About 12 Medway House
Secure entry to building with lift and stair access to private front door.
Spacious L shaped entrance hall with telephone entry system, coved ceilings, emergency call system, ceiling light, smoke alarm and wood effect ash laminate flooring. Large walk-in cupboard with fitted shelving. Doors to rest of accommodation.
Sitting / Dining Room: 3.65m x 7.7m (11’11 x 25’3)
Open plan sitting / dining room with double aspect orientation, two feature lights, coved ceiling, two wall lights, smoke alarm and wood effect laminate flooring. There is a decking area with access to the front and rear of the property, the property also benefits from having a front balcony with views over the village grounds.
Kitchen: 2.75m x 3m (9′ x 9’10)
A modern kitchen with cream gloss eye and base level units with complimentary granite effect worktops, additional breakfast bar with storage, spotlights, one and a half bowl sink with drainer and front aspect window with electric opening. integrated appliances include: waist height Neff oven with retractable opening, 4 ring hob with extractor hood above and glass splash-backs, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. There is an additional larder with eye level cupboards and concealed boiler.
Master Bedroom: 4.3 x 3.4 (14’1 x 11’1)
Good sized bedroom with built-in triple wardrobe and an additional double built-in wardrobe, built-in cupboards, coved ceiling, ceiling light, TV/FM and telephone point, carpeted flooring and front aspect window.
En Suite Wet Room:
Walk in shower with shower attachment and screen, wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and mirrored vanity cupboard above, low level WC, half tiled, heated towel rail, non-slip flooring and frosted window.
Bedroom Two: 3m x 2.8m (9’10 x 9’2)
Built-in bedroom cupboards and wardrobe, coved ceiling, smoke alarm, TV/FM and telephone point, carpeted flooring and front aspect window.
Low level bath with shower attachment and screen, wash hand basin with mirrored vanity cupboard above, heated towel rail, emergency pull cord and non-slip vinyl flooring.
Charters Towers, the manor house at the heart of Charters Village, was built around 1900 and is a fine example of the ‘Arts and Crafts’ movement, which transformed architecture and design in the 20th century.
Built originally as a gracious family house, Charters Towers became home to the Bush Davies School of Theatre Arts during the Second World War. Pupils came from around the country to study a wide range of theatre disciplines, alongside academic qualifications.
In 1967, the school opened the Adeline Gennee Theatre on the site and world renowned ballet dancers including Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev performed there.
The School closed in the late 1980s but it is still remembered fondly. A reunion in 2010 attracted more than a hundred former pupils keen to perform the school’s trademark Grand Defile once more before the site’s transformation into Charters Village began.