A substantial period home, bursting with character believed to have been built in 1906 offering versatile living accommodation for a growing family.
This home is situated in the picturesque village of Ringwould which sits between the seaside town of Deal and the Port town of Dover.
Set back from the road, the property is approached via electric gates opening to an in-out driveway which provides ample off-street parking. Through the impressive reception hall/drawing room with quaint window seat and fireplace, there is a dining room with large arched windows allowing light to flood the room along with an open fireplace. The lounge also boasts a working fireplace, the original butlers’ bells and views to the impressive and private front garden.
The kitchen is at the rear of the property which has a free-standing cooker, butler sink and log burner (not tested). There is also a ground floor cloakroom and a home office which has views of the rear garden.
The stairway boasts a large 9-pane picture scene stained glass window on the half landing which leads to the first floor. There is an impressive landing with four bedrooms and the family bathroom. All of the bedrooms are good sized doubles, have beautiful fireplaces and built-in storage. The principal bedroom boasts access to balconies with stunning far-reaching views of the countryside. Bedrooms 2 & 3 both have working Edwardian sinks and the family bathroom is also a good size with a roll top bath.
Externally there is a private front garden and a garden to the rear which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio seating area.
|Reception Hall||4.85m x 4.32m plus circular bay (15'11 x 14'2 plus|
|Living Room||7.19m x 5.03m (23'7 x 16'6)|
|Dining Room||4.98m x 4.34m (16'4 x 14'3 )|
|Kitchen/Breakfast Room||4.27m x 3.66m (14'0 x 12'0)|
|Study||3.15m x 1.70m (10'4 x 5'7)|
|Bedroom||4.14m x 3.86m plus built-in wardrobe and circular|
|Bedroom||5.46m x 4.29m into bay (17'11 x 14'1 into bay)|
|Bedroom||5.05m x 4.32m into bay (16'7 x 14'2 into bay)|
|Bedroom||3.78m x 3.68m into bay (12'5 x 12'1 into bay)|