Published: 19:31, 10 October 2019
| Updated: 19:33, 10 October 2019
You may want to put your stamp on this 1930s home close to the centre of Folkestone. Or you may love it just as it is.
Less than half a mile from HS trains at Folkestone West, eight-bedroom Bromlegh stands in large gardens at Shorncliffe Road and is priced at £1.2m with Strutt & Parker.
Estate agent Strutt & Parker suggests it would be ideal for an extended family, or to develop as a bed and breakfast or holiday lettings business.
Buyers will love that while the house is well maintained, the 1930s features are untouched, including large sash windows, stained glass, high ceilings, high skirtings, picture rails and decorative ceiling roses.
Oak and leaded light glazed doors from the porch lead into the large hall with a beautiful oak staircase.
Drawing room, dining room and a sitting room, all with original fireplaces look out over the back garden and have original fitted cupboards.
The kitchen is at the front of the house and leads to a pantry, laundry room, boot room and cloakroom.
On the first floor are five bedrooms and two bathrooms. On the top floor are three bedrooms and a bathroom.
The house has gas central heating.
There’s a double garage accessed from an in-out driveway and a modern swimming pool is in an orangery. The garden is very private, with a summer house and mature trees.
Folkestone West offers High Speed services to London St Pancras in 52 minutes as well as services to Charing Cross and Waterloo.
Joe Charlton, of Strutt & Parker, says: "Bromlegh is a superb example of a classic 1930s property, with substantial and elegant rooms, large sash windows providing ample levels of natural light, and fine detailing inside and out.
"The flexible layout of the house would allow for easy division for multiple generations to live together.
"It would also offer the potential to provide additional income from bed and breakfast accommodation or holiday lets/rental."
For information ring the agent on 01227 451123.
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