Rochester, Gordon Terrace, ME1
Type Detached house
£750,000 ( £173,077 PW )
Freeman & Gray are delighted to offer for sale this beautiful four bedroom period property with immense charm and character. This truly impressive property has many period features and boasts plenty of space with bright and airy rooms making it a perfect family home with a variety of highly renowned schools in the area and great commuter links into London.
The light, versatile and well-proportioned accommodation makes it the perfect family home and provides ideal areas for entertaining and family living.
The entrance hall opens to the substantial open plan living/dining room, with feature fireplace. The principal reception rooms comprise of an impressive living and dining room with internal bi fold doors, attractive feature fireplaces and bay windows to the front and side.
The bright, well-proportioned kitchen features a country style kitchen. A further reception/breakfast room and cloakroom/wc room complete the lower ground floor.
Arranged over the first floor is the incredible landing, the master suite comprising of a bright and airy double bedroom served by dual aspect windows and a bay window to the front. There are two further double bedrooms and the family bathroom completes this floor.
The top floor comprises of an office/study area built-in storage and stunning views over the river. Outside the property you have a double garage to the front with an electric roller door, large wrap around garden with multiple patio seating areas which will be heavenly on those long summer days.
Rochester town centre is a short walk away with ample shops, restaurants and a mainline train station offering quick links to London for commuters (38 min St Pancras, 48 min Victoria, 43 min Cannon Street). With Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical for Boys and Rochester Grammar School for Girls within close proximity, the Kings School and St Andrews are also within walking distance of this magnificent home.
Gordon Terrace is well-positioned for professionals and commuters with good transport links via Rochester mainline station, which offers transport to London Victoria, Charing Cross, Cannon Street and a high-speed service to St. Pancras and Ebbsfleet International (Eurostar). The property also offers great access links to the A2/M2 motorway networks leading to Bluewater shopping centre, London and Dover. Rochester High Street is only a short distance from the property and is home to a variety of places to eat and drink as well as a number of speciality shops.
Situated within a short distance of the private schools of Kings and St Andrews, local state primary and grammar schools, the Vines Park, Rochester Cathedral, Castle and historic High Street with its independent shops, cafes, restaurants. Rochester is famous for its wealth of historically important buildings including the magnificent Cathedral and Rochester Castle which dates from Norman times. The Town also has strong Dickensian links, celebrated in a popular bi-annual festival. Rochester is situated on the banks of the River Medway where The Esplanade provides recreational public space as well as being a popular venue for a picturesque walk.