Offered to the market is this stunning 1930's bay fronted, END OF TERRACE home. The property has been EXTENDED by the current owners and benefits from a brand new, MODERN FITTED KITCHEN!
- 1930's Bay Fronted Home
- End of Terrace
- Extended Kitchen
- Well Maintained Throughout
- Approx 120ft Rear Garden
- Desirable Location
RoomsGROUND FLOOR Entrance Porch:
Double glazed entrance door to front. Door to hallway.Entrance Hallway:
Radiator. Under stairs storage cupboard. Smooth ceiling. Wooden flooring. Stairs to 1st floor. Doors to lounge & breakfast room.Lounge/Diner: 7.04m x 3.34m
Double glazed bay window to front. Radiators x 2. Smooth coved ceiling. Wooden flooring. Double glazed French doors to rear, leading to garden.Kitchen: 4.24m x 2.66m
Double glazed window to rear. Range of wall & base units with work surface over. Inset sink with drainer. Integrated oven. Integrated electric hob. Extractor fan. Integrated dishwasher. Space & plumbing for appliances. Splashback. Smooth ceiling with inset lighting. Tiled flooring. Door to garage.Breakfast Room: 2.75m x 2.13
Double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Smooth coved ceiling. Wooden flooring. Door to kitchen. Double glazed door to side, leading to garden.FIRST FLOOR Landing:
Double glazed window to side. Radiator. Smooth coved ceiling. Carpet. Doors to:-Bedroom One: 4.10m x 3.13m
Double glazed bay window to front. Radiator. Smooth ceiling. Carpet.Bedroom Two: 3.45m x 3.13m
Double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Smooth ceiling. Carpet.Bedroom Three: 2.56m x 1.87m
Double glazed window to front. Radiator. Smooth ceiling. Carpet.Bathroom: 1.78m x 1.87m
Frosted double glazed window to rear. Panelled bath with shower over & part glass surround. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level W.C. Fully tiled walls. Tiled flooring.
ExteriorTo the Front - Driveway with space for 3 vehicles & access to garage.
To the Rear - Approx 120ft rear garden. Mostly laid to lawn. Brick built store room to front. Fully fenced to sides & rear.
Other FeaturesThe Medway town of Rochester is steeped in history, with quaint little boutiques, cafés and restaurants in a medieval setting. Rochester is also home to the famous Sweeps and Dickens festivals – celebrating folklore and famous connections. The town’s other attractions include Rochester’s castle, The Guildhall Museum and Rochester Cathedral.
Rochester enjoys a high speed rail service to London St Pancras, with journeys taking around 34 minutes. The town is well linked to the A2/M2, the A229 and the M20 road networks.
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