Deal Seafront

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Deal Conservation

£195,000 Freehold

Marketed by our Walmer office

Call 01304 381155 and quote 11762937.

Main Features

  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1 Receptions
  • 1 Bathrooms


CASH BUYERS ONLY A chain free seafront flat in a convenient central position in need of modernisation, ideal for investment or holiday home.

Sitting room, kitchen/diner, bedroom, shower room. EPC Rating: E

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Full Description


Sondes Road is the one of four roads leading up to the seafront from Victoria Road, developed on the Naval yard site which closed in 1863 and transformed the area into a residential estate known as Victoria Town; a central and convenient location just off the seafront in Deal and within the extended Conservation Area where Deal's rich history can still be discovered in its winding streets and alleys. Other areas of interest include a Tudor Castle and the traditional seafront with its pier and promenade offering a flat seven mile stretch from Kingsdown to Sandown and across the sand dunes of Sandwich Bay. The town centre itself is just around the corner, comprising an eclectic mix of individual shops, galleries, bars and cafes, mixed in with some essential high street multiples and an extremely popular weekly market. Rail services are available from Deal station only a short walk away and are inclusive of the Javelin high speed link to London St Pancras.

The Property

Believed to date from the late 1800's Hughenden House is a handsome and imposing Victorian townhouse, located next to the towns historic Time Ball Tower, which has been converted into individual dwellings, some years ago. Lower Flat is positioned just above street level and still retains features of the period including high skirtings, deep coving, picture rails and cornicing as well as magnificent floor to ceiling bay windows to the principal rooms. The sitting room and kitchen/diner sit side by side at the front of the building taking full advantage of the flats seafront position. An inner hallway with built in storage leads through to a rear dual aspect shower room and a good size double bedroom with ample built in wardrobes. The property is gas centrally heated and is being sold with no onward chain.

Sitting Room

17' 5'' into bay x 11' 11'' (5.30m x 3.63m)


17' 7'' x 0' 0'' (5.36m x 0.00m) 11' 1'' (3.38m) Narrowing to 5' 0'' (1.52m)

Shower Room

8' 10'' x 6' 10'' (2.69m x 2.08m) narrowing to 5' 6'' (1.68m)


12' 4'' into bay x 11' 0'' to front of chimneybreast (3.76m x 3.35m)


Restricted on street parking is available on a first come first served basis and residents' parking permits for the immediate area are available from Dover District Council.


All mains services are understood to be connected to the property.