Tel: 01233 629 629
30 North Street, Ashford, Kent, TN24 8JR
Guide Price £300,000 - £325,000. This immaculately presented and high spec three bedroom semi detached home is situated on sought after Rolfe Lane and within walking distance of local amenities and schools. Upon entrance to this wonderful family home there is a hallway with a cloakroom, a useful storage cupboard and stairs leading to the first floor. The fashionable open plan living area is an incredibly spacious zone at the heart of this home where the family can relax together. This space is beautifully lit with windows on on all three external walls. Stunning ceramic floor tiles continue from the hallway through to the French doors at the rear of the living space. The wonderful Roma kitchen has integrated Neff appliances that include a four ring gas hob, an electric oven, a fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. There is also space and plumbing for a washing machine and a range of wall mounted and base storage units. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two of which are good sized doubles. The main bedroom features a fitted wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. A fully tiled family bathroom, with a mixer tap and a wall mounted shower, completes the first floor. The loft is fitted with a loft ladder and light. This property was built in 2019 by Pentland homes and comes with the remaining balance of the 10 year builders warranty.
New Romney is a small town in Kent, England, on the edge of Romney Marsh, an area of flat, rich agricultural land reclaimed from the sea after the harbour began to silt up. New Romney was once a sea port, with the harbour adjacent to the church, but is now more than a mile from the sea. A mooring ring can still be seen in front of the church. Like many towns on the marsh it has an impressive Norman church in the centre of town. This church originally stood at the harbourside, and its entrances are several feet below ground level. The church is also notable for the boat hooks still evident on the side walls. New Romney's historic high street has several amenities including a range of shops, takeaways, pubs and restaurants. There is a Sainsbury's supermarket close by as well as a selection of nurseries, primary schools and a secondary school. The former almshouses in West Street are noted historic buildings of Kent; they were founded in 1610 by John Southland, an important local magnate, and rebuilt in 1734. During World War II a fleet of floating concrete harbour sections (called Mulberry Harbours) were towed across the English Channel to France to aid the Allied landings. One of these harbour pieces remains, embedded in a sandbank just off the coast by Littlestone-on-Sea, and is clearly visible at low tide. Further up the coast during the Pipe Line Under The Ocean, or PLUTO, oil was pumped to France under the English Channel for use by allied troops. New Romney is easily accessible by road, sitting astride the A259 (which runs from Dover to Portsmouth). Several bus services run to and through New Romney from Hastings, Folkestone and Ashford. Ashford International train station is approximately 11 miles away, Hamstreet and Appledore stations are approximately 6 miles away.
The lovely south westerly landscaped rear garden has an extended patio and artificial grass laid to the lawn to offer a low-maintenance outside space to enjoy. There is a base and outside power points suitable for a hut tub. There is a shed for storage and gated access via the side to the front of the property. There is an additional gate at the rear of the garden which leads to two allocated parking spaces with ample visitor parking close by.
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