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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Rochester Avenue, Rochester, ME1

Sold by Us £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Close Proximity To Station
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Plenty Of Character
  • Terraced House
  • Two Receptions
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Central Heating
  • Early Viewing Advised!

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Purplebricks are proud to present this PERIOD PROPERTY OF IMMENSE CHARM AND CHARACTER located within CLOSE PROXIMITY TO ROCHESTER HIGH STREET AND MAIN LINE STATION TO LONDON. The property has a range of stunning character features from Victorian fireplaces with original tiles to panelled stained glass doors.

The property boasts an entrance porch leading into the entrance hall, lounge with beautiful Victorian fire place and bay window to front, dining room with access to the cellar, kitchen with door into the beautiful enclosed rear garden with patio area for those long summer days and rear access, two double bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Rochester Avenue is well positioned for professionals and commuters with great transport links from Rochester main line station to London St Pancras in 35 minutes (HST via Ebbsfleet and Stratford International), Victoria, Charing Cross and Cannon Street. The property also offers convenient access links to the A2/M2/M20 motorway networks leading to Bluewater shopping centre, London and Dover. 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.

Situated within a few hundred yards of the private schools of Kings and St Andrews and local state primary schools. Thorndyke Medical Surgery is in the adjacent Longley Road. Also nearby are the Vines Park, Rochester Cathedral, Castle and historic High Street with its independent shops, cafes and 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.

DONT DELAY VIEWING THIS TRULY AMAZING PROPERTY!

Lounge
13' 9 " x 9' 9 "
Carpeted, radiator, feature fireplace, bay window to front. original cornices and picture rails.

Dining Room
11' 4 " x 10' 9 "
Carpeted, radiator, feature fireplace, window to rear, storage cabinet, access to cellar.

Kitchen
8' 11 " x 7' 0 "
Window to side, range of wall and base units, stainless steel sink, radiator, access to rear garden.

Bathroom
9' 0 " x 7' 0 "
Bath with Bristan electric shower, low level pedestal, hand wash basin, window to rear.

Bedroom One
13' 1 " x 11' 1 "
Carpeted, radiator, feature fireplace, two windows to front.

Bedroom Two
11' 3 " x 8' 5 "
Carpeted, radiator, feature fireplace, window to rear.

Cellar
10' 9 " x 6' 11 "
Cellar with small window to front and lighting.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 April 2018

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