An astounding Grade II listed, four double bedroom, Georgian town house in the wonderful seaside town of Deal. Brimming with period features including, tall sash windows, storm shutters, wood panelling and original fireplaces this property has been lovingly restored and enhanced and is within easy walking distance to the town, the station and the seafront.
A solid wooden door opens into a sumptuous entrance hallway resplendent with period detail, such as, the ornate banisters on the stairs to the first floor, stripped original floorboards and beautiful period solid wood doors, panelling and dado rails. From here one can access the dining room, sitting room, basement and Âboot roomÂ, an internal lobby leading to the conservatory and garden room.
The dining room has a beautiful Georgian style, bow window providing ample light to this impressive room. There are delightful, panelled walls and a second front door on the other side of the bow window, harking back to a previous incarnation of this part of the property, as a shop.
Double doors open from here into a beautiful formal sitting room. There is a period fireplace with a wonderful marble surround, original stripped floorboards and an attractive wood framed bay with French doors to the splendid conservatory.
This beautiful bright space has lovely limestone flooring which continues through to the garden room and is also a feature throughout the basement level below, accessed from stairs in the conservatory or the entrance hallway. French doors open to the garden and opposite these the conservatory opens out to an internal corridor with a useful W/C. To the left is the quirky, curved ceiling garden room, with French doors to the garden, character casement windows to the rear and a summer kitchen. Opposite the garden room, the useful Âboot roomÂ has a pulley clothes airer and lovely, stained glass door returning to the entrance hall.
The impressive kitchen space located in the front section or the basement level has beautiful, exposed ceiling beams. There are a range of base and wall units, with a lovely solid wood worktop, whilst a superb utility cupboard houses the washing machine. A fantastic central, marble topped island houses further extensive storage systems, a fridge and an integrated dishwasher. There is also a bespoke built-in understairs pantry.
Beyond the kitchen is a cosy dining/morning room area, with an impressive brick fireplace, with a wood storage nook, an oak lintel and a wonderful multifuel burner. Next to this a glass panelled door opens to the stairs to the conservatory. On the first floor there are two beautiful double bedrooms and a modern fitted shower room with W/C and vanity unit. The front bedroom has gorgeous wooden panelled walls, original storm shutters on the two elegant sash windows and a fantastic fireplace with an ornate mantle piece and built-in storage either side. The rear bedroom has attractive panelling, original storage cupboards and beautiful tall sash window overlooking the garden as well as an original integral door linking it to the front bedroom.
On the second floor there are two more well-proportioned double bedrooms with original fireplaces, storage cupboards and tall sash windows providing wonderful roof top views of Deal. There is also a lovely family bathroom, with a beautiful, tiled floor and stylish combined WC vanity unit.
The property is entered directly from Blenheim Road. The impressive rear garden measures approximately 90ft long and is in 2 distinct sections. The upper part of the garden faces south and features an ornate well established lawned area, with mature trees and shrubs bordering it.
A useful flagstone patio area sits outside the conservatory and garden room. A beautiful brick path takes one to a seating area and then further mature flower beds, two storage sheds and a log store.
The lower part of the garden faces predominantly west and is access by wooden steps. This wonderful serene, sunken garden has been beautifully landscaped with power and lighting, with an attractive and tranquil fishpond at its centre.
Blenheim Road is conveniently located just a short walk from both the beach and the town centre and within the conservation area in the bustling town of Deal.
Deal is a popular seaside town which lies eight miles north-east of Dover and eight miles south of Ramsgate. It is a former fishing, mining and garrison town. Close to Deal is Walmer, steeped in history, and a possible location for Julius Caesar's first arrival in Britain.
Deal became a 'limb port' of the Cinque Ports in 1278, and grew into the busiest port in England; today it is a seaside resort and its quaint streets and houses are a reminder of its history along with many ancient buildings and monuments. In 1968, Middle Street was the first Conservation Area in Kent. The coast of France is approximately twenty five miles from the town and is visible on clear days. The impressive Tudor castle was commissioned by King Henry VIII and has an unusual rose shaped floor plan.
There is also a non-League football club, Deal Town FC, which plays at The Charles Sports Ground and a rugby club, Deal & Betteshanger Lions, who play at the old RM Drill Field off Canada Road.
There is a farmerÂs market on Wednesdays, which sells local produce, as well as a well-established market on Saturdays. The town has a strong independent retail sector along with a number of more widely known shops in the town centre. The popular Astor Theatre in Deal offers musical performances, live theatre, exhibitions, movies, classes and clubs.