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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Middle Street, Deal


Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedroom Period Home
  • Deals Much Sought After Conservation Area
  • Walking Distance to Beachfront, Town Centre and Rail Links
  • Extended Rear Garden
  • Original Features
  • No Onward Chain

Full description

Miles and Barr are delighted to be offering to the market this quaint cottage which is set in a much coveted position within the desirable Conservation Area in central Deal just a stones throw to the stunning seafront as well as Deal town centre, with its award winning high street with an a mixture of shops as well as a good selection of Restaurants, Inns and Cafe's. The Property offers well proportioned accommodation with generous ceiling heights retaining much of the charm and character associated with period properties. The interior boasts a Lounge with feature exposed brick fireplace, Breakfast/Dining Room and Kitchen. From the Lounge there are stairs up to the first floor where you will find 2 Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom, whilst to the Top Floor there is a further Bedroom. One of the major benefits of this property is the rear garden, which rarely for the conservation area is a generous size and has a paved seating area opening to a wonderful private garden which is partly laid to lawn with selection of shrubs and plants and an outbuilding. This really is a delightful seaside town house offering both elegant accommodation presented in good decorative order as well as huge amount of potential for development subject to the relevant planning. Viewings are highly recommended and are available via Sole Agents Miles and Barr.

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 mining 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.

Ground Floor -

Entrance -

Lounge - 5.61m x 4.62m (18'5 x 15'2) -

Dining Room - 2.64m x 2.59m (8'8 x 8'6) -

Kitchen - 3.76m x 1.96m (12'4 x 6'5) -

First Floor -

Bedroom One - 5.44m x 3.99m (17'10 x 13'1) -

Bedroom Two - 3.30m x 2.62m (10'10 x 8'7) -

Bathroom -

Second Floor -

Bedroom Three - 5.89m x 3.07m (19'4 x 10'1) -

Outside -

Garden -

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 September 2016


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