Attic and cellar may make this a seller

Scarborough, known as the original seaside resort has been packing them in for over 400 years – long before its rivals were made popular by wealthy Georgians in the 1800’s.

The town with its historic castle dates back 2500 years and so this pretty mid-Victorian town house seems thoroughly modern compared. 

Built around the 1860’s this 4 floor home has a large basement, 4 bedrooms topped with a quaint attic room. 

And despite modern essentials added recently, such as central heating and modern kitchen and bathroom, the original owners some 150 years ago would still recognise the original layout, fireplaces, windows and wooden floors.

The resort of Scarborough itself still retains much of its original seaside charm and this home is located just a short walk from the coast and harbour as well as some more modern luxuries such as a host of restaurants and pubs nearby.

Whether this is a holiday home, buy to let or main residence remains to be seen, the property is up for auction on 13th September with a guide of £60,000.

The auction listing can be found on

Jonathan Rolande

Jonathan Rolande

Jonathan Rolande began in the property industry in 1987 and has extensive knowledge of the property buying sector. Jonathan is also an avid supporter of greater regulation in the industry. Founding the National Association of Property Buyers to offer essential information to property sellers.