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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Dover Road, Deal, Kent, CT14


Property Description

Key features

  • 0.25 Acre wrap-around plot
  • Rear access
  • Sea Views
  • Large Sash Windows
  • Family Bathroom
  • En-Suite
  • Views
  • Possibility to extend (Subject to planning)
  • Guest WC
  • Georgian

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Move straight in to this six bedroom detached family house. It is set back from the road with a generous lawned area and car parking spaces at the front and a double car port. There is a pretty walled garden at the back, a sun trap, with an Italian paved terrace, decking area and artificial grass ideal for dogs. A secret garden is to be found through an archway to the right of the front door, ideal for that evening glass of wine, and a sunken garden which is south facing.
Once inside this immaculate home it immediately becomes apparent that not only is the standard of finish superb but the layout makes it ideal for any growing family. Built in 1800 in the reign of George 111, many of the original features have been retained including the feature windows with 200 year old panes of glass, stripped pine floors, elegant doors and Georgian skirtings and architraves. The property has five useful cellar rooms, including a utility room and a wine cellar, with tunnels, (now bricked up), which were believed to have led to the nearby former smugglers pub and the local church.

Entrance to the property is via a large porch with inset railings, door leading to:

ENTRANCE HALL: Original pine floor, two radiators, feature arched window with view to kitchen, under stairs cupboards, stairs to first floor and doors to:

STUDY: Large floating desk, telephone points, radiator, alcoves shelving, double, carpeted hatch to cellar.

SITTING ROOM: Very large and elegant room with two feature windows, with panelling under, Georgian style open fireplace, stripped pine floor, two radiators and original skirtings, architraves and ceiling rose.

DINING ROOM: Very large and elegant room with feature window with panelling under and French doors leading onto walled garden. Original fire surround with inset mirror, housing multi-fuel burner, stripped pine floor, Georgian skirtings, architraves and ceiling rose. This room has two doors, one tall door, leading from the hall, (for the ladies with powdered wigs), and one short, leading to the kitchen, (for the servants!)

KITCHEN: Stripped pine floor with double trap door to cellar. A range of cream eye level and base units, black Galaxy granite work tops and double bowled stainless steel sink. Space for fridge, plumbing for dishwasher. Black range cooker, brick housing for wine cooler, black Galaxy granite breakfast bar with arched window over with view to hall, cupboard under and space for freezer. Stable-type back door leading to walled garden. Exposed brick double arch feature with beam and panelling to other walls. Feature window to staircase and three high windows in south facing wall. Double glazed cottage style window above sink, with view to walled garden. Radiator and T.V. Point.

Stairs in hall with featured arched window, (recently renovated by master carpenter), leading to first floor landing with stripped pine floor, radiator and archway to:

MUSIC ROOM / SECOND SITTING ROOM: Double aspect with large sashed windows with panelling under, exposed brick fireplace with alcoves shelving, stripped pine floor, architraves and ceiling rose. Radiator.

Doors from landing to:

BEDROOM 1: Very large, light and airy room with double aspect sashed windows with panelling under and views to gardens, built in alcove wardrobes and further built in wardrobe with sliding mirrored doors. Radiator, architraves and ceiling rose.

BEDROOM 2: very large room with sashed window with panelling under and view to garden, built-in wardrobe, architraves, racked spot lighting, radiator and T.V. point. Potential to knock through to shower room and make en-suite.

SHOWER ROOM: Newly refurbished to a high spec. Double shower enclosure with rain shower, vanity unit with Spanish sink and oval mirror with lighting over. Corner W.C. with corner shelf behind, chrome towel rail/radiator. Down lighters and extractor fan to ceiling, new double glazed window with views over walled garden and to local church. Matching tiled walls and flooring.

