ENTRANCE LOBBY/BOOT ROOM HALL CLOAKROOM
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY ROOM PANELLED SITTING ROOM
TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS WITH DOORS ONTO BALCONY
4TH BEDROOM (CURRENTLY A DRESSING ROOM) FAMILY BATHROOM
SEPARATE WC & UTILITY ROOM
2ND FLOOR SUITE COMPRISING BEDROOM & SITTING ROOM WITH BALCONY,
ENSUITE BATHROOM & WC
DRIVEWAY PARKING FOR 4 CARS DOUBLE GARAGE & ADJOINING WORKSHOP/GYM
LANDSCAPED GARDENS TERRACES COURTYARD WITH 3 STOREROOMS
PAVED SUN TERRACE LAWN WITH MATURE TREES FRAMING VIEW GATE TO BAY HILL (LEADING TO BEACH)
An exceptional 1930’s character property, beautifully presented and situated in a stunning location with outstanding views from every principle room over the bay and across The Channel to France.
Granville Road is arguably one of the most sought-after roads in the Bay, tree lined with an interesting mixture of substantial detached properties maximising on this very special location.
Berkeley is a well-built property constructed of brick with painted pebble-dash elevations under a clay tiled roof with double glazed windows. The house benefitted from a major renovation project in the late 1990’s, at which time the ground floor rooms were remodelled to create a large open plan layout (ideal for modern family living and entertaining), with polished marble floors and underfloor heating. The joinery throughout the house was replaced with quality hardwood, including panelled doors, wide architraves, deep skirtings and moulded cornices, and in particular bespoke panelling, book shelving and cupboards to the sitting room.
Whilst the house was already impressive, the current owners have taken it to another level. Improvements include the creation of an inviting entrance lobby with oversized glazed doors both front and back which provide a welcoming sea view, the kitchen has also been remodelled, bathroom fittings upgraded and a glass balcony has been added to the top floor suite. The rear gardens and approach have been landscaped to create a series of terraces with ragstone walls, and the main seaward facing garden has been levelled to create an infinity styled lawn area with established flowering borders, which further enhance the exceptional sea view, picture framed by mature trees.
The village of St Margaret’s at Cliffe offers local shopping facilities with a post office, two pubs/restaurants, tea rooms/bar, doctor’s surgery with pharmacy, newsagent/general store, primary school (Ofsted rated as ‘outstanding’) and churches. The Bay itself is sheltered for bathing, fishing, sailing etc. The cliff top to either side of The Bay is mainly in the care of the National Trust and offers some delightful walks and the South Foreland Lighthouse. There is also the Pines Gardens with its museum and tearooms. Popular golf courses at nearby Kingsdown and Deal with St George’s at Sandwich (venue of the British Open). The Cathedral City of Canterbury offers an excellent shopping centre together with leisure interest, theatres and county cricket. Excellent links to the Continent via the Port of Dover, the Channel Tunnel and Eurostar from Ashford and London (St Pancras), 75 minutes from Martin Mill station (approx. 2 miles).
The accommodation comprises;
Glazed panelled door to:
Coat hanging space, glazed door to rear garden and ½ glazed door to:
Under stairs cupboard.
WC with high level cistern and hand basin.
A lovely light and airy space with triple aspect and glazed double doors opening onto the terrace, giving a lovely view out over the garden and the Channel beyond.
Fitted with a range of contemporary style cream lacquer fronted floor and wall cupboards with polished granite work surfaces. Inset double bowl sink, built-in stainless-steel oven, microwave and coffee machine, integrated fridge/freezer, wine fridge and dishwasher. Induction hob with inset pop up extractor, inset downlights, LED kick plate level and under work surface lighting. Cupboard housing gas fired boiler.
Ample room for a large table, archway to family room with door to garden. Wide opening to:
Beautifully fitted with a range of bespoke mahogany panelling, bookcases, cupboards and fireplace. Double aspect with window seat and glazed double doors to the garden giving a lovely view of the garden and Channel beyond.
From hall, wide staircase with half landings rises to;
Galleried Landing. Double radiator.
Double aspect with lovely view over the garden and Bay to the Channel. Glazed double doors to balcony. 2 double radiators, painted timber fire surround with cast iron inset.
Double aspect with lovely view of the garden, Bay and the Channel. Glazed double doors to balcony, 2 radiators.
DRESSING ROOM/BEDROOM 3
Currently arranged as 2 adjoining dressing rooms with a range of built in wardrobes, hanging shelves and drawers, double radiator.
Beautifully appointed with polished marble wall and floor tiles, underfloor heating. Free standing bath, hand basin, walk in shower cubicle, nickel plated towel rail. Shaver point, 2 wall light points.
‘Belfast’ sink, cupboard, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
WC with high level cistern, corner hand basin with cupboard under.
From landing staircase to:
GUEST SUITE /BEDROOM 4
Arranged as a bedroom/sitting room with 2 sets of bi-fold doors opening onto a glass fronted balcony giving a superb panoramic view over the Bay and Channel, 2 double radiators. Cupboard housing second gas fired boiler.
Marble tiled floor and walls. Contemporary style bath, hand basin, walk-in shower. Nickle plated towel rail, double radiator, shaver point, 2 wall light points.
WC, hand basin, radiator.
Block paved driveway/parking for 4 cars.
19’6” x 19’3” (5.94m x 5.87m) Electric roller door, light and power, opening to;
15’9 x 7’3 (4.80m x 2.21m) Electric roller door, light and power.
The garden area between the parking/garage area has been landscaped to create a series of easy to maintain terraces planted with a variety of shrubs and hedging. Sandstone retaining walls. The rear garden enjoys a superb backdrop of the Bay and Channel to the coast of France. A large, paved terrace runs the width of the house with balustrading and steps leading to a level lawned area, framed by mature trees and borders planted with a variety of shrubs and specimen trees. A path leads down to a gate onto Bay Hill leading to the beach.
Adjacent to the garage is a concrete hardstanding area, ideal to site a home office.
COUNCIL TAX BAND ‘G’
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.
- Price: £1,250,000
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2