This classic Victorian family home offers rooms of elegant proportions and an abundance of period features. The house has been significantly improved over recent years, with a tasteful and sympathetic approach, retaining many period features such as original fireplaces. Attractive uPVC double glazed sash windows have been installed to the rear of the property, mindful of keeping the character of its bygone era. The large entrance hall provides an immediate sense of grandeur with period corbels and attractive balustrade staircase. The living room is a great size but is incredibly cosy whilst the separate dining room adds more versatility and features a restored period fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room is adjacent to the utility room which completes the ground floor along with a downstairs cloakroom. A huge first floor landing presents three double size bedrooms and one single, which would be an ideal study or nursery. Worthy of its own particular mention is the master bedroom, measuring an impressive 15'11 x 15'10 and featuring a lovely original fireplace. A modern contemporary family bathroom then concludes the first floor. The south facing rear garden enjoys sunshine throughout the day, and is unusually large for the location with plenty of room for the children to run around. This deceptively large family home is beautifully presented throughout and offers a rare opportunity to acquire a fine home within a sought after location of Herne Bay. Call the sole agents, Kent Estate Agencies on to arrange your viewing appointment
Location: Mickleburgh Hill is close to the town centre of Herne Bay and is a road predominantly of beautiful period property. The seafront with stunning walks along 'The Downs' is just a short walk away with popular cycle paths leading as far as Birchington in one direction and Whitstable in the other. Herne Bay town centre is just moments away where you will find a good range shopping, restaurants leisure amenities including rowing, sailing and yacht clubs along with a swimming pool and cinema. The harbour town of Whitstable is only 5.5 miles distant which enjoys a variety of shopping, educational and leisure amenities including sailing, water sports and bird watching, as well as the seafood restaurants for which it has become renowned. The Cathedral city of Canterbury is 8.5 miles away with its theatre and cultural amenities, as well as benefiting from excellent public and state schools. The City also boasts the facilities of a major shopping centre enjoying a range of mainstream retail outlets as well as many individual shops. Excellent transport links are nearby with Herne Bay mainline train station being 1.5 miles away providing direct links to London Victoria in approximately 88 minutes and London St Pancras in approximately 86 minutes. Easy access to the A299 is less than a mile away providing road links to London via the M2.
Partially glazed wood front entrance door. Radiator. Cornice ceiling. Balustrade staircase leading to first floor. Wooden floor board flooring.
Lounge - 15' 7 x 11' 11 (4.75m x 3.64m)
Bay window to front. Brick fireplace. Cornice ceiling. Radiator. TV point. Phone point. Power points.
Dining Room - 12' 3 x 9' 11 (3.74m x 3.03m)
Feature period fireplace. Cornice ceiling. Window to rear overlooking rear garden. Radiator. Power points.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 13' 10 x 10' 0 (4.22m x 3.05m)
The kitchen is planned with a matching range of wall and base units arranged over two walls with inset stainless steel sink unit. Work surfaces. Partially tiled walls. Inset gas hob with fan assisted electric oven below. Plumbing for dishwasher. Window to side. Power points. Radiator.
Utility Room - 9' 11 x 6' 4 (3.03m x 1.94m)
Radiator. Plumbing for washing machine. Door opening to rear garden.
Close coupled WC. Wash hand basin.
A large and spacious landing with access to the loft via a loft ladder.
Master Bedroom - 15' 11 x 15' 10 Into Bay Window (4.86m x 4.83m)
Bay window and additional window to front. Feature period fireplace. Radiator. Power points. TV point. Wooden floor boards flooring.
Bedroom Two - 12' 4 x 10' 0 (3.76m x 3.05m)
Window to rear overlooking the rear garden. Feature period fireplace. Radiator. Power points.
Bedroom Three - 12' 9 Into Bay Window x 9' 10 (3.89m x 3m)
Bay window to rear overlooking rear garden. Radiator. Power points.
Bedroom Four/Study - 7' 3 x 7' 0 Plus Recess (2.21m x 2.14m)
Window to side. Feature period fireplace. Radiator. Power points.
Suite in white comprising low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Bath with separate 'Bristan' electric shower unit over and screen to side. Frosted window to side. Tiled walls. Tiled flooring.
Rear Garden - 46' 0 Extending To 73' (22.26m) x 20' 0 (14.03m x 6.1m)
The rear garden benefits from a southerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn. Patio area. Timber shed. Side access.
Paved front garden with railings and gate to front.
The following mains services are connected to the property electricity, water, gas, drainage and a telephone line. All services will be subject to the appropriate companies transfer conditions.
Central heating is provided by a gas fired boiler and hot water radiators as indicated in these particulars.
The windows are a combination of uPVC double glazed sash units and timber single glazed sash units with secondary glazing.
The property is to be sold Freehold with vacant possession.
We are advised by the Valuation Office that the property is currently within Council Tax Band D. The amount payable under tax band D for the year 2018/2019 is £1,687.54.
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Kent Estate Agencies gives notice for themselves and for the sellers of the property, whose agents they are that any plans or mapping and measurements are approximate, quoted in metric with imperial equivalents. All are for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The measurements are provided in accordance with the R.I.C.S. Code of Measuring Practice 6th edition. The fixtures and fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Prospective purchasers or lessees should seek their own professional advice. Kent Estate Agencies retain the copyright in all advertising material used to market this property. For a free valuation of your property contact the number on this brochure. Printed 19th September 2017
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