Published: 00:00, 20 June 2014 |
Updated: 08:25, 20 June 2014
With a wide expanse of beach, boutique shops and bistros on your doorstep, it’s little wonder that Walmer and Deal make an increasingly fashionable enclave.
In a former 18th century marine barracks overlooking the parade ground, North Barracks House is a modern property built during the redevelopment of the site.
This part of the North Barracks site was largely made up of officers’ housing, a guardhouse
Four-bedroom North Barracks House is very much of the Georgian style, with bold, yet elegant symmetry, large sash windows and sitting behind almost stately wrought-iron railings.
The ground floor layout is flexible and adaptable in its use, and includes a dining room which is open to a bright and welcoming reception hall, a large living room which adjoins a conservatory, a kitchen and adjoining breakfast room and utility room. Finally, before heading upstairs, there is a cloakroom.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master bedroom including a large range of fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room.
Two of the guest rooms are both large double rooms, while the fourth bedroom is a comfortable single bedroom or study. The guest rooms are all served by the family bathroom, which also has a shower cubicle.
Approached along a private and no-through, residential road, North Barracks House has off-street parking for two cars in addition to a garage and unrestricted parking to the front.
As part of the former officers’ quarters, the properties here are screened and protected from the public eye by a large and original brick wall which borders the back garden.
Access is via North Barracks Road and the guardhouse, imparting a feeling of security and exclusivity.
Both the kitchen and conservatory open out on to the garden, which lies to the back of the property. It has a sunny, decked area and a lawn with planted borders.
North Barracks House, North Barracks, Walmer, near Deal
For more information ring the agent on 01227 456645.
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