Rosebank House, Stepney Road, Scarborough


Rosebank House, Stepney Road, Scarborough

  • Ref: ESL1001290
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Impressive 4 Bedroom Detached Family Home
  • 1930's Period Features
  • Detached Garage with Loft Space
  • Modern Kitchen/Diner
  • Multiple Reception Rooms
  • Large Enclosed Garden

Property Summary


This substantial and delightfully modern four-bedroom family home boasts an impressive kitchen/diner, well-appointed utility room and downstairs WC. The property has been sympathetically modernised to a high standard, whilst retaining its art deco features and 1930's heritage.
In addition, this impressive property benefits from a master bedroom with its own en-suite shower, spacious rear garden, detached single garage, ample off-street parking for a number of vehicles and timber decking incorporating ornamental ponds.



The main entry to the property is via blue-painted double doors which open onto a glazed porch with a tiled floor, another set of decorative double doors from here opening onto an impressive and traditional, panelled, period-style reception hall with a parquet floor.
A door immediately to the left leads through to the sitting room and another to the right opening onto the study. The space is also heated by a double-panel wall-mounted radiator and equipped with power sockets and a phone connection.
There are doors to under-stairs storage spaces ideal for outdoor coats and shoes while more internal, stained-glass double doors ahead allow access to the impressive kitchen/diner.

17’ 9” (5.40m) x 13’ 8” (4.17m)

An abundance of natural light can be found throughout this home, with the sitting room being no exception. A seven-panel bay window overlooks the front of the property and is currently equipped with folding blinds.
Warmth is provided by a wall-mounted radiator but the room also benefits from a charming and traditional, Victorian-style feature fireplace, including a cast-iron grate framed by a decorative surround and mantle, with fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted flat-screen TV above.
The walls and ceiling are decorated in soft neutral colours, while the floor is solid oak . Light after dark currently provided by a ceiling-mounted, chandelier-style light fitting. The chimney breast is bracketed by integral shelving and storage cupboards either side, the shelving alcoves painted turquoise to add a splash of colour to complement the window blinds.

18’ 0” (5.48m) x 15’ 3” (4.66m)

Although a slightly darker hue, the décor in the study opposite the sitting room is similar, with a five-panel bay window and warm wooden floors also repeated in the room which includes its own Ethernet connection.
A recessed alcove incorporates twin, single-panel casement windows overlooking the side of the house and bracketing another feature fireplace with a cast-iron grate within a bronze-effect frame. A white mantle above incorporates some display shelving while above are fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted, flat-screen TV.
Another chandelier-style, ceiling-mounted light fitting offers light after dark, complemented by wall-mounted uplighters.

35’ 7” (10.84m) x 16’ 6” (5.03m)

This is the room where the property’s stunning and modern interior design is perhaps most evident.
The kitchen/diner benefits from a ceramic glazed tile floor throughout, whilst underfloor heating has also been installed for added comfort. The dining area is large enough to comfortably accommodate a family-sized table and chairs adjacent to double external doors opening onto the decked patio at the rear of the house.
The room incorporates fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted TV, while UPVC double glazed windows either side overlook the drive at the side of the home allowing for more natural light. Blue edging to match the wall also draws the eye to a suspended ceiling equipped with aluminium, dome light fittings above the dining space - supplemented by recessed LED spotlights.

In addition to underfloor heating, the area is heated by wall-mounted vertical radiators adjacent to a large central kitchen island which is fully equipped with power and internet connections, ideal as a place to work or study and as a cooking and preparation area. The island incorporates a ceramic hob beneath an extractor descending from a second, blue-edged suspended ceiling, which is also equipped with more recessed LED spotlights and aluminium-effect suspended dome lighting.

Ample storage around the room is offered by grey, gloss-finish, soft-closing base and wall units which also incorporate twin, eye-level electric ovens, an integral microwave oven, a wine rack and chiller cabinet.
The L-shaped quartz worktops sit beneath a three-panel UPVC double glazed window overlooking the gardens, and include an under-mounted sink and drainer below a chrome mixer tap and rinser. The kitchen space also includes a second set of double doors opening onto the decked patio while an archway adjacent leads through to the downstairs WC and utility room.

14’ 7” (4.45m) x 10’ 10” (3.31m)

Currently decorated a soft apricot colours, the room includes a tiled floor and is equipped with a Belfast sink, worktops in white either side below a retractable, ceiling-mounted drying rack. There’s also space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier while three-panel casement windows overlook the rear garden.
The room also benefits from a wall-mounted radiator while the downstairs loo adjacent includes a tiled floor similar to the kitchen, a drop-in sink within a drawered vanity unit and dual-flush toilet with a concealed cistern above. The utility room also has access to its own loft space.

