Athol Terrace, Dover, CT16

4 bedroom House - Mid Terrace for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

A generous size and wonderful five double bedroom late Georgian townhouse rich in local history, situated on a small grand terrace looking out towards the famous ferry port, sea front and harbour, with elegant living areas, and a large double plot established garden which backs on to the famous White Cliffs. The home will surely attract a wide variety of purchasers.

The property is offered freehold and presents superb and versatile living accommodation which is laid out over its four floors (plus loft access) and has excellent entertaining space with an impressive rear lounge area leading to the garden which has a secure side access.

From the entrance hall there is a dining room that flows into the modern fitted kitchen, the lounge opens to the rear garden and has a cloakroom. Also from the hall are steps down to two rooms consisting of the occasional bedroom/study and play/cinema room area. The first floor landing leads to the rear wing of the home which could be arranged as a separate self contained area boasting a wide hall, bathroom and bedroom. A further master bedroom and a bathroom are also located on this level and two further bedrooms can be found over the upper floors. All front aspect rooms boast the sea views.

This stunning house offers a fantastic opportunity to acquire a historic and unique property that needs to be seen to be appreciated.

Room Sizes
Lounge 4.83m x 5.13m (15'10 x 16'10)
Dining Room 4.17m x 2.90m (13'8 x 9'6)
Kitchen 3.25m x 2.44m (10'8 x 8'0)
Study/Occasional Bedroom 3.25m x 2.95m (10'8 x 9'8)
Play/Cinema room 3.58m x 3.45m (11'9 x 11'4)
Bedroom One 4.04m x 4.14m (13'3 x 13'7)
Bedroom Two 2.67m x 4.11m (8'9 x 13'6)
Bathroom One 3.66m x 3.43m (12'0 x 11'3)
Bathroom Two 2.08m x 2.21m (6'10 x 7'3)
Dressing Room 2.31m x 2.21m (7'7 x 7'3)
Bedroom Three 3.61m x 3.30m (11'10 x 10'10)
Bedroom Four 3.51m x 4.06m (11'6 x 13'4)
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Dover Area Guide

Dover – Bluebirds over Who hasn’t heard of the Bluebirds over The White Cliffs of Dover? One of the most famous Second World War songs with lyrics referring to RAF pilots in the Battle of Britain. Dover is a town rife with history. There is a good mix of cafés, restaurants and independent and chain shops. If you’re interested in living in Dover,