Combining modern interiors and with its classical architecture
Decorated with picture perfect minimal tones
Over three levels
Plenty of entertaining space
Large rear secluded garden
Walking distance from the town
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A spectacular detached residence, situated in a proud elevated position, at the entrance of the historic and much loved, Connaught Park. The former Park lodge originally built in 1883, combines modern interiors and technology with classical architecture, decorated in picture perfect minimal tones throughout, that will surely impress.
On entering the property you are welcomed by a good size entrance hall, with quality tiled floor covering. There are staircases that take you to both the upper and lower floors. The ground floor boasts a bedroom and a great size study, which could easily be used as a bedroom, if needed. Upstairs there are a further two double bedrooms with double height feature ceilings. There is also a traditional style three piece bathroom suite complete with high level WC. Downstairs at the bottom of the staircase, is access to the cellar area, which has a window and could potentially be a study/play room. The dining room is spacious and well-arranged boasting a bespoke open brick fireplace. Doors take you to both the kitchen at the rear and the bright and airy front lounge, complete with quality log burner stove. The kitchen is well fitted with a good range of wall and base units. A rear door opens out to the rear passageway that gives entrance to both a WC and a further store room, perfect for a number of uses including wine storage.
Outside: The unique home is set within generous size landscaped gardens and grounds, the rear lawned garden benefitting from total seclusion. The established frontage provides parking via the gated entrance.
The house exudes grace, grandeur and favourably combines modern facilities with original character features throughout the property and needs to be seen.
Dover is a major ferry port town and faces France across the Strait of Dover, the narrowest part of the English Channel. It is home of the Dover Calais ferry through the Port of Dover and is famous for both its White Cliffs and Dover Castle that has historically performed a function of protection against invaders.
Dover’s main commuting roads are the A2 and A20, connecting the town with Canterbury and London. Fast link trains run from Dover Priory to London St Pancras International stations and Ramsgate.
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