16’ 2” (4.94m) x 13’ 11” (4.24m)
En suite: 8’ 9” (2.66m) x 4’ 0” (1.21m)

The spacious master bedroom is carpeted and currently includes a feature wall papered with a bird print design. Again, plenty of natural light is allowed by a substantial bay window overlooking the front of the house with warmth provided by a wall-mounted radiator.
The adjoining en-suite facility benefits from further underfloor heating and is fully-tiled, also boasting a recessed shower cubicle with sliding glass doors, drop-in hand basin within a drawered vanity unit, a dual-flush WC and a modern wall-mounted vertical radiator.

15’ 6” (4.72m) x 13’ 4” (4.06m)

Currently decorated in a delicate rose colour, Bedroom 2 is also carpeted and enjoys plenty of natural light through a large bay window, which also overlooks the front of the house.
The room is also equipped with triple, double-doored integral wardrobes with warm in winter provided by a wall-mounted radiator.

12’ 10” (3.91m) x 9’ 7” (2.93m)

Decorated in neutral colours, Bedroom 3 overlooks the rear garden through three-panel casement windows below a wall-mounted radiator. The room is carpeted with light fittings surrounded by a classic ceiling rose. Loft access can also be gained from this bedroom.

10’ 1” (3.08m) x 8’ 11” (2.73m)

Although it’s the smallest of the four bedrooms, Bedroom 4 is still large enough to accommodate a double bed if required and includes a double-pane casement window overlooking the rear garden.
A wall-mounted radiator beneath offers warmth in winter while the room is carpeted and currently decorated with a paper including a humming bird and flower design.

13’ 5” (4.10m) x 9’ 9” (2.96m)

The substantial family bathroom includes an off-set tiled floor benefiting from underfloor heating, matched by the tiling on the screen around a large, double, rainfall shower with hand attachments, adjacent to a mosaic-tiled seat which itself is set next to the dual flush WC.
There is also a large bath with centrally-mounted mixer taps and a tiled surround, while the tiled washstand opposite includes a white, ceramic console hand basin. Overhead lighting is provided by recessed LED spotlights.

Single garage: 19’ 10” (6.04m) x 11’ 11” (3.64m)

The property sits well back from the road, fronted by a stone wall and ornamental conifers separating the gardens from the pavement, a drive on the right leading along the side of the house to the detached, brick-built single garage which benefits from automatic doors and loft access..
There is also a separate tarmac path on the left-hand side of the front garden, leading to a crazy-paved area along the front façade, separated from the lawns by a brick-built sleeper wall. Flower beds are well stocked with established shrubs and flowers.

The spacious rear garden can be accessed via the drive and includes a lawn surrounded by established green borders and planted with saplings. A rockery is overlooked by the windows from the utility room while the double doors from the kitchen and dining area open onto a lovely, decked patio incorporating ornamental ponds, a sunny seating area and a wrought-Iron flower arch leading down to the lawn.

Additional features include external power points surrounding the property, some discreet external lighting, two external water taps and a timber shed. A CCTV system, burglar alarm and security lighting has also been installed around the property


The property is on the western outskirts of one of the Yorkshire’s premier seaside resorts within easy reach of open countryside but within a mile and half of the famous South Bay in the shadow of the castle.
Amenities within easy reach include the Scarborough Sixth Form College, The Graham Secondary School and St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School, while buses stopping on Stepney Road and Sandybed Lane offer connections to the town centre.
The Sandybed convenience store is within 700m of the property although a much larger Sainsbury’s store is just over a mile away, incorporating its own filling station, café and pharmacy.

Scarborough Station is just a little further offering regular and direct Northern and Transpennine Express services to Sheffield, York, Hull and Liverpool Lime Street.
However, the town offers everything you would expect from a seaside town, including long sandy beaches, a working fishing harbour, seafront recreational opportunities including a fun fair, amusement arcades and pleasure cruises.
The town is also home to most high street brands and a host of restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, pubs and bars as well as a number of parks and gardens.


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.

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Utility Room

Downstairs WC

Reception Hallway

Sitting Room

Sitting Room

Sitting Room

Sitting Room

Living Room

Living Room


Master Bedroom


Bedroom 2

Bedroom 3

Bedroom 4

House Bathroom

House Bathroom

Frontal View

Frontal View - Spring

Rear View




Garden Patio



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