2 bedroom apartment for salePrince Of Wales Terrace, Deal
Sold STC £350,000
- Ground Floor Apartment
- Panoramic Seaviews
- Two Bedrooms
- Beach Plot
Full descriptionPrince of Wales Terrace was built in the 1860's on the site of Deal's Naval Yard that stretched from Deal Castle to the Time Ball Tower and back to 'Prospect Place' now known as Victoria Road. This area was known as 'Victoria Town. The fifteen houses have in turn been hotels, private schools, apartments and one was the home of the surgeon to the Royal Marines. In the Edwardian era The Terrace was, with The Queen's Hotel that faced Deal Castle, extremely popular with summer visitors. Number nine was, with numbers eight and ten 'Deal House Hotel' many years ago.
Consisting of a communal entrance via the original front door to the building with access to the flat on the upper ground floor, with a spacious internal hallway leading to two double bedrooms, bathroom, separate shower room, kitchen, dining room, office/bedroom and a stunning living room with original bay window boasting panoramic sea views along with views over Deal pier and the remaining fishing boats. Further benefits include access to the balcony which overlooks the seafront and offers a great view especially during Deal's prestigious carnival.
The owner informs us there is a share of the freehold, and the lease was renewed to a 999 year lease in 2009 and the current maintenance charges are £70 a month covering buildings insurance and repairs/renovations.
Car parking is facilitated by an annual residents parking permit allowing continuous 24 hour parking outside the flat as well as around much of Deal Town. Parking is also assisted with an allocation of visitors daily permits.
Further benefits include a D.D.C beach plot with a 16' classic Plymouth Pilot launch boat moored directly opposite 9b. 'Amora' has a twin cylinder diesel engine and is very suitable for inshore pleasure and fishing. There is easy access and convenient car parking associated with the plot. The beach plot holds a motorised diesel winch and all essential items to launch this little boat.
Charges include: Boat liability insurance at £82.38pa, winch insurance at £45pa and D.D.C beach plot rental at £320pa.
Deal is a town situated in Kent, which lies on the English Channel, eight miles north-east of Dover and eight miles south of Ramsgate. This former fishing and smuggling town became a 'limb port' of the Cinque Ports in 1278 and grew into the busiest port in England. In 1968, Middle Street was the first Conservation Area in Kent, its quaint streets and houses a reminder of its history along with many ancient buildings and monuments including, most notably, Deal and Walmer Castles . Today it is a seaside resort with its award-winning High Street, high-speed train Links to St Pancras and independent shops. An array of cafes and pubs sit along the picturesque seafront that is home to a sweeping pier.
Lounge / Diner - 5.36m x 5.33m (17'7 x 17'6) -
Bedroom One - 4.70m x 4.01m (15'5 x 13'2) -
Bedroom Two - 3.58m x 3.45m (11'9 x 11'4) -
Shower Room -
Kitchen Area - 2.69m x 2.64m (8'10 x 8'8) -
Breakfast Area - 2.74m x 2.36m (9'0 x 7'9) -
Study - 3.18m x 1.68m (10'5 x 5'6) -
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