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Sheppey's most expensive home is listed Georgian terraced house for sale in the Royal Naval Dockyard


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If you have always thought Sheppey is simply packed with weather-beaten holiday homes and shiny new estates, it could be time to think again.

We've fired up the search engines to find the Island's most expensive home that's currently on the market - and the result may surprise you.

Naval Terrace is just a few hundred yards away from Sheerness mainline station
Naval Terrace is just a few hundred yards away from Sheerness mainline station
Period features include imposing fireplaces, log-burning stoves, exposed floorboards and timber-framed sash windows
Period features include imposing fireplaces, log-burning stoves, exposed floorboards and timber-framed sash windows

This lavish Grade II* listed terraced home certainly wouldn't look out of place in the famous Georgian squares of Bath, Brighton or Belgravia but is actually just a few feet away from Sheerness High Street.

On the market with a guide price of between £775,000 and £800,000, this elegant property sits within the Heritage Quarter of the former Royal Naval Dockyard.

There's three chic reception rooms, six splendid bedrooms, a contemporary kitchen where the whole household will love having breakfast plus enough period features to leave the residents of Downton Abbey green with envy.

What's more, there's a very private 70ft walled garden that's a real suntrap in the summer. And if that's not enough, when the sun does disappear in late afternoon, you can always head to the beach that's just a few hundred yards away.

The walled garden features an ornamental pond and barbecue area
The walled garden features an ornamental pond and barbecue area
On four floors, the accommodation adds up to more than 3,200 sq/ft
On four floors, the accommodation adds up to more than 3,200 sq/ft
This Grade II* listed Georgian terraced house has a guide price of £755,00 to £800,000
This Grade II* listed Georgian terraced house has a guide price of £755,00 to £800,000
The accommodation includes six bedroom, three elegant reception rooms and two utility rooms
The accommodation includes six bedroom, three elegant reception rooms and two utility rooms

Built in 1826, the four-floor Georgian home sits within a terrace of just eight exclusive properties constructed by the Admiralty for officers at the dockyard.

The house is in first class order throughout - ship shape and bristol fashion in fact - but there is potential to add value to the plot in the form of a detached coach house at the end of the garden.

Currently used as parking for two cars, subject to relevant planning this versatile space could be converted in to additional accommodation or office space.

The modern kitchen is just perfect for leisurely family breakfasts at weekends
The modern kitchen is just perfect for leisurely family breakfasts at weekends
The impressive family bathroom
The impressive family bathroom
There are sea views from many of the bedrooms on the top floor
There are sea views from many of the bedrooms on the top floor

If you want to find out more about this stunning family home, contact Fine & Country

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