Arguably one of the most unusual and interesting properties to grace the market in Scarborough for quite a while. A former Chapel with Vicarage adjoining built in 1901 designed by the renowned architect Frank Tugwell who will be remembered for the Futurist Theatre, The Savoy Theatre in London and Theatre Royal in York
- Possibly one of the most intriguing and unusual properties to come to the Scarborough property market and acquired by the current custodians in 1993 is this former Vicarage and Chapel built in 1901 and designed by the renowned Architect Frank Tugwell who was also responsible for the Futurist Theatre, Savoy Theatre in London and Theatre Royal in York. The property is not listed however is situated within a conservation area. The vicarage is now a family home spread over three floors with four bedrooms three reception rooms. To the outside are private enclosed gardens with patio areas and peaceful views over Manor Road Cemetery. The Chapel does adjoin the Vicarage and is also spread currently over 4 floors and could suit many uses subject to planning permission such as offices, light industry, house or apartments. The chapel has vehicular access and driveway however There is a right of access across the drive to the Cemetery. In our opinion a truly unique and characterful property with endless possibilities to extend/change.
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