Tel: 01233 629 629
30 North Street, Ashford, Kent, TN24 8JR
Price £475,000 - £500,000. Rich with character from the 1930s era with a superb view across the English Channel, this deceptively spacious, detached bungalow occupies an elevated position on The Riviera in the coastal Town of Sandgate - which is well known for its vibrant seaside community and an amazing array of facilities. The property offers a versatile layout which would allow you to personalise the accommodation to meet your own needs. From the south facing, tiered terrace there is an entrance as well as access at the side into an entrance hall. The bungalow has an exceptionally light and airy feel with high ceilings, bow bay windows and white painted original floor boards. There are three double bedrooms, a study and two reception rooms. The kitchen has an abundance of wall and base units with an inset stainless steel circular sink, 8 burner range and plumbing for a dishwasher. The floor has ceramic tiling which continues into the separate utility room where there is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer. There is a stunning contemporary bathroom with a white suite which is open plan to a shower room with a double walk in shower and separate wc.
The charming coastal village of Sandgate spans 2 kms of Kent coastline between Folkestone and Hythe. A few minutes journey from both towns by car or bus, or an easy seafront walk or cycle ride, you'll find beaches with long views over the English Channel, a high street famous for antiques and collectables, a wonderful selection of inns and restaurants including traditional fish and chips, as well as small independent shops. The Royal Military Canal starts in Seabrook and is 10m wide and 26 miles long providing some lovely walks. Although small (the parish boundary spans two miles of coast and extends inland up steep wooded hills), Sandgate has a fascinating history which embraces the times of Henry VIII, smugglers, the threat of Napolionic invasion and vital military roles in two world wars. Social reformers and celebrities of literature and the arts have made their home in the village.
The suntrap south facing terrace takes in the wonderful views of the English Channel. This is paved with ample room for table and chairs. There is a steep garden to the rear of the property which offers exciting potential to develop into a tiered manageable area with a gate leading to Vicarage Road. To the front there is a garage and in addition permit parking is available.
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