BEACH lovers have been provided the extraordinary alternative to personal a novel £700,000 seafront property – constructed into the cliff partitions.
The four-bed terraced property in Ramsgate, Kent dates again to 1850 at a time when the Ramsgate Harbour, and gives enviable views over the English Channel.
The nautical-themed property boasts 5 bogs and 4 bedrooms, and spans over three flooring with two grand balconies peering into the city the place a younger Queen Victoria used to vacation.
Regardless of its grandiose look and tastefully embellished inside, the large dwelling’s largest speaking level is its placement – being constructed sturdily into the white cliffs overlooking the seaside.
The outside of the property reveals great scalloped tiling and black and white picket accents, while the bottom flooring can also be paved with white wooden panelling and roundels all through.
Two glass panel doorways greet any would-be patrons as they stroll into the sitting room.
The room is stuffed with a double-height ceiling with aquatic home windows that mirror the ocean, and white picket panels linked to a bronze Morso woodburner.
The spacious room is decked in an oceanic color scheme, with teals and greens splashed throughout the furnishings.
A small archway can be seen – providing the primary glimpse into the part of the property carved into the rock face, and results in a storage space which may be transformed right into a guide nook or lounge space.
The kitchen is then accessed by two sides of the sitting room and showcases picket work surfaces that mix into the pure grooves and wrinkles of the cliff partitions.
Potential patrons can be wowed by the linked utility room which shows authentic caving which was as soon as used as a stone mine however now connects to the seashore the place you possibly can benefit from the pleasures of the English seaside.
There may be additionally a quaint studying room which continues the cave theme, with darkish arched ceilings and slender partitions the proper dimension for an armchair and elevated bookshelves.
The bed room on the third flooring seems to resemble the captain’s cabin of a ship, with teal blue partitions, picket panels and a wall-mounted mattress.
Unfold all through its 5 bogs, the property additionally shows giant waterfall showers and a shower overlooking the ocean – a moist room can also be accessible to get pleasure from, with fitted encaustic tiles.
Property brokers Inigo listed the property in the marketplace on Tuesday, the place it’s anticipated to fetch gives of £700,000 or extra.
Inigo wrote within the description: “Constructed into the white cliffs of Ramsgate, this four-bedroom Grade II-listed home has commanding views over the English Channel.
“Extending over 4 flooring, it’s characterised by its nautical aesthetic that merges with its Victorian heritage.
“On the entrance of the home is a terrace with a pizza oven and barbecue, good for internet hosting within the hotter months.
“The home’s location within the marina signifies that it’s totally peaceable attributable to its coastal setting but, on the similar time, near the centre of Ramsgate.”
One househunter noticed the alluring property and shared it on social media on Tuesday, writing: “Can’t fairly work out what’s going on with the rooms however it’s a cave home in Ramsgate.”
One individual commented: “Whether it is set into the cliffs, I ponder what the door within the utility room in the back of the bottom flooring opens to?”
One other joked in reply: “The bat cave, clearly. I ponder if you may get a mortgage on that?”