Mill Race is situated beside the River Dour in Crabble. It is conveniently located on the outskirts of Dover with easy access to; picturesque Kearsney, Whitfield and the seafront. Highlights of Dover and the surrounding area include Dover Castle spectacularly towering above the town and a £30 million redevelopment project in the St James' Street area which has recently opened, providing new retail units, restaurants and a cinema. The seafront has a promenade and pebble beach providing a hub for watersports, in particular a sheltered training ground for Channel swimmers. The Western Harbour area is also undergoing a period of transformation with considerable investment being used to create a new marina, pier and ‘curved arm’ which will attract a host of cafes, bars, and restaurants.
Whitfield lies to the north offering main brand superstores, with the A2 connecting to the Cathedral City of Canterbury. Kearsney Train Station is a few moments walk away.
Mill House is a wonderful conversion of an original Nineteenth Century Paper Mill. This period building was redeveloped just after the Millenium and is not only striking but stays true to its origins with industrial beauty. The main entrance is formed by a large internal courtyard with open contemporary staircases, painted RSJ’s and a roof covering of white sails.
Number 25 is situated on the first floor and is an exciting, well proportioned duplex apartment. The accommodation is light and airy with vaulted ceilings and large double glazed wooden windows. The apartment reflects its converted warehouse status with interesting features and the living accommodation fashionably open plan. This area features high ceilings with doors opening onto a private balcony. The kitchen is an excellent size with plenty of fitted cabinets, an integrated cooker, washing machine and a breakfast bar. There is also a useful downstairs cloakroom with utility combined.
A discrete turned staircase with viewing gallery leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom with overhead shower fitting. Both bedrooms have inbuilt wardrobes and one has sliding doors opening onto a second balcony, with emergency access.
5' 10'' x 3' 8'' (1.78m x 1.12m)
L-shaped 5' 5'' max x 5' 9'' max (1.65m x 1.75m)
L-shaped 18' 9'' max x 18' 6'' max (5.71m x 5.63m)
9' 2'' x 4' 3'' (2.79m x 1.29m)
11' 7'' x 8' 11'' (3.53m x 2.72m)
7' 6'' x 6' 0'' (2.28m x 1.83m)
11' 3'' x 9' 3'' (3.43m x 2.82m)
12' 4'' x 6' 8'' (3.76m x 2.03m) widening to 8' 3'' (2.51m)
18' 11'' x 4' 9'' (5.76m x 1.45m)
Communal gardens can be found all around the building, with lawns, a tree lined water feature and a bridge over the river. The grounds appear well maintained for the enjoyment of all residents. The walled car park provides one individually allocated space with additional guest parking. There is bicycle storage within the secure reception area.
All mains services are understood to be connected to the property.
TENURE & MAINTENANCE CHARGES - 999 year lease from 25th March 2002. Ground Rent - £50 per annum. Service Charge – £562 per quarter. Maintenance Charge - £105 per quarter.