Wooden front door with obscure glazed panels. Radiator. Thermostat control for central heating. Deep skirting board. Inset downlighters. Exposed floorboards. Stairs to the first floor.
Sash bay window to the front. Feature brick open fire and tiled hearth. Picture rail. TV aerial. Deep skirting board. Exposed floorboards.
Timber glazed doors to rear garden. Built-in cupboard and drawer unit. Radiator. Picture rail. Exposed floorboards.
Sash window to the side. Large built-in under stairs cupboard. Matching range of wall, base and drawer units. Worktop with inset stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap. Larder cupboard. Free standing slot in cooker. Space for tumble dryer. Space for under counter fridge. Partially tiled walls. Deep skirting board. Door to Utility Room.
Sash window and wooden door to side. Wall mounted Worcester combination gas boiler. Worktop with matching base units and inset stainless steel sink unit. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Built-in pantry with shelves and obscure glazed window to the rear. Tiled floor.
Flooring is a combination of exposed floorboards, carpet and laminate flooring. Radiator. Inset downlighters. Spacesaver staircase to second floor.
Sash bay window and second sash window to the front. Period feature fireplace. Picture rail. Dado rail. Built-in cupboard. Radiator. Deep skirting board.
Sash window to the rear. Dado rail. Radiator.
Sash window to the side. Suite comprising bath with mixer tap and hand held shower attachment, separate shower enclosure with electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Radiator. Tiled walls. Vinyl walls.
Sash window to the rear overlooking garden. Dado rail. Radiator. Loft access.
Sloping ceiling with two Velux windows to the rear. Power points. Access to a dedicated storage area. Laminate flooring.
High level WC
Laid to lawn and concrete seating area. Shed. Pedestrian gate to the rear.
Whitstable, a fashionable seaside town with a bustling High Street, offers an array of individual boutiques, cafes, traditional pubs and celebrated restaurants well known for serving local seafood.
The mainline railway station (0.4 miles) provides fast and frequent links to both London St Pancras & London Victoria; frequent bus services to local towns (0.1 miles - approximately a 3 minute walk) are available in Harbour Street.
Motorway links can be accessed via the A299 (approx 1.7 miles)
We understand the attic room has been in situ prior to the year 2000 and has previously been used as a bedroom.