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Victorian townhouse, Rochester

08 August 2014
by Digby Kennard

If you love a room with a view this uncompromisingly restored Victorian townhouse with could be for you.

Interior of the restored Victorian town house at Rochester

Interior of the restored Victorian town house at Rochester

In a commanding position, the four-bedroom home in Borstal Road, Rochester, has panoramic views from the back of the house across the River Medway.

The versatile accommodation is made up of a spacious reception hall, reception room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, two cloakrooms, store room, dressing room, family bathroom and shower room. The dressing room could easily be used as a fifth bedroom if required.

Every part of the townhouse has been lovingly restored and refitted to a luxurious standard. The large main reception room has an attractive fireplace and windows with folding doors, while the spectacular hi-tech kitchen has bespoke cabinets and high quality appliances throughout.

Bordered by a brick wall with wrought iron railings, the house also has a private drive, single garage and a long back garden which is terraced over a series of level areas.

Close by are a range of state and independent schools, shops and a number of other local amenities. Trains from Rochester to London St Pancras take just 39 minutes.

The house, named St Lawrence, is now on the market with Strutt & Parker priced at £925,000.

For more information contact the agent on 01227 451123

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