Brompton Village is probably one of Medway's best kept secrets. Located only a stones throw to Chatham Historic Dockyard. Residents could look down the hill and watch as hms Victory was being built. This elegant Grade ll listed Georgian home is from that very era. All the mansions in Prospect Row were individually built and vary in size, this being one of the larger builds which not only offer more but also larger rooms amounting to almost 3,000 sq ft. There is also the bonus of the rear self contained annexe which would be ideal for a dependant relative, noisy teenager or indeed extra income if rented. The splendour of this four/five bedroomed home cannot be overstated. The period features blend seamlessly with all that’s required for modern living, the neighbourhood has a strong and vigorous community spirit. Local shops are close by as is good schooling, public transport and mainline stations with hi-speed services to London, which are approximately a 20 minute walk to either station. For drivers the link road via the tunnel to the motorway system is a few minutes distance, Ebbsfleet International and Bluewater shopping centre are approx. 20 minutes by car. No Onward Chain. Highly Recommended.
Timber Panelled door to vestibule, unique coloured leaded light glazed inner door
hall: Oak strip flooring, stairs up and down, half panelled walls, radiator
study: 14’10 x 9’6, deep fire opening with alcove cupboards, fitted carpet, deep original sash window to front
cloakroom: Low level w.c, hand basin, storage cupboard
drinks room: Oak faced cupboard with wine rack, sash flank window with oak flooring
boiler cupboard: Housing pumped system for central heating and hot water (boiler replaced in 2018)
lounge: 17’1 x 14’10, well lit via deep sash windows to side and rear, fitted carpet, radiator, fire with timber surround, stone hearth
first floor landing: Balustrade fitted carpet
bedroom: 17’3 x 14’10, deep sash window to rear overlooking rear gardens, cast iron open fire, timber surround
en-suite: Shower with glazed cubicle, low level w.c, wash basin, small flank window
bathroom: Deep white bath, low level w.c, pedestal wash basin, flank window, radiator
bedroom: 18’2 x 18’1, two deep sash windows to front, fitted carpet, open fire, one wall of fitted wardrobes
en-suite: Large glazed corner shower, pedestal wash basin, low level w.c, radiator, part tiled walls, deep airing cupboard, vinyl flooring
second floor landing: Deep sash window to rear
bedroom: 16’4 x 12’11, cast iron fireplace, fitted carpet, deep sash window to rear, deep wall cupboard
bedroom: 25’10 x 19’1, two deep sash windows to front, radiator, fitted carpet, corner wardrobe cupboard, access to loft space
lower ground floor: Tiled flooring to hall
dining room: 16’5 x 12’, herringbone hardwood flooring, fire surround with electric fire, glass block bricks to front, elevated window
inner workshop: Timber bench, tiled floor
laundry room: Washing machine etc, tiled flooring
kitchen: 15’11 x 12’1, pastel shades to wall and base cupboards, ample worktops, built-in electric oven, recessed larder cupboards, deep recess housing gas fired Aga stove, wide window to rear also part glazed new door, deep exterior store cupboard, steps to garden terrace.
Annexe: Access via the garden with its own side alley if required.
Kitchen: 11’5 x 7’10, ample space and fully equipped, underfloor heating, window to front, door to shower room and w.c, stairs to upper level
bedroom: 14’2 x 7’11, deep window to front, fitted carpet
exterior: Front: Small forecourt rear garden: The garden is a delight and was featured in the “Yellow Book” for the National open Garden Scheme, being largely walled with an abundance of shrubs, plants, a mature fig tree, small pond/water feature and flag stone seating areas.