BUILDING – Property for sale notice
Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn-by-the-Sea Gazette 10/03/1871
FREEHOLD MARINE RESIDENTS at REDCAR
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
At the “Swan Hotel,” in Redcar, on Saturday the
15th day of April, 1871, at three o’clock in the
MR. HENRY WATSON, AUCTIONEER;
MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE,
at Redcar, in the County of York, late the
residence of CHARLES CHRISTOPHER OXLEY, Esq,
with a garden behind the same, containing an
excellent greenhouse and fernery, and the out-
buildings adjoining thereto.
The Dwelling-house contains on the ground floor
Dining Room, Breakfast Room, Library, Butler’s
Pantry, Store Room,, Kitchen and Scullery, with
a Wash-house and Laundry attached. The first
floor contains a Drawing Room, Five Bedrooms,
Dressing Room, and Water Closet. The Attics are
roomy and excellent, and contain four Servants’
The Garden is upwards of 600 square yards in
extent and is situate on the South side of the
Dwelling-house, and contains an excellent Green-
house and Fernery.
The Outbuildings are at the back of the garden,
fronting into the Back Lane, and contain two stalls,
Stable, Coach House, Saddle Room, Cowl house, and
The Dwelling-house has an interrupted view of the Sea,
and his close to the site of the proposed Pier, the
construction of which has been sanctioned by
Board of Trade.
The whole Property is of Freehold Tenure, and
is in that part of the town of Redcar which is situate in
Parish of Upleatham.
The Property can be Viewed on application to
Mr John space Harrison, Draper, Redcar; and any
further particulars may be obtained of him, or of
Mr THOMAS RAWLING, Guisborough are at the offices
of T. T. & W. C. TREVOR, solicitors Guisborough
Guisborough, 13th March, 1871.
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