VERY LARGE FAMILY BATHROOM: Newly refurbished to a high spec. Stand alone quadrant shower enclosure with power shower, white suite including back to unit w.c., bidet and corner bath with inset shelving, all raised on tiled plinth, white vanity unit with Spanish sink and lit mirror with cupboard over. New double glazed window to rear with views over walled garden, original frosted window to south facing wall. Built in airing cupboard with sliding mirrored doors to one wall, housing a large Megaflow tank and stop-cocks for all water. High spec tiling to walls and floor, under floor heating, down lighters and extractor fan to ceiling and loft hatch for extractor fan maintenance.

Stairs on landing leading to second floor landing with loft hatch and doors to:

BEDROOM 3: Large room with original feature fireplace, down lighters to ceiling, radiator and new double glazed window with views towards Thanet.

BEDROOM 4: Very large room with down lighters, alcove shelving and new double glazed window with views towards Thanet.

BEDROOM 5: L-shaped room with space for double or single bed, opening out to space for desk etc. built-in wardrobe, radiator and two hanging lights. New double glazed window with views to front garden, with trees.

BATHROOM: Newly refurbished with white suite consisting, bath with shower screen and power shower, w.c. Vanity unit with modern sink with mirror over. White tiling to walls with blue feature. Full length wall mirror, new double glazed window with sea view, looking out over walled garden, local church and surrounding area. Down lighters to ceiling and radiator laminate flooring.

EN-SUITE BEDROOM 6: Very recently refurbished to very high spec with insulated walls and ceiling, curved plastering by master plasterer, original fireplace, new double glazed window with sea views, views of garden and surrounding area. Newly carpeted in crystal grey. Racked spot lights, radiator and plenty of power points. Built in wardrobe with interior lighting and en-suite bathroom comprising: large shower enclosure with power shower, pedestal sink with oval mirrored cabinet over, w.c. with soft closing seat, high spec tiling to walls and floor, down lighters and extractor fan to ceiling.

Double hatches from the kitchen lead down stairs, to five dry cellar rooms, with one light switch lighting all. They include:

UTILITY ROOM: Plumbing for washing machine, laminate floor, down lighters to ceiling, housing for boiler and window to sunken garden.

STORE ROOM 1: Strip lighting, painted brick walls and bricked tunnel thought to lead to church. Marine ply floor has been laid.

WINE CELLAR: With feature door, slate shelving and window to sunken garden.

STORE ROOM 3: Strip lighting , brick walls and floor, shelving and base units, (currently used for paint and tools), original coal hole from front porch shoot.

STORE ROOM 4: Brick floor and walls, window to secret garden, radiator, stairs to study through double hatch, kiln under stairs. Strip lighting. Bricked up tunnel thought to lead from this room to old smugglers pub.

All cellar room are head height and dry.

Glebe House is a short distance from the seaside town of Deal, with its Saturday market, individual shops, fine restaurants and bars and the longest solid pier in the country. Walmer village is self-contained with a micro pub, family run restaurant , local store, pharmacy, newsagents, butchers, bakers and post office. The high speed train to London is a ten minute walk from the house, and local trains run to the medieval town of Sandwich, Dover and Canterbury. The port of Dover with its ferry service to France, is a fifteen minute drive away. Glebe House is in a good position for local primary schools, grammar schools and secondary schools, and is also in the catchments area of several good independent schools. Deal and Walmer castles are both within walking distance and Dover castle is within a fifteen minute drive or reachable by bus or train. The views from the house are spectacular. This truly is a unique property.

Other features:

Private back garden
Separate dining room
Off street parking
Luxury bathroom
Lots of storage space
Ofsted Outstanding School Catchment Area
Excellent Transport links to London
Good-sized rooms
No Onward Chain
Income Generating
Mains drainage
Wooden floors
Tiled floors
High ceilings
Mains gas
Gas central heating
UPVC double glazed windows
Utility room
Underfloor heating
Solid fuel open fire
Period fireplace
Close to transport links
Close to local shops
Vegetable patch
Wood burner
Sunny garden
In Village

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
06 August 2016

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