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5 bedroom detached house for sale

19 Seawall, Romney Marsh, Kent, TN29

Guide Price £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Family Bathroom
  • Garage
  • Possibility to extend (Subject to planning)
  • Seaside
  • Close to local shops
  • Driveway
  • Close to transport links
  • Outskirts of village
  • Shed
  • Patio

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This is a well presented large detached family home. Generous sized rooms throughout. Plenty of storage space, large loft area. Two separate garages with mains power to both, one of the garages has a brick building attached to it, also with mains power. It is currently used as a shed. The drive will accommodate 3 cars.
A private well maintained garden with a Greenhouse.

The property has been completely refurbished, it has UVPC windows (these have a slight tint). Cavity wall insulation, the loft is generously insulated throughout on the floor and the eves. A gas central heating system was added three years ago, with a programmable heating thermostat.
Access to the house is through an entrance porch, which leads into the Utility room.
Utility Room 11’ 11” x 7’4”
A generous sized utility room, with fitted work surfaces and a small wash hand basin.

Kitchen 11’ 11”x 10’3”
A generous sized fitted kitchen, with a free standing dual fuel cooker.
The French doors in the kitchen lead out into a walled gated yard, ideal for a dog.

Shower Room
A downstairs shower room with a toilet and wash hand basin.

Bedroom 5. 11’x 7’
The 5th bedroom is downstairs and is currently used as a study. It has been used as a bedroom, an ideal room for a family member or visitor who struggles with stairs.

Living Room 18’ 3”x 16’ 5” into the Bay
A generous sized family room with an open fire place and a large bay window, overlooking two aspects of the garden.
There is a door leading from the living room out through a second porch into the main garden.


Dining Room 12’ x 11’ into the bay
A separate light spacious room with a bay window. This room has been used by previous owners as a bedroom.

On the landing at the top of the first flight of stairs. A generous sized walk in an air cupboard with a window, houses the boiler, with shelving for storage.

Bathroom
A light airy room decorated to a high standard, with a large free standing roll top bath. The walls are half tiled from the floor with quartz crystal tiles. Matching free standing hand basin and toilet.

First Floor

Bedroom 1. 18’x 17’ 11” into the bay
Large master bedroom with an open fire place, a large bay window and a door leading to a balcony overlooking the garden. This room as been used by previous owners as a living room.

Bedroom 2. 14’ x 11’ 11”
A double bedroom with a bay window, with a view of the garden.

Bedroom 3. 12’ x 10’ 5”
This double bedroom is at the rear of the property.
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Bedroom 4. 11’ 7” x 9’ 11”
A double bedroom, on the side of house left side of the property.

A generous size loft which is well insulated, the eves of the loft are boarded for extra insulation. The roof is self-supporting, with potential to become an extra room.

The garden is well maintained with mature planting, a greenhouse, a raised sunny patio and raised vegetable/flower patch. One side of the house has a paved enclosed area with a gate that leads out into the main garden.

Additional Information.

M20 and mainline railway at Westenhangar local bus links are on the main road.
Dymchurch is situated between the towns of Ashford and Folkestone both of which are served by the High Speed link to St. Pancras (39 mins from Ashford, 59 from Folkestone). A few minutes’ drive to the pretty, historic Cinque Ports town of Hythe. The village centre is a 10 minute stroll along the sea wall. The beautiful sandy beach is just over the other side of the sea wall.
Local attractions include the famous Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch light railway, the stunning Lympne Castle with beautiful views of the Romney marshes and out to the sea, a bistro restaurant that serves wonderful cream teas all year round and Port Lympne Wildlife Park.
The beautiful Cathedral city of Canterbury is 30 minutes away.
Key Descriptions
UPVC double glazed windows, cavity wall insulation, porches both sides of the house. Mainly carpeted. Utility room with fittings for a washing machine, dishwasher and a tumble dryer. Gas central heating, Mains gas, Mains drainage, Wooden floors, Solid fuel open fire, Family Bathroom, Downstairs WC, Downstairs shower, Sunny garden, Lawn, Pond, Greenhouse on hard standing, a Sunny Patio area, Shed, Private Driveway.
Close to transport links, Close to local shops, Outskirts of village. Two separate Garages, Lots of storage space.
Possibility to extend (Subject to planning)



Other features:

Unique Edwardian building
Mainly carpeted
Greenhouse
Mains gas
Mains drainage
Gas central heating
Utility room
Porch
Wooden floors
Solid fuel open fire
Lawn
Pond
Sunny garden
Downstairs shower
Downstairs WC
UPVC double glazed windows

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 July 2016

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