5 bedroom detached house for saleDeal
Withdrawn from Market £725,000
A Grade II Listed, three storey town house, originating from the 16th Century, set amongst prestigious and elegant homes in a Conservation Area.
Two principal reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, study, utility room, cloakroom, five bedrooms, bathroom, wetroom.
The striking facade encompasses the main entrance. Approached from the rear, a large detached double garage is accessed via a gated and paved driveway. The walled gardens are private and believed to approach a third of an acre, they are mainly laid to lawn with an abundance of wild flowers, mature trees and scented shrubs. Brick paved pathways and patio areas feature, with a useful brick outbuilding providing the perfect space for a workshop.
All mains services are understood to be connected to the property.
Court House is a Grade II Listed, three storey town house, originating from the 16th Century with a colourful history. The property started out as a poor house, used to house the sick, poor and elderly when Deal became a market town, in the early 1900's it was also home to the Head Master of Tormore School when it was first established after WW1. The property underwent tasteful renovations during the 1970's and 80's and this fascinating house provides surprises around every corner with original features, stunning fireplaces, exposed beams, wood panelling and split levels. The sitting room has an enormous inglenook fireplace and the dining room has a full complement of wood panelling. Both these reception rooms are intriguing and generous in size. Extensions on the rear elevation have provided a lovely kitchen with vaulted ceiling, an additional reception room, utility and cloakroom. The cellar has also been transformed and incorporated into the house to create an...
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Court House is set amongst a number of prestigious and elegant homes with the church of St Leonard on the corner, this pocket of Rectory Road is one of the oldest areas in Upper Deal, part of a Conservation area and strongly associated with Tormore School. This location is close to the town's amenities and offers easy access through to the Cinque Port of Sandwich. The seafront is close by with its two mile pebble shoreline, popular promenade and cycle path with both Walmer and Deal castles en-route. Deal town centre is famed for its award winning high street and has a vibrant atmosphere with a good selection of unique independent shops and many popular eateries. The mainline railway station offers a frequent service connecting to Dover and the Javelin high speed link to London St Pancras.
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