4 bedroom terraced house for saleDeal, Kent
A bespoke garden gate that leads to the front door gives an indication of the extensive and attentive work that has been carried out on this exciting home. The hallway leads into the open plan living / dining room which features, as with the rest of the house, restored original detailing alongside notable contemporary additions such as a Morsø woodburning stove and Alvar Aalto lighting.
The dining room leads onto the kitchen, a thoughtfully-designed space that features striking 1980s Italian tiles by Floor Gres of Modena, worktops reclaimed from a school chemistry lab and bespoke units created by Concrete Editions.
A picture window overlooks the beautiful garden, again designed by Concrete Editions, which incorporates a lawn, mature clematis and jasmine, fruit trees and a grow house and garden shed. The garden measures approximately 4.5m x 10m in size.
On the first floor can be found three bedrooms (again including bespoke Concrete Editions furniture) and a bathroom. The bathroom is notable for having a Danish beech floor reclaimed from The Quarterdeck dancehall in Deal.
Steps then lead to the second floor which is given over to a fourth bedroom, used as a studio by the current owners.
It is worth noting that the current owners are including many of the furniture items and fittings in the sale price of the property - including some superb pieces by Panton, Aalto and Castiglioni. All of these have been sourced by Concrete Editions or commissioned by them as bespoke pieces. A full list of the items to be included in the sale price can be found on the History section.
Deal is a popular coastal town that is one of the most attractive in Kent thanks to its historic architecture (it was here that the county’s first Conservation Area was established) and sea views. It also has some notable contemporary architecture, not least Niall McLaughlin’s designs for the pier. There are some excellent independent shops in the town (such as Hoxton Store), outstanding restaurants and cafes (Frog & Scot, Black Douglas and others) and a strong cultural scene (e.g.The Lighthouse pub and arts venue). Trains run to London St. Pancras in approximately 1hr 25mins.
A full list of all the refurbishments undertaken by Concrete Editions is available on request.
Property ref: 121_2280_4247826
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