Colebrook Sturrock & Co - Walmer
17
The Strand
Walmer
Deal
Kent
CT14 7DY
01304 381155
WalmerGuide Price £695,000
Main Image
Photo 17- click for photo galleryPhoto 3- click for photo galleryPhoto 15- click for photo galleryPhoto 1- click for photo galleryPhoto 10- click for photo galleryPhoto 14- click for photo galleryPhoto 4- click for photo galleryPhoto 6- click for photo galleryPhoto 12- click for photo galleryPhoto 5- click for photo galleryPhoto 8- click for photo galleryPhoto 11- click for photo galleryPhoto 13- click for photo galleryPhoto 2- click for photo galleryPhoto 16- click for photo gallery
Sold STCColebrook Sturrock & Co - Walmer - 01304 381155WA8238
An attractive and elegant Grade II Listed property with impressive accommodation, set in the prestigious South Cavalry Barracks development. Sitting room, kitchen/dining room, cloakroom, three bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms, rear garden, off road parking. EPC Rating: N/A

Situation
Halliday Drive forms part of the Cavalry Barracks development, a stunning conversion of one of three local Royal Marine Barrack sites, part of the Walmer Seafront Conservation Area and just a short walk from the pebble shoreline. There are a good range of local shopping facilities available on The Strand at Walmer, with more comprehensive facilities available in Deal. This traditional coastal town has a rich history, providing a wide range of amenities including an award winning high street with a pleasing mix of individual shops, restaurants and cafes. The town provides plenty of period charm with its delightful historic quarter, a Tudor Castle and Grade II Listed pier. Its two mile promenade is ideal for cycling and walking.  The mainline railway service includes the high speed Javelin link to London St Pancras.

The Property
South Barracks was the home of cavalry and infantry units from 1795. In 1896 land to the west was acquired, and used as drill and playing fields. It is believed that the Jubilee Gates added to the Dover Road entrance commemorate Queen Victoria's Jubilee in 1887. Many buildings including Number 4 are Grade-II Listed because they represent historic examples of the country's first purpose-built military barracks. However, the original open spaces have been retained and can be enjoyed by the residents on site. Number 4 is an inner terrace, Grade II Listed property, with surprisingly generous and unexpected proportions, together with superb ceiling height, making this is a handsome property of great stature. The entrance hall, with a cloakroom, opens to a spacious sitting room with a fireplace remaining the focal point. The kitchen sits towards the rear with plentiful units and fully integrated appliances as well as space for a table offering dining options. A rear hallway provides access to the garden, has ample storage space and stairs to the first floor. A wide landing gives access to the loft space and the first floor provides three excellent double bedrooms with fitted wardrobe space and ensuite shower room to the master bedroom. A further family bathroom of a good size is on this level.
Website Design and Estate Agency Software By Expert Agent
Expert Agent Estate Agency Software