Period: Georgian Description: Townhouse and uninhabited outbuilding Features: flagstones, wooden floors, Oriel bay window, shutters, curved door. Outbuilding has exposed brickwork, derelict look and feel Decoration: ‘country house’ look, heritage paint colours (Farrow and Ball) Located in the historic city of Rochester with views to the castle, cathedral, River Medway and the Historic Dockyard Chatham, this Georgian period townhouse, originally a shop with accommodation above, is now fully converted and restored to a family house set over four floors, retaining all original features. Decorated in a sympathetic style to match the period including flagstone and wooden floors, it has a mix of traditional and contemporary furnishings and fittings. The overall feel and look of the decoration is ‘country house’, using heritage colours (all Farrow and Ball). Total square footage is approximately 6,000 square feet. The driveway (105 square metres) is on a gradient. The split level, walled and flagged courtyard garden has a small lawn area with a brick potting shed. A derelict outbuilding, requiring renovation, lies within the curtilage. For location shoots: • Additional space other than shoot rooms for storing of props and equipment • Excellent natural light, tone and atmosphere • Allow decoration (upon consultation) • Plenty of parking on driveway • Close proximity to many transport links (rail and motorway) – 5 minutes walk from Rochester Station with fast links to London (35 minutes) • Wifi
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