Situated in the heart of the medieval town’s Conservation Area, benefiting from the close proximity of local shops, pubs, and restaurants and surrounded by a unique blend of similar, mainly timber beamed, Grade II listed properties. The River Stour makes a picturesque backdrop to the town centre and Quayside area with many walkways and parks and Sandwich railway station with its High Speed service to London St Pancras is only half a mile walk away. There are good transport links to London and Continental Europe. Sandwich Bay is a mile and a half to the east with three excellent championship golf courses.
A former shop premises with large window facing out onto Potter Street at the Market Street end of the road. The accommodation is behind and over the former shop and includes 2 reception rooms and one bedroom in its current configuration with shower room/WC, separate cloakroom/WC, and kitchen. The shop area itself is usable as an additional room but is only used for storage by the present owner. The downstairs reception room has a door to the rear opening out into a good sized courtyard garden area with a brick outhouse to the corner closest to the house. It is fair to say that currently the property would benefit from some refurbishments and that there is space to convert the present layout into a two bedroom format.
17' 1'' max narrowing to 16'4" x 7' 4'' (5.20m x 2.23m)
18' 7'' x 13' 3'' max narrowing to 10' (5.66m x 4.04m)
12' 2'' x 6' 0'' (3.71m x 1.83m)
15' 0'' x 13' 11'' max narrowing to 9'8" (4.57m x 4.24m)
10' 1'' x 14' 3'' (3.07m x 4.34m)
To the rear of the house is a good sized concrete covered courtyard garden surrounded by a high brick walls for good privacy. The walls are painted white so reflect the light well and there is plenty of scope for arranging planters and tubs and garden seating as required. There is a brick outhouse to one corner that might have been a former WC. A door leads from the courtyard into the rear reception room on the ground floor.