About 2 Medway House
Private front door into:
Coved ceiling, Chubb alarm system, smoke alarm, large walk-in cupboard and carpeted flooring.
Double aspect with double glazed windows and doors to front and rear patio areas. Coved ceiling, wall lights, smoke alarm, carpeted flooring, media plate incorporating TV and satellite points.
Eye and base level units with complementary worksurfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Ceramic hob with extractor over, electric oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer and dryer. Coved ceiling, smoke and CO2 alarm, wall mounted gas boiler, vinyl flooring and front aspect double glazed window.
Large double glazing window to front, coved ceiling, smoke alarm, triple door wardrobe, media plate incorporating tv and satellite points, carpeted flooring.
Walk in wet room with overhead shower and hand attachment, glass panel to one side. WC with concealed cistern. Wash basin with mixer tap and cupboard underneath. Tiled walls, chrome ladder heated towel rail, mirror fronted cabinet, extractor fan and opaque double glazed window to rear.
Coved ceiling, double glazed window to the front, smoke alarm and media plate, carpeted flooring.
Enclosed bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment, chrome grab handles and shower screen. WC concealed cistern. Wash hand basin and mixer tap, cupboards underneath, partly tiled walls. extractor fan, vinyl flooring and mirror fronted wall cabinet.
Well Maintained Communal Gardens.
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.