A handsome four bedroom detached house, set on a generous plot with parking, a garage/workshop and large gardens. The property was built circa 1910 and offers a host of charming period features, alongside spacious and generously proportioned accommodation over two floors.
A UPVC double glazed front door opens into an entrance porch with an attractive tiled floor. From here, another door opens into a welcoming entrance hall, with wood effect flooring and stairs to the first floor. To the front of the house, there is a splendid sitting room, with a bay window, picture rails and a cast iron fireplace with a granite hearth.
There is a further reception room, with a fireplace with beautiful marble surround and double glazed French doors to the garden. To the rear of the house, there is a wonderfully light and airy open plan kitchen/breakfast room, which leads to a garden room and a wet room.
The kitchen has been fitted with an excellent range of traditionally styled wall and floor units, set around rolled top work surfaces and a large island/breakfast bar.
On the first floor, a galleried landing leads to four generously proportioned bedrooms (three of which are doubles, one is a single) and a family bathroom. This has been fitted with a modern white suite, including a bath and separate shower enclosure and is finished with attractive ceramic wall and floor tiles.
To the front of the house, there is an area of hardstanding, which provides parking and leads to a brick built garage and workshop. The rear garden measures approximately 83 ft (max) and is mainly laid to lawn, with a variety of mature trees and shrubs and an area of raised decking adjacent to the house.
Ravenscourt Road is conveniently located close to both the beach and the town centre, in the bustling coastal 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.
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