KINGSDOWN – GUIDE PRICE: £835,000

Aquilegia is one of two substantial arts and crafts style houses built by a well–respected local builder in 2003. The house has a lovely quiet wooded setting at the very end of Church Cliff (a no through road) with a footpath adjacent to the property leading down to the beach (approximately 300 metres)

 

 

 

 

 

A WELL PRESENTED DETACHED ARTS AND CRAFT STYLE HOUSE (BUILT IN 2003) SITUATED IN A LOVELY WOODED SETTING AT THE FAR END OF ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER ROADS IN THE POPULAR SEASIDE

 

VILLAGE OF KINGSDOWN WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE OF THE BEACH 

 

HALL    CLOAKROOM    SITTING ROOM    KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY ROOM

 

UTILITY ROOM    GALLERIED LANDING   PRINCIPAL BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM     

 

3 FURTHER  BEDROOMS (ONE WITH EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM)  FAMILY BATHROOM

 

INTEGRAL GARAGE   DRIVEWAY/PARKING AREA FOR 5-6  VEHICLES  LANDSCAPED GARDENS    EPC:  C

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION

 

A well presented detached house situated in arguably one of the most sought after roads in the popular seaside village of Kingsdown. Aquilegia is one of two substantial arts and crafts style houses built by a well-respected local builder in 2003. The house has a lovely quiet wooded setting at the very end of Church Cliff (a no through road) with a footpath adjacent to the property leading down to the beach (approximately 300 metres)

 

The accommodation comprises a spacious hall, cloakroom, double doors to sitting room with a limestone fireplace with log burning stove, double doors to kitchen/dining/family room with doors onto the rear garden, utility room. Upstairs there is a spacious galleried landing, 4 double bedrooms 2 with en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom. To the front there is an area of garden with Pine and Yew trees.  The rear garden is private and designed for low maintenance with a paved terrace and 2 sun decks. In addition there is a sloping triangular shaped wooded area belonging to the house between the main garden and the footpath, an ideal place for a tree house and zip line!

 

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 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 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 the nearest station at Walmer (1hr 15mins).

 

The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises:

 

Traditional entrance canopy, polished hardwood front door with leaded glass panels and matching side panels to:

 

HALL

 

14’8 x 8’4  including stairwell (4.47m x 2.54m including stairwell)  Radiator engineered bamboo flooring, doors to garage and key pad for burglar alarm.

 

CLOAKROOM

 

Low level toilet suite, hand basin with cupboard under, radiator, limestone mosaic tiling, inset down lights.

 

From hall glazed double doors to:

 

SITTING ROOM

 

17’6 x 12’7 (5.33m x 3.71m) View over front garden, limestone fireplace with cast iron multi fuel stove (with remote control), radiator, TV and telephone points, 2 wall light points, glazed double doors to:

 

KITCHEN/DINER/FAMILY ROOM

 

Kitchen Area  10’5 x 15’11 (3.18m x 4.85m)  Fitted with a range of cream fronted floor and wall cupboards with granite effect work surfaces, built in eye level ‘Neff’ double oven and grill, inset 5 ring gas hob with extractor canopy/light over, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, dresser unit with drawers and cupboards and illuminated display cupboard.  Under unit lighting, ceramic tiled floor, inset down lights.

 

Dining/Family Area   16’8 max x 17’7 (5.09m x 5.37m)  2 sets of double doors opening onto and giving attractive aspect over the rear garden. Vaulted ceiling with 4 Velux windows, 2 radiator, TV point, engineered ‘Bamboo’ flooring.

 

 

 

UTILITY ROOM

 

8’4 x 5’  (2.54m x 1.52m)  Cream fronted cupboard with granite effect work surface, inset stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, space for fridge/freezer, tiled floor, under stairs cupboard/larder, inset down lights, half glazed door to garden.

 

From hall pine staircase with turned newel posts and spindles rises:

 

FIRST FLOOR

 

GALLERIED LANDING

 

15’ x 14’8  narrowing to 8’6 including stairwell (4.57m x 4.47m narrowing to 2.59m including stairwell).  Window overlooking front garden, radiator, access hatch with folding ladder to roof space, airing cupboard, lagged hot water cylinder (immersion heater fitted).

 

PRINCIPAL BEDROOM

 

14’ x 12’6 (4.27m x 3.81m)  Bay window, radiator, range of built in wardrobes to one wall, TV and telephone points, door to:

 

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM

 

7’5 x 6’  (2.26m x 1.83m)  Double width contemporary style glass shower unit, WC, hand basin set in to vanity unit with drawers under, limestone effect wall tiles, inset down lights, ladder style radiator/towel rail, shaver point.

 

BEDROOM 2

 

13’3 x 12’8 (4.04m x 3.86m)  Radiator, display niche, TV and telephone points, door to:

 

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM

 

8’4 x 5’ (2.54m x 1.52m)  Double width shower cubicle, WC, pedestal hand basin, radiator, fully tiled walls, shaver point, down lights.

 

BEDROOM 3

 

12’9 x 10’ widening to 12’6 (3.89m x 3.05m widening to 3.81m) Radiator, TV and telephone points.

 

BEDROOM 4

 

12’4 x 9’10 (3.76m x 3.00m) Radiator, TV and telephone points.

 

FAMILY BATHROOM

 

8’9 x8’9 (2.67m x 2.67m)  White suite comprising panelled bath with spray mixer, pedestal hand basin, WC, corner shower cubicle, ladder style radiator/towel rail, shaver point, fully tiled walls, inset down lights.

 

OUTSIDE

 

Block paved driveway/parking area for 5-6 vehicles leading to:

 

INTEGRAL GARAGE

 

18’2 x 12’8  (5.54m x 3.86m)  Electric up and over door, door to garden and integral door to hall, light and power, built in workbench and shelving. ‘Potterton’ gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water.

 

GARDEN

 

Front garden With  secluded lower garden level to the side of the driveway. Pine and yew trees.

 

Rear garden With 2 timber decked areas and paved sun terrace, yew trees. 

 

Side garden  With tool shed and log store, outside power points, lighting and water tap.  Small triangular sloping wooded area between the main garden and the footpath.

 

DIRECTIONS

 

From Upper Street, turn up Church Cliff past the Church on your left hand side, proceed to the end of the Road, Aquilegia is the last property on the left hand side.

 

COUNCIL TAX BAND ‘F ‘

 

GAS, ELECTRICITY, WATER AND PRIVATE 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   


  • Price: £835,000 
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  • Status offer line: FOR SALE