Property Details


Views? Close to town? Opportunity of creating extra living accommodation? Yes? Then this could be the one for you. This well located maisonette with further undeveloped cellar also provides Hallway, Lounge, Bathroom, Kitchen, 3 Double Bedrooms, superb garden, glorious views and a parking space.

  • Superb Bay Views
  • Convenient Location
  • Development opportunity
  • Delightful Garden

Location/Description: Kentsea is the vast majority of an end terrace Victorian townhouse comprising of first, second and lower ground floors. The main accommodation is arranged over the first and second floors providing generous, light airy rooms with original features such as traditional doors, high ceilings, deep skirting boards, picture rails etc. The impressive, sizeable and dry cellar rooms are undeveloped and have most recently been used as a workshop/hobbies room and storage. As this level is separated from the main accommodation it would (subject to relevant planning consents) make a super air B & B perhaps or maybe accommodation for a dependant relative – there are many possibilities.

Along with the 3 double bedrooms, large living/dining room, kitchen and bathroom there is a private parking space, superb well tended and sizeable garden and simply wonderful bay views!

To reach the property proceed up Grange Main Street to the mini roundabout and turn right. Follow the one way street to the cross roads and turn right into Pig Lane, then first left into Hampsfell Road. Kentsea can be found shortly on the right hand side and is the last house of a short terrace of three.

Accommodation (with approximate measurements)

The main entrance door is located to the rear up 6 stone steps and opens to:-

The internal stair case with attractive stripped traditional door with stained glass allowing access to:-

Hallway a generous, central Hallway with deep set side window, useful bank of cloaks cupboards, attractive original spindled pitch pine staircase and stripped doors to rooms. Coved ceiling and picture rail.

Living/Dining Room 15′ 1" x 17′ 6" into bay (4.6m x 5.33m into bay) a large room dominated by the breath-taking bay views from the large bay window – simply stunning – a view to never tire of and an excellent spot for an easy chair or two. Gas fire with dark wood tiled surround and tiled hearth. Corniced ceiling and picture rail.

Kitchen 12′ 4" max x 10′ 3" (3.76m x 3.12m) with pleasant aspect to the front towards Eggerslack Woods. A good range of cream wall and base cabinets incorporating the 1½ bowl single drainer sink unit. Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine and space for oven and fridge freezer. This room can also accommodate a small breakfast table. Wood effect laminate flooring.

Bathroom with modern 4 piece white suite comprising low flush WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin on a sizeable vanitory unit with additional storage and bath with shower over and shower screen. Attractive neutral tiling to walls and 2 matching wall cabinets.

From the Hallway the attractive stair case rises and turns to the Landing with original doors to:-

Bedroom 1 18′ 8" max x 13′ 7" (5.69m max x 4.14m) a very generous double bedroom located to the rear which takes full advantage of the stunning bay views. Recessed wardrobe.

Bedroom 2 12′ 11" x 8′ 11" max (3.94m x 2.72m max) a double bedroom with recessed wardrobe and front window with outlook towards Eggerslack Woods.

Bedroom 3 9′ 9" x 9′ 6" (2.97m x 2.9m) currently utilised as a home study with some built in furniture but could also be a third double bedroom. 1 window to front and a ‘velux’ window.


Cellar 18′ 0" x 12′ 11" max (5.49m x 3.94m max) plus 18’0 x 13’5" max) (5.49m x 4.09m max) accessed externally this interesting and good sized space presents many different opportunities. The 2 steps down help with really good head height. The space is dry, has power and light and even an impressive original fireplace! Made up of two different rooms and currently used as utility/workshop space and storage. This is a fabulous Man Cave but could be a large Home Office/Cinema Room/Hobbies Room/Music Studio etc. Convert (subject to relevant planning consents) into a bijou separate dwelling. Up to you but serious bonus space!

Gardens the gardens are located to the rear and are an absolute joy – the result of years of work by the current owners – now a well stocked, colourful and well tended generous space. Accessed through the ‘secret garden door’ in the stone wall into the greenhouses/potting sheds with the garden beyond. A small, stocked, ornamental pond complete with miniature ‘Monet’ style bridge and pathway to the bottom where a useful gate to Hampsfell Car Park can be found for a more level walk into the town.

Parking there is a private parking space for one vehicle. Other parking is available on the roadside.

Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Electric heating.

Tenure: Freehold. Subject to the lease of Flat 1 Grosvenor House which has a 999?? year lease dated the 25/03/1986. Vacant possession upon completion.

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with Hackney & Leigh Grange Office.

Energy Performance Certificate: The full Energy Performance Certificate is available on our website and also at any of our offices.

Residential Lettings: If you were to purchase this property for residential lettings we estimate it has the potential to achieve £850 – £900 per calendar month. For further information and our terms and conditions please contact our Grange Office.

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