KINGSDOWN – GUIDE PRICE; £525,000

An extremely rare chance to acquire one of the much sought after ‘South Road’ cottages. Situated in a lovely location just a stone’s throw from the sea with a sunny south facing aspect and uninterrupted views over privately owned wildflower meadow designated as a site of special scientific interest which together with the road is jointly owned by the residents of South Road. Beyond this is a view of the Channel and Iconic White Cliffs.

AN EXTREMELY RARE CHANCE TO ACQUIRE ONE OF THE MUCH SOUGHT AFTER SOUTH ROAD COTTAGES SITUATED IN A LOVELY LOCATION JUST A STONE’S THROW FROM THE SEA

OVERLOOKING A PROTECTED WILD FLOWER MEADOW WITH VIEWS OF THE CHANNEL AND HEADLAND 

SITTING ROOM        DINING ROOM     KITCHEN    UTILITY AREA

BATHROOM        2 BEDROOMS       CLOAKROOM

FRONT PATIO SEATING AREA        REAR GARDEN       PRIVATE PARKING

EPC:  D 

DESCRIPTION

An extremely rare chance to acquire one of the much sought after ‘South Road’ cottages.  Situated in a lovely location just a stone’s throw from the sea with a sunny south facing aspect and uninterrupted views over privately owned wildflower meadow designated as a site of special scientific interest which together with the road is jointly owned by the residents of South Road.  Beyond this is a view of the Channel and Iconic White Cliffs. 

Believed to be built in the 1880’s the cottages were originally occupied by local fisherman but from the 1920’s they have been much in demand as the Ideal seaside holiday home, many have never come on the open market being passed down through families.  It is therefore very rare for one to come up for sale.

The ground floor comprises a sunny south facing sitting room with a bay window giving a lovely view over the wildflower meadow and to the Channel and Cliffs. Beyond this is the dining room, kitchen, utility and bathroom.  On the first floor are 2 bedrooms, the main one having uninterrupted views over the Meadow, Channel and Cliffs.  There is also a cloakroom at this level several neighbouring properties have converted the attic into further accommodation, this would be possible of ‘Bosun Cottage’ (subject to the usual consent). 

To the front of the cottage is a small garden area, to the rear is a private courtyard style garden with shingle, seating area and tool shed.  A pedestrian gate opens to a pathway leading to the beach. 

KINGSDOWN is a former fishing village of charm and character and offers a range of leisure activities.  In the village there is a small selection of shops and amenities including a Newsagent/Post Office, Hairdresser, Butcher, three Public Houses, the Church of St Johns and a Primary School (rated outstanding by Ofsted).  Recreational activities include water sports and fishing along with the Kingsdown Golf Course.  The historic coastal town of DEAL has a good variety of shopping and leisure facilities yet still retains much of its character as a former maritime town.  DOVER, with its docks and cross-Channel services, is seven miles away, offering fast access to the Continent and fast Rail Link access to London St Pancras travelling from nearby Walmer (approx.2.5 miles) takes just 1hr 20mins. 

The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises:

Double wooden door into;

STORM PORCH

Coat hanging space, wall mounted post box and quarry tiled floor. Wooden stable door with glazed panel into: 

SITTING ROOM

Fireplace with inset cast iron wood burner and York stone hearth, cupboards and shelving flanking the chimney breast, wood panelling to dado. TV point, double radiator, large bay window to front with views over the meadow to the sea beyond. Internal window to dining room, telephone point, stripped pine door to: 

DINING ROOM

Stairs to first floor, painted wood panelling to dado, double radiator, cupboard housing fuse board, window to rear overlooking the garden, small under stairs cupboard. Stripped pine door into; 

KITCHEN

Range of floor and wall cupboard, marble effect work surfaces with inset ceramic 1 ½ bowl sink, inset four ring gas hob with electric oven below, extractor over. Quarry tiled floor, 2 radiators, stable door with single glazed panel to the rear garden. Opening into: 

UTILITY AREA

Quarry tiled floor, work top with inset stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for washing machine under and shelving over, coat hanging space, stable door with glazed panel to the rear garden. 

BATHROOM

White suite comprising WC, with concealed cistern, bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, hand basin, inset ceiling down lighters, painted wood wall panelling, quarry tiled floor, double radiator.

 FIRST FLOOR

LANDING  Access to loft space. 

BEDROOM 1

Double radiator, pine fireplace with inset cast iron grate, double wardrobe, 2 sash windows to front giving superb uninterrupted views over wildflower meadow to the sea and the White cliff headland. 

BEDROOM 2

Window to rear, double radiator, built in cupboard, further integrated cupboard with shelving, painted wood panelling to one wall. 

CLOAKROOM

White suite comprising WC, hand basin set into a vanity unit, wall mounted ‘Worcester’ gas fired boiler, extractor fan. 

OUTSIDE FRONT

Patio area with screening shrubs and wrought iron railings, outside light. 

OUTSIDE REAR

Courtyard area with variety of climbing plants to one side opening into rear garden laid to shingle with pedestrian gate to the rear with path leading to the beach.  Tool shed, outside light. 

COUNCIL TAX BAND ‘D’

MAINS GAS, ELECTRICITY, WATER AND DRAINAGE

VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT WITH THE AGENTS MARSHALL AND CLARKE

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VARIOUS APPLIANCES AND SERVICES HAVE NOT BEEN TESTED BY MARSHALL AND CLARKE

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  • Price: £525,000 
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  • Status offer line: SOLD