Brackencliffe is a magnificent grade II listed tudor style residence located in the beautiful South Cliff area. We are pleased to offer for sale a spacious three bedroom duplex apartment with amazing sea views and set within stunning landscaped gardens.
- Dating back to 1905 Brackencliffe is a stunning grade II listed mansion in the arts and crafts Tudor style that was designed by Walter H. Brierley for a W Glainsby and occupies a magnificent imposing position exuding charm and character situated off the much sought after Esplanade Crescent. Within this beautiful building we are proud to offer this spacious well presented three double bedroom duplex apartment. The accommodation comprises; communal entrance hall to private oak door, stairs to first floor. Sitting room with living flame gas fire and marble hearth, leaded glass window with views across to Scarborough Castle and South Bay. Quality fitted kitchen/dining room with integrated appliances, bathroom with large double shower and Mira electric shower. Stairway to second floor, master bedroom with stunning sea/bay views and en-suite w c and two further double bedrooms. In the cellar there is extra storage also Outside there is a detached garage and wonderful landscaped communal gardens. This is a freehold apartment with a maintenance charge of £1,100 per annum. Holiday lets are not permitted. Viewing is strictly via appointment with Harris Shields Collection
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Stamp Duty Due
Based on a sale price of £220,500 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be: