- Deceptive Terraced House
- Four Bedrooms
- Large Lounge measuring 13'6' 'x 11'11''
- Basement Level
- Dining Area measuring 9'10''x10'8
- Immaculate Rear Garden
- Modern Bathroom
Property SummaryForming part of an orderly post war terrace is this deceptive bay fronted house. This unique block of 8 houses was built by the Belgians in gratitude for the hospitality given to them during the war.
Forming part of an orderly post war terrace is this deceptive bay fronted house. This unique block of 8 houses was built by the Belgians in gratitude for the hospitality given to them during the war. Set in a favoured residential area, this property boasts character and ample accommodation across three floors with an additional basement measuring 10'7''x15'11''. The large airy lounge with a feature fireplace and stone surround leads to the dining area which provides additional living space on the ground level, measuring 9'10''x10'8''. The fully fitted kitchen incorporates a range of units and a built in oven, also allowing enough utility space. Access to the rear garden is located to the side of the house and has been fantastically maintained.
The first floor consists of three well proportioned bedrooms all enjoying built in wardrobes measuring 11'3''x10'10'', 10'10''x10'8'' and 14'2''x16'1''. The three piece modern bathroom is found across the landing. The eaves and another double bedroom make up the second floor.
Within close proximity to the centre of Dover with local amenities and mainline train station located nearby, this property will be suited to families and in particular those who commute to the city regularly. There are also several primary and secondary schools situated around the town and excellent transport links. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is just a short drive away and is accessible via A2.
An internal viewing is highly recommended through Thomas & Partners.