A pretty attached Georgian town house with west-facing garden and garage in the heart of the historic Cinque Port of Winchelsea
Situated in the heart of the sought-after Cinque Port of Winchelsea and within a Conservation Area, Little Mariteau House forms part of a late 18th century Georgian mansion which has over recent years been divided in to private residences. This attractive Grade II listed town house with brick and stone elevations under a slate roof, boasts well-presented accommodation which is arranged over three floors, a very pretty and well established west-facing garden, off road parking and garaging.
Internally, attractive features include high ceilings, multi paned sash windows, some with working shutters, marble flooring with slate insets to the entrance hall, a wood burning stove in the drawing/dining room and wonderful views from attic bedroom 3.
The ground floor accommodation includes a well-proportioned drawing/dining room with marble fireplace, a west-facing conservatory with underfloor heating and French doors opening to the garden, a fully fitted kitchen with various appliances (to be agreed), a cloakroom and utility room with door to the rear garden.
A turned staircase leads up to the first and second floors where there are three attractive bedrooms, all of which have built-in wardrobe cupboards or eaves storage. The bedrooms are served by two bath/shower rooms, one being en suite and both fitted with white sanitary ware.
Little Mariteau House is approached through wrought iron gates and a shared gravel drive. The attractive west-facing garden is fully enclosed and situated to the rear of the property. A central gravel path is flanked by level lawn and borders planted with various spring bulbs. A gate leads out to the single garage, which is accessed via Kent Close.
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Delightful period home close to the coastLeanne Gammon