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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Church Street, Rochester, ME1

Guide Price £700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Six Double Bedrooms
  • Best Village In Kent Winner
  • Nature On The Doorstep
  • Exceptionally Large Rooms
  • Large Cellar (Possible Conversion To Gym Or Bar)
  • Over 3000 Sq Ft Of Living Space
  • Three Receptions
  • Double Garage
  • Great Access Links To The M2, M20 & M25
  • *Guide Price 700,000 - 750,000*

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
5/6 DOUBLE BEDROOMS! 3000+ SQ FT! UNIQUE CHARACTER PROPERTY! VERSATILE LIVING SPACE! DOUBLE GARAGE! MATURE REAR GARDEN! STUNNING VIEWS OVER NEIGHBOURING FIELDS AND COUNTRYSIDE! SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION! GREAT ACCESS LINKS! EARLY VIEWING ADVISED!

Purplebricks are delighted to offer for sale Cream House, a stunning period property which boasts exceptionally large rooms offering oodles of comfortable living space as well as spectacular views over the neighbouring fields and countryside. The Village of Burham was the winner of the Best Village in Kent in 2008.

In this unique property any of the six large double bedrooms could instead be used as a study, games room, office or whatever you want it to be, and the large cellar is ripe for conversion into a gym, a bar, or even a cinema room.

The property is arranged over three floors and includes six large double bedrooms, three reception rooms with bi folding doors from the lounge into the dining/drawing room, fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room (with quality granite worktops and range cooker), two large bathrooms, utility room, cloakroom/wc and a large cellar as well as a boarded out loft.

The beautiful garden has a paved terrace, covered overhead by a mature grape vine leading onto a sizable lawn with beds along its length up to decking at the rear. At the back of the garden is a recently constructed double garage (electrically operated) which has internal stairs leading to an extensive upper floor.

Cream House traces its origins to 1883, when it was built as a general grocers to the village and continued to trade up to the 1980’s. With the neighbouring small C15th cottage partially attached at the ground floor level the main building was granted permission to convert to a house in 1984 and the current owners have subsequently renovated the building to what is now a beautifully shown and most handsome residence with many of the original features having been retained.

*Guide Price £700,000 - £750,000*

Location
The village of Burham is between Rochester and Maidstone in the Medway Valley, on the slopes of the North Downs and boasts three outstanding nature reserves including Burham Down, Blue Bell Hill and Westfield Wood all a few minutes walk away. There are many facilities in the village, including a Primary School, Public Houses, Health Centre, Garage and shop. The new Peter's Bridge over the Medway from the A228 has created much easier links to the M2, M20 and M25 and access to Snodland station.

Cream House is well positioned for professionals and commuters with excellent transport links via Rochester, Maidstone, Strood, Ebbsfleet International (Eurostar) main line stations, which offer transport to London Victoria, Charing Cross, Cannon Street and a high speed service to St. Pancras. The property also offers great access links to the A2/M2 motorway networks leading to Bluewater shopping centre, London and Dover. The county town of Maidstone, just 10 minutes drive way, offers superb choice for both shopping and socialising. Rochester High Street is around 5 miles from the property and is home to a variety of places to eat and drink as well as numerous speciality shops.

Situated within a short distance of the private schools of Kings and St Andrews, local state primary and grammar schools, the Vines Park, Rochester Cathedral, Castle and historic High Street with its independent shops, cafes, restaurants. Rochester is famous for its wealth of historically important buildings including the magnificent Cathedral and Rochester Castle which dates from Norman times. The Town also has strong Dickensian links, celebrated in a popular bi-annual festival. 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.




General Information
Room sizes:
•Entrance Hall Area
•Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 20'6 x 14'1
•Lobby
•Cloakroom
•Utility Room
•Sitting Room: 22'5 at widest point x 13'5 (6.84m x 4.09m)
•Dining/Drawing Room: 22'8 at widest point x 11'0 (6.91m x 3.36m)
•Cellar: 19'6 x 14'3 (5.95m x 4.35m)
•Landing
•Bedroom 4: 15'1 at widest point x 15'0 (4.60m x 4.58m)
•Bedroom 5: 15'0 x 11'3 (4.58m x 3.43m)
•Bedroom 6: 10'8 at widest point x 10'3 (3.25m x 3.13m)
•Bathroom: 10'7 x 10'4 (3.23m x 3.15m)
•Landing
•Master Bedroom: 19'6 at widest point x 15'0 (5.95m x 4.58m)
•Bedroom 2: 19'8 x 10'10 (6.00m x 3.30m)
•Bedroom 3: 11'0 at widest point x 10'9 (3.36m x 3.28m)
•Bathroom: 10'9 x 10'5 (3.28m x 3.18m)
•Front & Rear Gardens
•Large Garage With Loft Room: 17'4 x 15'3 (5.29m x 4.65m)



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