Built in 1901, this delightful Victorian, bay fronted semi-detached family home provides spacious accommodation throughout with high ceilings, extending back, set over three floors whilst retaining original features inclusive of sash windows, high skirting boards and picture rails. Entering a wide reception hall with stairs to first floor, there is a large reception room, originally being two rooms and a spacious, fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room which leads through to a sunny conservatory, providing additional living space and access to the rear garden, there is also useful utility room off the kitchen. Heading upstairs, there are four bedrooms to the first and second floors, the master being a particularly lovely room with large, bay window and original fireplace. Also on this floor are two further double bedrooms and a smart shower room. The top floor features a charming room, flooded with natural light and an original cast iron fireplace. There is loft access on this floor, providing storage space. Outside The property offers a original walled rear garden of approximately 80 feet in length and has been designed to offer low maintenance enjoyment, benefitting from a Westerly aspect. The front garden offers privacy with a side entrance gate and benefits include gas central heating, wood burning stove in the lounge and smart plantation shutters to the front elevation.

Room Sizes
Entrance Porch 1.17m x 0.91m (3'10 x 3')

Entrance Hall
Living Room 4.42m x 3.63m (14'6 x 11'11)

Dining Room 3.86m x 3.25m (12'8 x 10'8)

Utility Room 5.99m x 1.91m (19'8 x 6'3)

Kitchen 5.99m x 2.90m (19'8 x 9'6)

Conservatory 4.80m x 3.38m (15'9 x 11'1)

First Floor
Bedroom 4.80m x 4.45m (15'9 x 14'7)

Bedroom 3.86m x 3.25m (12'8 x 10'8)

Shower Room
Bedroom 2.90m x 2.82m (9'6 x 9'3)

Second Floor
Bedroom 6.53m x 4.80m (21'5 x 15'9)

Front Garden
Rear Garden

Deal Area Guide

For families dreaming of a seaside retreat Kent has no shortage of historic and attractive seaside destinations and Deal is another town with plenty going for it. On the coast in east Kent, Deal is closer to Calais than it is London. One of the longer journ