STEP BACK IN TIME TO SPENCER SQUARE This Grade II Listed historical four bedroom property within the Conservation Area is located very close to the sea, Royal Harbour and Addington Street. The property which is set over four levels comprises entrance hall leading to kitchen, bathroom, and first bedroom with the lower ground floor housing a large versatile space. The first floor offers two bedrooms the master overlooking the square itself, with a further two beds to the top floor. To the rear there is cellar space and a sunny aspect courtyard garden with access to Paragon Street. Historically the property has changed hands several times, local directories state that the property was a lodging house in 1887 owned by R.W. McWilliams, by 1900 it was owned by a Mrs Cadman and in 1930 by James Saward, by 1972 a Miss Wilkins resided here. Ramsgate railway station is within walking distance for the energetic but it is a swift journey by hopping on the frequent LOOP bus service to take advantage of this fast rail link to London St Pancras. To view this slice of history which was built by society leaders and developers the Townleys. Working tenants only.

Room Sizes
Lounge 4.37m x 3.61m (14'4 x 11'10)
Kitchen 3.28m x 3.02m (10'9 x 9'11)
Bathroom 2.82m x 1.78m (9'3 x 5'10)
Lounge/Dining Room 6.53m x 4.95m (21'5 x 16'3)
Scullery/Utility Room 1.45m x 2.84m (4'9 x 9'4)
Bedroom One 3.51m x 4.62m (11'6 x 15'2)
Bedroom Two 2.92m x 3.05m (9'7 x 10')
Bedroom Three 3.25m x 4.70m (10'8 x 15'5)
Bedroom Four 2.92m x 3.28m (9'7 x 10'9)

Ramsgate Area Guide

Ramsgate – Marina paradise Ramsgate’s waterfront and marina is an idyllic location. The seafront has a thriving café culture and many restaurants. The high street has a good mix of independent and chain shops. If you’re interested in living in Ramsgate, come into our Ramsgate office and we can help find a property to suit you.