Lot 87


Town House, High Street, Queenborough, Kent, ME11 5AA
Town House, High Street, Queenborough, Kent, ME11 5AA

A unique opportunity to purchase this four bedroom mid-terrace property believed to date circa 1730 and originally built as accommodation for the Admiralty attending civic functions at the adjacent Guild Hall, including Horatio Nelson and others. The property was later used as a country club in the 1970s and 80s but has since been used as a private residential home.

Arranged over two storeys, and with gas heating via radiators, the property is located in the High Street within close distance of the railway station and local schools and amenities.

Ground Floor

Entrance porch leading to an entrance hall, reception room, open plan living and dining room, conservatory, study, kitchen and W.C.

Lower Ground Floor


First Floor

Landing, bathroom with W.C. and four bedrooms.


Courtyard garden to rear.

Freehold with Vacant Possession


All lots are sold subject to the Common Auction Conditions and Special Conditions of Sale (unless varied by the Sellers Solicitors), together with the Addendum, which will be available on Auction Day.

* Price Information

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