Fairleigh is an impressive period semi-detached property, well located close to the centre of Whitby.
Ideally located for touring the North York Moors National Park and the Heritage Coast, it is perfect for a superb family holiday, being just a short stroll to the centre of this popular seaside resort.
Set over three floors, it has been beautifully and tastefully renovated to a high standard, whilst retaining many original features and traditional charm.
The ground floor features a modern well-equipped kitchen and a separate dining room with a large wall-mounted TV, where families can gather and enjoy a home-cooked meal.
The cosy and comfortable sitting room has a warming electric fireplace with a wooden mantle piece and a large bay window throwing in plenty of light.
Also handy cloakroom and utility just through the kitchen, where the dishwasher and the washing machine and the tumble dryer are as well as being able to hang your coats and all your shoes and boots here too and then shut the door on them so they are not in use, then a toilet and basin in the boiler room beyond completes the ground floor.
The four spacious bedrooms, all with wall-mounted TVs are set over the two upper floors, three of them with en-suite shower rooms and one with an additional sofa bed, offering flexibility in sleeping arrangements.
Two of the bedrooms have far reaching views to the distant hills.
The contemporary family bathroom is situated on the half landing and has a lovely deep freestanding bath and a walk-in shower.
At the front of the house is an enclosed patio where you can enjoy a morning coffee before heading off for the day, while there is off-road parking for one car at the back, a rare find in Whitby.
A ten-minute walk down Prospect Hill brings you into the hustle and bustle of this historic town, with its narrow streets and alleyways to explore, the cobbled market square and abundance of independent shops.
Partake in a scrumptious afternoon tea in the numerous quaint tea rooms, enjoy cocktails overlooking the harbour and not to be missed are the renowned fish and chips.
Whitby boasts safe sandy beaches, coastal cruises and an attractive harbour.
Climb the 199 steps up to the famous Whitby Abbey, where you can join the Cleveland Way for an invigorating cliff top walk, sure to blow the cobwebs away.
For the more adventurous, book an evening ghost walk, sure to be a big hit with everyone!
With the stunning scenery of the moors to explore and the rugged coastline to discover, this charming property makes a wonderful base for families and friends throughout the year.