Eight brand new three/four bedroom townhouse homes set in the heart of Rochester, just a short walk from Rochester High Street and the newly built Rochester train station.
Cobden Terrace is named after the old road which used to lead behind the building and where the old Good Intent pub used to be.
On your doorstep you have Rochester Castle, Rochester Cathedral, Upnor Castle and Chatham Historic Dock Yard. Rochester is bursting with history and it is well known for its association with Charles Dickens and hosts a variety of cultural festivals during the year, such as Sweeps, Dickensian Christmas and Castle gardens concerts.
The new townhouses are charming and very appealing. They have been built with Dickensian yellow bricks which are locally sourced from Upnor. The building features Heritage Sash white UPVC windows and Georgian style stone seals, original slate roofs and stylish black front doors. There is a well sized rear garden and parking for two vehicles with electric car charging ports.
As you enter the home you walk into an entrance hall which then leads to a kitchen diner/family room and downstairs WC. The open plan kitchen and has space for a dining/family area with laminate wood flooring throughout and French doors leading to a south east facing private garden with a patio and grass area.
The top three floors are carpeted throughout. On the first floor there is a landing which leads to the living room at the front, a double bedroom at the back and a shower room. (See sizes on the floor plan.) On the second floor there are two more large double bedrooms with a shower room. At the top of the property there is a large bathroom with a bedroom which can also be used as an office space to work from home. From this room you will notice the great views and plenty of light.
The kitchen is a fully fitted Cambri
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