Marine Parade
Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire

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“An elegant retreat above the dramatic beaches of Saltburn-by-the-Sea”

Views over the bay and beaches below are perfectly framed by the towering sash windows of this exquisite one-bedroom apartment in Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Thoughtful details create moments of joyful tactility in every airy room. The town’s cafes, pubs and vast shoreline are all a short walk away.

The Tour

The flat sits within one of the grand terraced houses commissioned by the town’s founder Henry Pease; the original titles are beautifully displayed in the lofty entrance hallway. Set back from the street by intricate wrought iron railings and grand stone steps, the façade has light brickwork and stucco courses that define its deep bay windows.

The flat sits on the second floor, lending it far-reaching views across the cliff path and out across the bay. A central hallway connects the main living spaces.

Dramatic views of the sandy beaches and cliffs form an everchanging backdrop in the living room. A triple bay window frames the view and draws in a wonderful light that plays across the fresh white walls and engineered oak floors. The old fireplace centres the room, with shelves fitted in the alcoves on either side.

The kitchen and dining area sits at the back of the plan. Clean-lined cabinetry is topped with wooden worktops. This is a generously sized room with plenty of space for multiple seating areas. The large window overlooks the intricate roofscape of the town’s terraced houses.

The bedroom also sits at the front of the plan. Built-in wardrobes bookend the old chimney breast. A nook at the back of the room houses a roll-top bath with an exceptional view.

The main bathroom is off the hallway with a walk-in shower and beautiful glazed tiles that refract light around the space.

The Area

The seaside resort of Saltburn-by-Sea was founded by 19th-century industrialist Henry Pease.  The town has many wonderful examples of grand Victorian civic architecture at the station, the Zetland Hotel, and the beautiful Cliff Lift funicular which still runs from the tops down to the pier.

Among these thoughtfully laid out streets are a collection of cosy cafés, bars and restaurants. Local favourites include The Sitting Room, which does an exceptional line in special hot chocolates, Scoundrels coffee shop, The Guns Bar and Rapps Café.

The beach itself is a popular surf spot with its wide sandy stretches partially sheltered by the bay. Along the front are cafés and concessions dotted amongst the colourful beach huts, including wonderful seafood restaurant The Seaview. It is a perfect starting point for exploring this dramatic stretch of coast which stretches along the Cleveland Way, a long-distance footpath that runs for 109 miles along the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Coast.

The charming towns of Staithes and Whitby are also a short drive away.

Tenure: Share of Freehold
Lease Length Remaining: approx. 998 years remaining
Service Charge: approx. £1,200 per annum
Council Tax Band: A

Please note that all areas, measurements and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. The text, photographs and floor plans are for general guidance only. The Modern House has not tested any services, appliances or specific fittings — prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor.

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