This beautiful Victorian townhouse overlooks the privately owned Archery Square, which is home to the Walmer Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Only a short walk from the seafront, this period property offers four bedrooms and the living accommodation is arranged over four floors with all its wonderful features such as high ceilings, fireplaces, exposed wood flooring and cornice surrounds. The ground floor consists of the main living space at the front of the property with the original fireplace and a bay window which floods the room with light, then from here there are folding doors which lead through into the drawing room which also has a fireplace with marble surround and views out to the rear garden. At the end of the hallway is the garden room with wood panelled walls and French doors leading out into the garden. Stairs lead down to the lower ground floor which offers a dining room and kitchen, both rooms have large tiled flooring. The kitchen has a central island, floor cupboard units, a butler sink and a door leading out to steps to the garden. On this floor, there is also a large storage room which is under the main external stairs. On the first floor, you will find the large family bathroom with free standing claw foot slipper bath and period style high level flush WC. At the rear of the first floor is one of the double bedrooms with another double bedroom and single bedroom at the front of the property. Both double bedrooms have fireplaces with the bedroom at the front boasting a bay window with views over the Walmer Lawn club. The top floor of the property, has the master bedroom with dormer window, free standing bath and en-suite WC. Externally the property has a paved courtyard garden with trees and shrubs, there is also a single garage with a courtesy door into the garden.
Walmer offers a small range of shops including mini market/post office, chemist, newsagents, butchers, pub and micro pub, petrol station with mini market, bus service and a mainline railway station offering fast access to London St. Pancras.
Deal is close by with its largely un-spoilt seafront, and good High Street shopping with a number of major retailers complimented by an excellent selection of local shops and trades. In 2014 the town won the Daily Telegraph Award for High Street of the Year. Leisure facilities include the obvious water related pastimes, tennis, croquet and there are several local golf courses which includes the world-renowned links courses of Royal Cinque Ports at Deal and Royal St. Georges and Princes Golf clubs at nearby Sandwich. A full range of private and state educational facilities can be found locally such as Northbourne Park School and Sir Roger Manwoods.
Nearby Sandwich, Dover and Canterbury are easily accessed via the A2 and A258 and together deliver a comprehensive range of services. Access to the Continent is excellent via the Port of Dover, the Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone and Eurostar from Ashford International.
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