Snug rooms, small yard.
First Floor = Bedrooms one en-suite bathroom, further shower room.
Second Floor = Bedroom with separate WC
The property has two entrances one from the north and one from the south. The North entrance is now used as the front entrance with a solid painted panelled door with architrave and architrave surround and rectangular fanlight overhead leading to entrance hall with stairs down to the dinning kitchen. The South door which is now used as the back entrance with double glazed opening with the letter box and access to the small paved yard.
Fire alarms on all floors.
For general info about Scarborough North Yorkshire check out Wikipedia.
This house was renovated and is owned by Ken and Angie Wood