Est. Mortgage £1,226 per month
This exquisitely presented, Victorian town house arranged over three floors has been thoughtfully renovated by an interior designer. Nestled on Rodney Street, there are several amenities within a small radius, these include but are not limited to, Waitrose, Ramsgate's Royal Harbour, High speed train links to London and beautiful cliff-top walks. The moment you walk through the threshold you will appreciate the vendors attention to detail; with new wooden hand-painted floors, new double-glazed windows sash windows, rewired, new central heating system and new roof, plus new carpentry and Farrow & Ball hues throughout. The house is currently owned by an author and poet and is a perfect proposition for an immediate move for a London-based commuter, Airbnb holiday let, or second home. Accommodation opens directly into a large bay-fronted through-lounge with a wonderful fireplace and ornate wood burner. To the rear is a fitted breakfast bar, ideal for morning coffee and the newspaper or a work station. Adjacent to the lounge is the kitchen with it's contemporary oak and stainless steel finish with open wall shelving. Down to the lower ground floor and you land in the first of three double bedrooms with clever alcove book shelving and spot lighting. Venture to the first floor and you'll find the immaculate shower room with contemporary fittings on the split-level landing. From here you have the second bedroom with large built in cupboard and the large master bedroom to the front of the building. Designer cupboards feature in here. Externally there is a southerly facing courtyard garden finished with shingle. Call Miles & Barr today on to arrange your viewings now!!!Ramsgate is situated on the southerly aspect of the Isle of Thanet and benefits the country’s only Royal Harbour, its status being granted by King George 1V in 1821. The distinctive and beautiful harbour has a vibrant yachting community alongside some commercial activity and was where the Little Ships evacuation of Dunkirk set out from in 1940. The town is enjoying something of a Renaissance with its large amount of Grade II Listed property, many set within elegant Regency squares, or overlooking the sea, others with links to or influenced by the architect Augustus Pugin. In recent years the Royal Harbour has seen many restaurants, cafes and bars emerge alongside quirky independent retail outlets, some utilising the arches on the quayside beneath Royal Parade. The town is steeped in history with associations to many well known figures including Queen Victoria, Karl Marx and Vincent Van Gogh as well as having a fascinating network of tunnels beneath the main centre. The fortunes of the town have been hugely assisted by the recent addition of a high speed rail link to London St Pancras making a commute for many a viable option.EntranceLounge (8.23m x 3.96m (27'0 x 13'0))Kitchen (2.26m x 2.01m (7'5 x 6'7))Lower Ground FloorBedroom (3.96m x 3.35m (13'0 x 11'0))First FloorBedroom (3.91m x 3.35m (12'10 x 11'0))Bedroom (3.78m x 2.39m (12'5 x 7'10))BathroomExternalRear Garden
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