A beautiful luxury Victorian terrace with the WOW factor! within a stones throw of the frequented pebble beach and the historic castle in Deal. Close to the bohemian chic town centre known for eclectic choice of art galleries and quaint cafes plus all the charm that attracts musicians, poets to those simply looking to enjoy a holiday by the sea.
Elegantly furnished in keeping with the period theme of the property whilst carefully created with some modern touches, recognised in the white against black kitchen and diner and the opulence of the grand bathroom complete with a tile set bath, his and her sinks against a back drop of light from ceiling to floor sash windows.
The modern feel to the kitchen still in keeping with the house includes glossy chequered floors, and a superbly fitted kitchen, quite the delight to create a feast. The windows that surround the property allow the natural sunlight to flood in, making every room light and airy.
The sitting room offers an elegant and stately feel with antique and modern furnishings, comfortable sofas, soft linen curtains and warming lamps.
All the bedrooms are located to the upper floors, offering a sophisticated, newly decorated elegant style with the Master bedroom offering a French twist on the Victorian décor.
Situated in a trendy popular seaside town in Kent with plenty of things to explore and enjoy.
All in all, a wonderful seaside home in the bohemian town of Deal, Kent.
3 bedrooms, 1 reception room, Independent kitchen, 2 bath/shower rooms, and off street parking at the property for 2 medium sized cars.
Enter into a grand Victorian hall with rooms leading off:
Sitting room, sofas seating 6, coffee table, occasional table, lamps, ornate gas fireplace, Flat screen TV, DVD player.
Kitchen with Diner, modern white table and chairs to seat 6 within a bay window to the kitchen. Flat screen TV, Sky television. Bar counter, gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher, microwave, extraction, fridge/freezer, plenty of storage.
1 Master bedroom, (sleeps 2) king size bed, bed side tables, fitted wardrobe, dressing table and chair, chest of drawers, arm chair and occasional table, Flat screen TV and freesat.
- Family size bathroom / suite, bath, twin sink, separate walk in shower, heated towel rail, dresser, wc. Two large bay windows.
Utility room with washing machine, dryer and cleaning facilities.
1 Twin room, (sleeps 2) two single beds, chest of drawers, hanging space.
1 Double room (sleeps 2) king size double bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers, fitted wardrobe.
- Shower room, walk in shower, wc, hand basin.
Central heating throughout, WIFI
For the historians Deal is mentioned in the Doomsday book, but evidence suggests its history goes back much further. Julius Caesar is said to have landed on the Deal- Walmer coast in 55 and 54 BC. Deal is one of the Cinque Ports and has been important in the defences of south east England throughout history. With a coastline that was permanently exposed to potential attack it was no wonder that Deal played such an important role.
There is something for everyone in Deal, fantastic independent shops, markets, delicatessens, pubs, restaurants and cafes. The actual town centre is pedestrianised which makes it an ideal place to wander and explore. Deal has a long Pier which was named Pier of the year in 2008, and the beach is perfect for soaking up the coastal scenery. Deal is a genuine Georgian town with winding streets and lovely promenade.
For sandy beaches Sandwich Bay and Broadstairs are a short drive away and are lovely to visit. Children will be keen to visit Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Parks, again just a short journey from the house and a great day out.
For garden enthusiasts there are lovely gardens at Walmer Castle and further afield the beautiful gardens a Goodnestone are quite stunning. A relaxing afternoon can be spent exploring the gardens and then enjoying the British tradition of home made afternoon tea.
Of course this area is a golfer’s paradise with the golf courses of Royal St George’s in Sandwich, Royal Cinque Ports at Deal, Hythe, Canterbury and North Foreland all within a short drive. Other sporting activities include all the water sports which you would expect to be available and many good fishing possibilities both on the coast and lakes inland.
If France beckons then why not take a ferry from Dover or the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone for a day trip.
Inland a short drive away is the historic City of Canterbury with its cobbled streets and magnificent Cathedral, many hours can be spent exploring and enjoying everything that this Medieval City has to offer.