Hebblethwaite House in Bridlington Old Town
Hebblethwaite House in Bridlington's Old Town is available for offers of £300,000 - but it needs considerable restoration. These photos show what you could get for your money.
It became a bank in 1802 until 2012, when the HSBC branch in Bridlington Old Town closed. This Grade 2 * listing building was build in around 1670, commissioned by the Hebblethwaite family as their family residence. It now awaits a sympathetic buyer to restore or develop the property (subject to the relevant permissions being granted). Built over three storeys, the property retains many stunning features including the oak panelled walls and a highly ornate ceiling in the former bank area. To the rear there is a walled courtyard with coach house, stables and ample parking. It is a fascinating property, full of history and just waiting for the right person to restore it to its former glory. The building is located in the historic Old Town, with its interesting architecture, galleries, shops, cafes and tea rooms. The property is on the market with Harris Shields Collection in Bridlington for 300,000. Vicki Slack from Harris Shields said: "It still stands reasonably well externally, internally there are some amazing features." The agents say the building needs 'sympathetic restoration'. The building is found at the junction of High Street, Westgate and Market Place. The building is in the area which appeared in the Dad's Army film in 2015. See more pictures on the Harris Shields website