This mid-terraced period property which is located in a most popular area just off Cliffe High Street, offers a wealth of
character, with many original characteristics including exposed timber ceilings and feature fireplaces.
The wooden entrance door opens into a reception hallway with stairs to first floor. On the right is a door into the sitting room with shelving either side of the chimney breast and stripped wooden floor. A further door leads into the kitchen and dining room which has a tiled stone floor, range of modern floor and display units, one and half bowl inset sink unit, solid wood work surfaces. Further larder cupboard and door to the rear garden.
Downstairs shower and bathroom which has a white suite with corner shower, low level WC and wash hand basin. On the first floor is a part galleried landing with a separate WC, bedroom three is located at the rear of the property and overlooks the rear garden. Bedroom two has a fireplace and built in storage. Stairs lead to the second floor master bedroom and there are exposed timber walls with double aspect and recessed spot lighting with storage area. Gas central heating installed.
Outside there an attractive fenced and walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn but also has a patio seating area. There are two garden sheds
at the far end.
The property is situated within the historic core of the town, a few minutes walk to the recently pedestrianised Cliffe High Street
with its vibrant mix of independant shops, resraurants, pubs and the famous Harvey’s Brewery and Bills Restaurant.
Asking price: £435,000. For more information contact Rowland Gorringe on 01273 474101