A handsome Grade II Georgian town house.
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This attractive 18th century Georgian town house is situated is a quiet street just off the seafront and in the heart of Deal conservation area. The house has been sensitively restored and styled in a pared back manner allowing the many original features to come to the fore. The main entrance opens into the hallway leading to the light-filled sitting room with its fireplace, wood-burning stove and practical in-built storage. The good-sized dining room has an open fireplace and space for a family dining table. Set to one side is the study area, decorated in a deep blue, and with built in storage. A door leads to a useful storage area with a separate front access. The kitchen offers white Shaker-style kitchen cabinets, a butler sink, marble worktops and wall panelling continuing the historical feel of this family home, and both the adjoining breakfast room and kitchen offer access to the private courtyard garden. Stairs lead down to cosy and intimate the beamed lower ground floor reception room and utility. On the first floor there are three bedrooms which are light and well-presented with wooden flooring, two ornamental fireplaces and some in-built storage. The family bathroom offers a free-standing roll top bath and vanity storage space whilst the modern shower room offers a walk-in drench shower and storage.
There is a pretty courtyard garden with shrubs and raised planters in which to enjoy a morning coffee and al fresco dining opportunities.
Deal, one of the most beautiful seaside towns in Kent, has an award-winning High Street and the accolade of being one of the best places to live in Britain. There are scenic sea views from the pebble beach and refurbished Pier which looks back at similar historical buildings to Fleet House along the seafront. Nearby Deal Castle, commissioned by King Henry VIII, is one of the finest Tudor castles in England and the Maritime Museum reveals Deals interesting past. Cobbles, winding streets and fishermans cottages stand alongside fine Georgian town houses and Deal town centre offers a vibrant and eclectic mix of shops. Deal has an active arts scene with galleries, museums, festivals and exhibitions to enjoy whilst its restaurants, bars and coffee shops along with waterside bistros offer a variety of dining opportunities including locally-caught seafood dishes. Local schools such as Warden House Primary and Sandown School are well-regarded along with Sir Roger Manwoods Secondary School in Sandwich. Deal station offers direct services to London and the City of Canterbury, Sandwich and Dover are close by with additional leisure, retail and intercontinental travel opportunities. Communication links are good with the A2/M2 easily accessible.
Head south on to the A2 and continue to follow this road for around 13 miles. At the Duke of Yorks Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Deal Road (A258) . Continue into Deal town centre. Pass the pier on the right and continue in Beach Street. North Street is towards the northern end of the road on the left handside. Park on Beach Street and walk down North Street where Fleet house is on the right.Read all
- * Close to the beach
- * lovely Georgian House
- * Beautifully styled
- * Three bedrooms
- * 2 bathrooms
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