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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Richard Street, Rochester, ME1

Guide Price £180,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Two Bedroom House
  • The Perfect First Time Purchase
  • Walking Distance To Rochester High Street
  • Good Size Rear Garden
  • Easy Acess To Motorway Networks
  • Walking Distance To Rochester Train Station
  • Close To The Local Shops
  • Viewing Advised
  • Great Size Rooms
  • Situated On A No Through Road

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Guide Price £190,000 - £210,000
Great first time purchase, close to Rochester’s historic town centre and train station, lovely size back garden, walk to the local shops.

This is the perfect property for any first time buyer looking to take those first steps onto the property ladder. Situated in what is considered to be a desirable location within Rochester, everything is literally on your door step!

Internally the property benefits from a small extension to the ground floor which has increased the size of the kitchen space.
The property is perfect for someone to add their own stamp to and really create their dream first home.

The garden is a great size and perfect for hosting a BBQ party or two during the summer months.

Location
Rochester is situated on the banks of the River Medway where The Esplanade provides recreational public space as well as being a popular venue for a picturesque walk with Richard Street well positioned for professionals and commuters due to good transport links via Rochester main line station into London with several options available including the high speed links.

Motorway links are easily accessible whilst Rochester High Street is only a short distance from the property and is home to a variety of places to eat and drink as well as a number of speciality shops. The town also benefits from a range of highly regarded primary and secondary schools as well as the University for Creative Arts.

Rochester is famous for its wealth of historically important buildings including the magnificent Cathedral and Rochester Castle which dates from Norman times. The town has strong Dickensian links, celebrated in a popular bi-annual festival.




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Living Room
12’2 x 9’2
Entrance door, window to front, fire place.

Inner Hall
Stairs to the first floor.

Dining Room
12’2 x 8’9
Under stairs storage cupboard.

Kitchen
12’2 x 8’6 narrowing down to 6’6
Window to rear, range of matching wall and base units with roll top work surface over, inset sink drainer unit, space for washing machine. Door to;

Lobby
Door to rear garden. Wall mounted central heating boiler.

First floor
Stairs to the ground floor, doors to;

Bedroom One
12’2 x 9’2
Window to front.

Bedroom Two
12’2 x 8’10
Window rear. Door leading onto;

Bathroom
Window to rear, panel enclosed bath, low level W/C and wash hand basin.

Rear Garden
Mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. Shed to remain. Gated rear access.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
23 February 2018

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