About this investment opportunity

- Two Bedrooms
- House
- Freehold
- Super Project
- West Ramsgate
- Near Town
- Courtyard
- Historic


This charming two bedroom property is tucked away between Addington Street and Spencer Square, an area steeped in history given that Addington Street was Ramsgates original High Street and that the land between Spencer Square and Adelaide Gardens was at one time a military parade ground.

This delightful, much loved property is from another era and for many will require updating, it comprises front door opening to the lounge/diner which leads to the kitchen and bathroom, there is also a small courtyard, upstairs there are two bedrooms and a shower room.

Historically the cottage has been a place to live and operate a business from, in 1887 local directories show that a William Sage, a boot maker resided here, by 1900 the owner was a Frederick Morgan, in 1923 Edward Ryan a tailor is recorded as living here and a Mrs James was living here in 1972.

The location is close to the cliff top on the west side of the Royal Harbour, a few minutes walk gets you to the marina with its array of bars, restaurants and cafes, Waitrose supermarket and the town centre are also easily accessed on foot. The area is serviced by the the 9, 34, 42 and LOOP buses great for exploring the wider area and connecting with Ramsgate railway station which operates a high speed link to London St Pancras.

This quaint property would make a great investment, holiday home or perhaps be a property to downsize to.

This chain free cottage is available to view, please call Miles and Barr on 01843 570500 we are open seven days a week.

Ramsgate is situated on the southerly aspect of the Isle of Thanet and benefits the country’s only Royal Harbour, its status being granted by King George 1V in 1821. The distinctive and beautiful harbour has a vibrant yachting community alongside some commercial activity and was where the Little Ships evacuation of Dunkirk set out from in 1940.

The town is enjoying something of a Renaissance with its large amount of Grade 11 Listed property, many set within elegant Regency squares, or overlooking the sea, others with links to or influenced by the architect Augustus Pugin.

In recent years the Royal Harbour has seen many restaurants, cafes and bars emerge alongside quirky independent retail outlets, some utilising the arches on the quayside beneath Royal Parade.

The town is steeped in history with associations to many well known figures including Queen Victoria , Karl Marx and Vincent Van Gogh as well as having a fascinating network of tunnels beneath the main centre.

The fortunes of the town have been hugely assisted by the recent addition of a high speed rail link to London St Pancras making a commute for many a viable option.

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