Charming double fronted Grade II listed Georgian town house within walking distance of town centre
5 bedrooms - one en-suite
3 reception rooms
Kitchen / breakfast room
Separate shower room
Ground floor cloakroom
Lovely enclosed paved garden with workshop and potting sheds
Accommodation over three floors with many attractive period features
NO ONWARD CHAIN
A charming Grade II listed home located in the Conservation area and within walking distance of the town centre. Believed to date back to1760, this wonderful Georgian home boasts many attractive period features from this era with spacious rooms, high ceilings, large sash bay windows, and ornate fireplaces. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and comprises; entrance hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, inner lobby and cloakroom on the ground floor. The spacious first floor landing is also used as a study area and gives access to two double bedrooms. The secondary landing leads to a third double bedroom with en-suite shower room, and further separate shower room. The second floor landing has a front dormer and doors leading to the two attic bedrooms.
The garden is a lovely feature, wall enclosed and mainly paved with well stocked borders. There are two potting sheds, a brick built workshop and a smaller store.
The ever popular medieval Cinque Port town of Sandwich offers an excellent range of amenities including supermarket, shops, building society, post office, chemist, doctor and dentist surgeries, restaurants, public houses, choice of well-regarded schools and leisure facilities. The Princes Golf Club and Royal St Georges Golf Club are close by at Sandwich Bay. From Sandwich there are connecting train services to London (St Pancras) and Charing Cross, whilst the A299 Thanet Way facilitates rapid access to the M2 motorway. For channel crossings the port of Dover is about 13 miles and the Channel Tunnel terminal at Cheriton is about 22 miles distant.