An impressive penthouse apartment in this landmark building with uninterrupted sea views.
Red Court is an impressive Grade II listed building built around 1905 as a summer residence for Alfred Shuttleworth, chairman of Clayton & Shuttleworth Ltd, subsequently converted into very spacious luxury Sea View apartments. The building was more recently portrayed in the ITV Series 'The Royal' as St.Aidan's Royal Free Hospital.
Apartment 6 is on the second floor accessed via the original entrance hall and communal conservatory up a wide, shallow tread communal staircase. The apartment provides spacious and well presented accommodation, the living and dining room has an inviting central picture window which offers exceptional views across the neighbouring Shuttleworth gardens and Clock tower towards Scarborough Bay.
Little has changed in terms of the original architecture, many of the distinctive external period features having been retained and restored as part of the listing, a theme which continues throughout the communal areas. The apartment was comprehensively refurbished some years ago and remains in very good order.
The property surrounds an attractive private central courtyard garden and conservatory for communal enjoyment, adjacent to which is a large cobbled and gated stable yard, notably used as a filming location for a popular television drama. There is off street parking to the side and rear.
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An exceptional apartment in a landmark building with some of the best views in the areaEd Stoyle