Oxenden Street, Herne bay, CT6

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £750,000 For Sale

*STUNNING GRADE II LISTED PERIOD HOME - OFFERED CHAIN FREE*

Montague House is a stunning Grade II listed period home built in 1833 and is a fine example of Georgian architecture. This fabulous home is full of charm and character and is steeped in history yet also offers modern, bright spacious living.

As you enter the wrought iron gates and walk down the shingled drive you come to the impressive entrance. Upon entering you are met with a fabulous entrance hall and beautiful Georgian staircase leading to the upper floors.

To the ground floor there is a sitting room, drawing room and the undoubted hub of the house; the marvelous kitchen/dining and family room. There is also a useful wet room. To the first floor you will find four bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities, a small study/sewing room and a family bathroom. To the second floor there are two attic rooms. The property also has a useful basement room and storage area which is used as a laundry room.

Amongst the many features are the high ceilings, feature fireplaces, picture rails and high skirting.

Externally, to the front is the shingled driveway providing off street parking for numerous vehicles plus well-stocked plant and shrub beds. The beautiful South-West facing, enclosed walled rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with a variety of plants, shrubs and beds.

Montague House is found in a convenient location just a short stroll to the seafront and beach and within easy access to the town centre where you will find a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. Herne Bay also has a mainline railway station providing a regular service to London and the Kent Coast. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is approximately 7 miles away where you will find a wide variety of shopping, dining, educational and cultural facilities.

Room Sizes
Kitchen/Dining Room 8.64m x 5.46m (28'4 x 17'11)
Wet Room 1.73m x 1.55m (5'8 x 5'1)
Lounge 5.33m x 4.50m (17'6 x 14'9)
Drawing Room 5.33m x 4.24m (17'6 x 13'11)
Cellar 3.58m x 3.20m (11'9 x 10'6)
Utility Room 4.47m x 3.20m (14'8 x 10'6)
Bedroom One 4.93m x 4.47m (16'2 x 14'8)
Bedroom Two 4.22m x 3.33m (13'10 x 10'11)
En-suite 2.34m x 1.47m (7'8 x 4'10)
Bedroom Three 4.22m x 3.35m (13'10 x 11'0)
Bedroom Four 3.73m x 3.63m (12'3 x 11'11 )
En-suite Shower Room 2.79m x 1.14m (9'2 x 3'9)
Bathroom 3.35m x 1.78m (11'0 x 5'10)
Study/Sew Room 2.54m x 1.42m (8'4 x 4'8)
Attic Room One 4.27m x 2.03m (14'0 x 6'8)
Attic Room Two 4.27m x 2.11m (14'0 x 6'11)
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Herne Bay Area Guide

Herne Bay – The first clock tower Herne Bay had the first freestanding purpose-built clock tower in the world constructed in 1837. The town has a good mix of cafés, restaurants and independent and chain stores. If you’re interested in living in Herne Bay, come into our Herne Bay office and we can help find a property to suit you.