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A former 'Captain's House' in a historic dockyard has emerged on the market for £1.25million.<br />
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The Grade II listed five storey residence is at the far end of a terrace of 12 properties, known as Officers Terrace, which overlook the River Medway in Chatham, Kent.<br />
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They were built by the Admiralty in the 1830s to provide homes and offices for the principal Officers of the Dockyard. The dockyard closed in 1983 and the building was used as an office before being converted into residential use.<br />
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The historic nine bedroom property has undergone a recent restoration, but retains its period features including wooden shutters and open fireplaces.<br />
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It is being sold with estate agent Fine and Country who describe it as 'Victorian elegance personified'.