Rarely Found Grade 11 Listed and gorgeous, this beautiful historic property is within the Conservation Area and is one of the oldest properties in the vicinity plus it benefits many original features. This much loved home is looking for a new custodian who appreciates its unique charm and enviable position with a sunny aspect garden close to both the town, Royal Harbour and Townleys at The Albion Hotel. The property is set over four floors comprising entrance hall leading to the family bathroom and lounge/bedroom four on the ground floor, to the lower ground is a lovely kitchen and lounge. The first floor has two bedrooms with a hidden staircase on the landing leading to a further bedroom. To the rear are great storage vaults which could be developed further to provide quirky additional space. Historically the property is shown in old directories as being owned by William Stead in 1887, by 1900 it had become a lodgings house in the name of Mrs William Stead. In 1923 it is shown that sign writers Henry Hobday & Son resided here and in 1972 the property was owned by Mrs D Wood. To view please call Miles and Barr on 01843 570500 we are open seven days a week.
|Sitting Room/Bedroom Four||4.88m into bay x 3.30m (16'00 into bay x 10'10)|
|Bathroom||3.66m x 2.29m (12'00 x 7'06 )|
|Lounge||4.29m x 4.27m (14'01 x 14'00)|
|Kitchen||3.53m x 3.56m (11'07 x 11'08)|
|Bedroom One||4.04m x 3.89m (13'03 x 12'09 )|
|Bedroom Two||2.34m x 3.63m (7'08 x 11'11)|
|Bedroom Three||3.76m x 3.66m (12'04 x 12'00)|