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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Nelson Road, Whitstable

Sold STC £535,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning three to four bedroom family home
  • Beautifully presented throughout
  • Loft room overlooking golf course
  • Good-sized garden
  • Enviable location
  • Close to local amenities
  • Close to good schools

Full description

A delightful three bedroom period home found in a highly sought after and desirable central Whitstable location. The accommodation is arranged over three floors with a lounge/diner, a large kitchen/breakfast room, a utility area and a shower room to the ground floor. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom with a spiral staircase leading to a loft room. The property has been maintained in excellent condition and boasts many appealing features including stripped floors and internal doors, attractive fireplaces and bi-folding doors from the breakfast area to the garden.
The rear garden has a decked patio and is mainly lawned and stocked with plants and flowers. At the end of the road is access to the popular beach whilst in the other direction is the vibrant high street with its variety of boutique shops, restaurants and bars. Whitstable also has a popular working harbour and a mainline railway station providing a regular service to London.

The popular seaside town of Whitstable is situated on the stunning North Kent coast, 7 miles north of the historical city of Canterbury and less than 60 miles from central London. With its quaint alley ways, colourful high street and peaceful shingle beaches this town has a lot to offer both residents and holiday makers.

Famous for its working harbour and oysters; which have been collected in the area since Roman times and celebrated at the annual July Whitstable Oyster Festival.
For entertainment there are excellent water sport facilities, plenty of art galleries, and a wealth of independently run restaurants, boutiques and cafes to enjoy along the vibrant high street.

The Crab and Winkle Way, one of the earliest passenger railways and the first ever steam-powered railway in the world, follows the disused railway line between Canterbury and Whitstable, and is now a popular walking and cycle route through woods and countryside.
Road links via the A299 Thanet Way give easy access to the M2 for travel to London and beyond. Whitstable also has a main line train station providing fast and frequent links into London Victoria (1hr 30 mins) and London St Pancras (1hr 11mins).

Ground Floor -

Entrance Hall -

Lounge Diner - 3.71m x 8.31m (12'2" x 27'3") -

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 7.04m x 3.10m (23'1 x 10'2) -

Utility Room -

Shower Room - 1.32m x 2.36m (4'4" x 7'9) -

First Floor -

Landing -

Bedroom One - 3.58m x 4.50m (11'9 x 14'9) -

Bedroom Two - 3.12m x 3.28m (10'3 x 10'9) -

Bedroom Three - 3.07m x 3.40m (10'1 x 11'2) -

Bathroom -

Second Floor -

Loft Room - 3.51m x 4.62m (11'6 x 15'2) -

External -

Rear Garden - Enclosed by fencing, decked patio area, mainly laid to lawn and stocked with plants and flowers

The Vendor's View - I really liked the location of the property, being easily accessible to both the high street and the seafront (about a 5 minute walk away from the house). There is always plenty going on in Whitstable, and I am particularly fond of the Oyster Festival and the local clubs and activities such as the drawing classes nearby.
Whitstable is a very friendly place to live. Ive got good neighbours and there is a lovely community spirit here. The town is well known for its many independent shops, which cater for almost every need imaginable.
The house itself is quite big and very attractive with shutters on the windows and wooden floors. It has been finished to a beautiful standard, and even though it is large, the property still has a lovely, cosy atmosphere.
The kitchen and the living room are my favourite rooms in the house, and both are very sociable spaces. The kitchen has modern fittings with a convection oven and is ideal for entertaining; it currently houses a 6 seater dining table. Even though it is large, the living room is very comfortable and cosy with the log burner. The master bedroom is very pretty and there is a view over the Whitstable & Seasalter Golf Course from the top room.
I have a property a little further down the coast, and I feel that now is the right time for me to make the move. Ive enjoyed entertaining in this house, and I will certainly miss it, especially the kitchen.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 November 2016


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