A superb, ground floor apartment, located in a small, luxury development of four, at the top of Runswick Bay, one of the prettiest and most unspoilt villages on the east coast.
This spacious, modern property has been decorated and furnished to a very high standard to provide comfortable, light and airy accommodation.
The property has three bedrooms, a family bathroom, a well-equipped kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area and French doors leading to the shared garden.
The garden is lovely, enclosed and lawned, with garden furniture and a barbecue making it perfect for alfresco dining!
The sandy beach of Runswick Bay, with its many caves and rock pools, is a five-minute walk away and is excellent for fossil hunting and shell collecting.
Why not explore the village’s cobbled, narrow alleys with quaint and quirky cottages nestling into the cliffs, or alternatively, take a bracing cliff-top walk?
With the spectacular North York Moors to explore and the bustling seaside town of Whitby within easy reach, this property has something for everyone.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Staithes 2 miles; Whitby 9 miles; Saltburn-by-the-Sea 10 miles.
Runswick Bay, with its narrow cobbled streets and quaint cottages, is one of the gems of the East Coast. This picturesque old fishing village, situated 9 miles from Whitby, nestles in a small bay, backed by spectacular cliffs and moorland scenery. The village is unspoilt and uncommercialised, with cars restricted from the village, making it the perfect place to relax and unwind. Holidaymakers will enjoy exploring the cobbled, twisting alleyways, the lovely sandy beach - well known for fossil hunting - and the cliff-top walks, including the Cleveland Way. The village houses three local inns, all serving food, and one tea room, whilst nearby Hinderwell provides a village shop. There is much to do in the local area, whether it's visiting seaside towns such as Whitby, with its famous Abbey, or touring the dramatic North York Moors.