A RARE CHANCE TO ACQUIRE AN INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED AND BUILT DETACHED BUNGALOW.
SET IN GOOD SIZED MATURE GARDEN. EASY WALKING DISTANCE OF SHOPS, PRIMARY SCHOOL AND BEACH. OWNED BY THE SAME FAMILY SINCE THEY HAD IT BUILT IN THE MID 1950’S.
HALL LOUNGE DINING ROOM
3 BEDROOMS SHOWER ROOM SEPARATE WC
DOUBLE GARAGE WORKSHOP DRIVEWAY/PARKING FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES GARDEN
A rare chance to acquire an individually designed and built detached bungalow situated on a good sized plot within easy walking distance of the village shops, school and beach.
Built by the vendors’ parents in the mid 1950’s it was then passed on in the mid 1970’s and has been a family home for the last 65 years.
The property would now benefit from some updating or possible extending/remodelling, but given the lovely location and good size garden in the middle of this much sought-after seaside village, we consider it to be a well worthwhile and rewarding undertaking.
Constructed of brick under a ‘Kent peg’ tiled roof, the accommodation comprises, spacious entrance hall, lounge with open fireplace, dining room, fitted kitchen, 3 bedrooms and shower room with separate WC. The garden sits on two levels, the top level (where the bungalow sits) comprises a courtyard style patio area with a raised fish pond, greenhouse, mature shrubs, trees and grassed area. At the lower level is a double garage and workshop, grassed area, trees and shrubs.
KINGSDOWN is a former fishing village of charm and character offering a range of leisure activities. In the village there is a small selection of shops and amenities including a Newsagent/Post Office, Butcher, three Public Houses, the Church of St John’s and a Primary School (rated outstanding by Ofsted). Recreational activities include water sports and fishing along with Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Course. A further three champion golf courses are a short drive away including Royal St Georges in Sandwich (venue for the British Open). The historic coastal town of DEAL has a good variety of shopping and leisure facilities including a Summer Festival of Music and the Arts, restaurants and galleries 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. Fast Rail Link access to London St Pancras travelling from the nearest station at Walmer (1hr 15mins).
The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises:
Brick archway to porch, quarry tiled floor, oak panelled front door to;
9’7 x 9’ (2.92m x 2.74.m) Radiator, coats cupboard.
8’ x 6’5 (2.44m x1.96m) max.
17’8 x 12’5 (5.38m x 3.78m) Fireplace (functional) with decorative Dutch brick surround. Built in shelving, 2 radiators. ‘Oriel’ window with window seat, TV point.
12’8 x 8’8 (3.86m x 2.64m) Double doors on to garden and view of courtyard area and pond, radiator.
12’5 x 11’ (3.78m x 3.35m) Fitted with a range of cream lacquer fronted floor and wall cupboards with light oak effect work surfaces, Inset 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink. Built in stainless steel oven/grill. Inset 4 ring gas hob with extractor canopy/light over. Dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer. Double radiator, corner larder cupboard, door to rear garden, access hatch to roof space.
From inner hall doors to;
12’6 x 12’5 (3.81m x 3.78m) Corner window with view over front garden. Built in double wardrobe with shelving, double radiator.
9’3 x 8’10 (2.82m x 2.69m) Double radiator, built in wardrobe.
5’9 x 4’9 (1.75m x 1.45m) double width shower cubicle, hand basin, radiator, tiled walls.
From lounge door to;
13’5 x 12’6 (4.09m x 3.81m) Corner window overlooking rear garden and pond. Double and single radiators, 2 built in double wardrobes with sliding doors.
The property is approached from Upper Street via a shared private driveway belonging to Greenacre, two neighbouring properties have access over parts of it.
At the top of the drive is gravel parking/turning space for 2/3 vehicles. In addition there is a double garage and workshop, located below the property with ample room to build further garaging or possibly small additional dwelling (subject to usual planning consent).
17’4 x 16’3 (5.28m x 4.95m) Electric up and over door and side door, light and power.
17’4 x 7’10 (5.28m x 2.39m) Water damage/roof needs repairing.
COUNCIL TAX BAND ‘D’
MAINS ELECTRICITY, WATER AND DRAINAGE, GAS
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
- Price: £550,000
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: Yes
- Status offer line: SOLD