- Grade II Listed Period Property
- Sea Views
- Six Double Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Many Original Features
- Walking Distance To Town And Station
Property SummaryGrosvenor House is a Grade II listed Georgian property situated just a few steps from the seafront of Herne Bay. This spacious family home boasts six bedrooms and three reception rooms set over three floors.
Grosvenor House is a Grade II listed Georgian property situated just a few steps from the seafront of Herne Bay. Reported to be among one of the first houses to be built in the town and set in a conservation area, the property boasts many original features as well as high ceilings, bow windows and well proportioned rooms.
With six bedrooms and three reception rooms set over three floors, this spacious family home could, with consent also lend itself as a Bed & Breakfast or boutique hotel.
Internally you will find a central hallway with an attractive staircase leading to all floors. On the ground floor there are two reception rooms to the front of the property, currently being used as a dining room and reading room. Both have original bow windows and high ceilings with the dining room also featuring an original fireplace. The third of the three reception rooms is situated at the rear of the property with French doors leading to the well kept rear garden and also boasting original features such as the fireplace. The kitchen has a range of hand painted wooden units with wooden worktops over, wall units with glazed doors and open plate racks. Additionally there is an ornate fireplace, larder cupboard, access door from the kitchen to the dining room and beautiful sash window overlooking the rear garden. A cloakroom is situated at the rear of the property, with plumbing for a washing machine.
To the first floor you will find three double bedrooms, all tastefully decorated and all featuring original fireplaces. Both bedrooms to the front of the property boast sea views. A spacious and well equipped family bathroom with a four piece suite featuring a freestanding rolled top bath with clawed feet, wash hand basin, bidet and W/c with high level cistern. A further cloakroom can also be found on this floor.
To the second floor you will find a further three bedrooms, all doubles and all decorated to the same high standard you will find throughout. An attractive shower room with walk in shower, low level W/c, wash hand basin and painted floorboards completes this level.
In addition to this spacious property is a basement which, subject to the usual consents could be converted to extra living space.
To the rear of the property is an attractive garden with a paved patio and pergola, herb garden, mature shrubs and flowering plants.
Reception One: 3.78m x 3.55m (12'5" x 11'8")
Reception Two: 3.83m x 3.68m (12'7" x 12'1")
Reception Three: 4.95m x 3.28m (16'3" x 10'9")
Kitchen: 3.70m x 3.67m (12'2" x 12')
Bedroom One: 4.49m x 4.29m (14'9" x 14'1")
Bedroom Two: 3.86m x 4.60m (12'8" x 15'1")
Bedroom Three: 3.54m x 3.29m (11'7" x 10'10")
Bathroom: 3.49m x 3.63m (11'5" x 11'11")
Bedroom Four: 3.62m x 4.26m (11'11" x 14')
Bedroom Five: 3.61m x 4.59m (11'10" x 15'1")
Bedroom Six: 3.70m x 3.33m (12'2" x 10'11")
Shower Room: 3.80m x 3.61m (12'6" x 11'10")
Herne Bay is a traditional seaside town on the north Kent coast. It is situated seven miles from the historic city of Canterbury and 5 miles from Whitstable.
The seafront has a 2 mile shingle beach, which has been awarded a European Blue Flag and the yellow and blue Seaside Award for its safety and cleanliness. Landmarks by the seafront include the Clock Tower, the pier and the off-shore World War II sea fort. There are seaside cafés, fresh seafood restaurants, guesthouses, beach huts and numerous water-sports facilities.
A pedestrian-friendly shopping centre is just off the seafront offering plenty of places to stop off, shop and relax, with an array of independent shops and places to eat.
By road, Herne Bay is easily accessed by The Thanet Way and is on bus routes into Canterbury. Herne Bay railway station is on the Chatham Main Line, which runs between Ramsgate and London Victoria.