See inside the 1874 four-storey home on Hartlepool's Headland with beautiful sea views

This house offers uninterrupted sea views and has unique history.

Friday, 16th July 2021, 6:07 pm
The house was built in 1874 by Edward Backhouse. Photo: Rightmove

Located on Hartlepool’s historic Headland, the six-bedroomed coastal house boasts a music room and has preserved many of its original Victorian features.

The house was built in 1874 by Edward Backhouse for his son James, who went on to marry Mary Barclay, bringing together two of the nation's most significant banking families of the time.

The property is currently on the market for £380,000. Let’s take a look inside.

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The home is situated right on the coast.
The entrance hall is full of character.
Apart from spectacular sea views, the lounge also offers large marble fireplace with gas fire.
The large dining room has kept its original Victorian features.
The spacious kitchen has several integrated appliances.
The study area on the first floor is also overlooking the sea.
One of six bedrooms in the home.
Several rooms in the home have preserved their original coved ceiling.
The home has three bathrooms, including an en suite.
The cosy cinema room is perfect for the long winter nights.
The kitchen features a five cylinder gas hob, double electric oven and integrated microwave.