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On the market: 1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent

1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent
1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent

It doesn’t look much from the outside, but someone has done a lovely job renovating this 1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent.

1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent
1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent

That’s the big selling point here, align with a location that is just two minutes walk from the beach at Whitstable. You can also get to London is just over an hour too, should that be a concern.

1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent
1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent

But let’s focus on the house, which uses the original 1960s design, but adds some contemporary and understated style in there too. For example, there’s a kitchen with Tintab work surfaces, stripped lime washed timber flooring, bespoke glazing and a bespoke steel and timber front door. The property has also been fitted with a new boiler and radiators too.

1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent
1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent

As for the layout, you get an open-plan kitchen / living / dining room, three bedrooms, bathroom and a large loft space, which is said to have potential for a fourth bedroom. Outside, you get courtyard gardens and two off-street parking spaces to the rear of the property, along with a garage.

1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent
1960s Child Brothers-designed three-bedroom townhouse in Whitstable, Kent

£315,000 is the asking price.

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