£1.6m six-bedroom Georgian house for sale in the Historic Dockyard Chatham

Live within the walls of Kent’s fascinating seaside area with this six-bedroom townhouse in Chatham.

This Grade I listed building, on the market for £1.6 million, is located within the Historic Dockyard Chatham and is one of 12 properties built in 1727 for the main dockyard officials.

This six-bedroom house is part of a row of houses built in Chatham Dockyard in the 18th century. Image: Fine and Country

While the home has been updated for modern living, the Georgian architecture and original features such as traditional fireplaces, exposed hardwood floors and wood paneled walls have maintained the rich history of this beautiful family home.

The Grade I listed building is full of traditional features.  Image: Fine and Country
The Grade I listed building is full of traditional features. Image: Fine and Country

Despite being a townhouse, there is almost 7,000 square feet of space, including six bedrooms and a storage room, which could be converted into a seventh bedroom if needed, perfect for large families or those who often come to visit with friends.

There are many bedrooms, with plenty of room for a large family.  Image: Fine and Country
There are many bedrooms, with plenty of room for a large family. Image: Fine and Country
Several rooms within the property overlook the docks.  Image: Fine and Country
Several rooms within the property overlook the docks. Image: Fine and Country

You’ll also find four large attic bedrooms and three reception rooms, so there’s plenty of room to entertain.

You can even impress your guests by showing them the magnificent wine cellar, state-of-the-art movie theater and home gym.

There are three large reception rooms as well as storage rooms and four attic rooms.  Image: Fine and Country
There are three large reception rooms as well as storage rooms and four attic rooms. Image: Fine and Country
The charming wine cellar is a prominent feature of the house.  Image: Fine and Country
The charming wine cellar is a prominent feature of the house. Image: Fine and Country

When it comes to practicality, the home boasts three luxurious bathrooms, a spacious kitchen with high-end appliances and courtyard views, multiple storage rooms and a garage, as well as off-road parking options.

There are three bathrooms in total, all of which have been designed with luxury in mind.  Image: Fine and Country
There are three bathrooms in total, all of which have been designed with luxury in mind. Image: Fine and Country
The spacious kitchen had been equipped with modern appliances.  Image: Fine and Country
The spacious kitchen had been equipped with modern appliances. Image: Fine and Country

Just outside the kitchen is the delightful interior patio, which provides ample space for alfresco dining, and to the rear of the house is an immaculate 18th century walled garden.

The patio, just outside the kitchen, is a great spot for morning coffee.  Image: Fine and Country
The patio, just outside the kitchen, is a great spot for morning coffee. Image: Fine and Country
The well maintained walled garden is full of vibrant plants and shrubs.  Image: Fine and Country
The well maintained walled garden is full of vibrant plants and shrubs. Image: Fine and Country
The walled garden is a beautiful setting for outdoor entertaining.  Image: Fine and Country
The walled garden is a beautiful setting for outdoor entertaining. Image: Fine and Country

If you want to go further afield, Historic Dockyard Chatham and its incredible grounds, attractions and architecture are right on your doorstep.

With 400 years of heritage and 80 acres of grounds, including points of interest such as the ropery, the historic railway, and the HM Submarine Ocelot, all overlooking the river, you can spend hours exploring the surrounding area.

You can see the historic dockyard from this Georgian family home.  Image: Fine and Country
You can see the historic dockyard from this Georgian family home. Image: Fine and Country

For more information on this historic home, visit Fine and Country.

The shipyard is just a short walk from a number of shops, restaurants, bars and entertainment around the Chatham Marina. The Medway towns of Gillingham, Chatham and Rochester are just a few minutes’ drive away.

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