4 Bedroom Semi Detached House for sale in Westcliffe Gardens, Hampton, Herne Bay, CT6

4 Bedroom Semi Detached House - £400,000

Westcliffe Gardens, Hampton, Herne Bay, CT6

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First listed on: 17th January 2020

Nearest stations: Herne Bay (0.8 mi)Chestfield & Swalecliffe (1.5 mi)Whitstable (2.9 mi)Sturry (4.7 mi)Canterbury West (5.8 mi)

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Property Features

  • Stunning 4 double bedroom house, thoughtfully extended and updated to an extremely high standard
  • Beautiful kitchen / dining room with atrium style window, bi-folding doors, AEG integrated appliance
  • Exquisite bathroom with split faced mosaic splashback, jacuzzi bath, stonework encased sink and Etro
  • Grand master bedroom with high vaulted ceilings and exposed beams, hand built bespoke double wardrob
  • Outside office with power & light, smart inbuilt storage with side access, BBQ area & extravagant po

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

Guide price £400,000 - £450,000. This Stunning property has been thoughtfully extended and updated to an extremely high standard, using high end specification where possible and making clever use of every bit of space creating a fabulous family home. The beautiful kitchen / dining room spans the rear of the property and is the hub of the house, flooded with light due to the slick atrium style window and made great for entertaining in any weather because of the bi-folding doors that open out fully to the garden. The kitchen which was only installed last year has plenty of stylish units and work space coupled with hand made crackle glazed wall tiles, integrated appliances including an AEG eye level double oven and microwave, undercounter fridge, five ring hob with extractor hood over that sits neatly in a recess plus a pull out larder. The high end porcelain tiled flooring which is heated underneath flows through this room and into the hallway, there is ample room for a large dining room table and a feature wall of exposed old London stock bricks which adds even more decadence to this room. The washing machine and tumble dryer are housed in the utility room that has a further sink, access to outside and space for an American style fridge freezer plus a wet room leading off with basin and WC. The living room is a good size and benefits from a log burning stove built into a stone fireplace with a 16th century beamed mantle. Making your way upstairs there is a split landing and on one side there are three double bedrooms, one with a fitted hand made oak cabin style bed with storage under. The exquisite family bathroom is fully tiled and has split faced mosaic tile splashback, a jacuzzi bath with shower attachment over, WC, stonework encased sink and Etros glazed brass effect fittings. The master bedroom is on the other side of the landing and has high vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, a hand built bespoke double wardrobe and en suite with double shower, basin and WC.
Outside
The current owners have taken just as much care and attention to the outside of this property as they have the inside, firstly shown by the extravagant porcelain flooring carried on from the kitchen to make a patio area where there is plenty of room for modern furniture so great for entertaining and alfresco dining. The rear garden has been strategically bordered with certain plants and shrubs which gives complete privacy in the summer months and there is a good sized lawn area. The garden is south east east facing and there is a sectioned off seating area that gets the last of the sun in the evening, a good sized office with power and light and an outside kitchen area with granite worktops and space for a barbeque. There is side access via a smart inbuilt storage space which leads to the front where there is space for at least two cars which can are secured behind a wooden five bar gate.
Council Tax
To check the Council Tax for this property, please refer to www.gov.uk/council-tax-bands.
Local Authority
Canterbury City Council 01227 862000. Kent County Council 0300 041 4141.
Services
Mains water, waste, electric and gas.
Method of sale
This property is freehold and offered with vacant possession upon completion
Location
The property is located on the outskirts of the popular seaside town of Herne Bay in the popular area of Hampton only 0.3 miles to the sea front. As well as the beautiful sea views, Hampton also has a pier you can stroll along, a large park with play equipment for children and a well regarded pub offering food. From Hampton you can walk along the sea front to the boutique fishing town of Whitstable (3.5 miles) or to the centre of Herne bay which is just a mile away. Herne Bay has plenty of small independent shops, larger chains and supermarkets in the town centre. There is also a popular pier which offers regular events for children and has a collection of fishing huts which have pop up businesses offering food, drink and hand made goods. Herne Bay has excellent road links onto the A299 and M2 and the main line train station is just 1 mile walk away and has a high speed commuter services to London. Hampton Primary School is just 0.4 miles walk from the property and was rated as good in its latest Ofsted report. Herne Bay also has a secondary school which is just 1 mile away and was also rated as good in its latest Ofsted report. The City of Canterbury is just 7 miles drive way where you will find an array of independent shops and mainstream retailers both within the older part of the High Street and Whitefriars shopping complex. There are a range of further educational facilities including two major universities, which adds to the city's unique and multicultural identity.
Guide price £400,000 - £450,000. This Stunning property has been thoughtfully extended and updated to an extremely high standard, using high end specification where possible and making clever use of every bit of space creating a fabulous family home. The beautiful kitchen / dining room spans the rear of the property and is the hub of the house, flooded with light due to the slick atrium style window and made great for entertaining in any weather because of the bi-folding doors that open out fully to the garden. The kitchen which was only installed last year has plenty of stylish units and work space coupled with hand made crackle glazed wall tiles, integrated appliances including an AEG eye level double oven and microwave, undercounter fridge, five ring hob with extractor hood over that sits neatly in a recess plus a pull out larder. The high end porcelain tiled flooring which is heated underneath flows through this room and into the hallway, there is ample room for a large dining room table and a feature wall of exposed old London stock bricks which adds even more decadence to this room. The washing machine and tumble dryer are housed in the utility room that has a further sink, access to outside and space for an American style fridge freezer plus a wet room leading off with basin and WC. The living room is a good size and benefits from a log burning stove built into a stone fireplace with a 16th century beamed mantle. Making your way upstairs there is a split landing and on one side there are three double bedrooms, one with a fitted hand made oak cabin style bed with storage under. The exquisite family bathroom is fully tiled and has split faced mosaic tile splashback, a jacuzzi bath with shower attachment over, WC, stonework encased sink and Etros glazed brass effect fittings. The master bedroom is on the other side of the landing and has high vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, a hand built bespoke double wardrobe and en suite with double shower, basin and WC.
Outside
The current owners have taken just as much care and attention to the outside of this property as they have the inside, firstly shown by the extravagant porcelain flooring carried on from the kitchen to make a patio area where there is plenty of room for modern furniture so great for entertaining and alfresco dining. The rear garden has been strategically bordered with certain plants and shrubs which gives complete privacy in the summer months and there is a good sized lawn area. The garden is south east east facing and there is a sectioned off seating area that gets the last of the sun in the evening, a good sized office with power and light and an outside kitchen area with granite worktops and space for a barbeque. There is side access via a smart inbuilt storage space which leads to the front where there is space for at least two cars which can are secured behind a wooden five bar gate.
Council Tax
To check the Council Tax for this property, please refer to www.gov.uk/council-tax-bands.
Local Authority
Canterbury City Council 01227 862000. Kent County Council 0300 041 4141.
Services
Mains water, waste, electric and gas.
Method of sale
This property is freehold and offered with vacant possession upon completion
Location
The property is located on the outskirts of the popular seaside town of Herne Bay in the popular area of Hampton only 0.3 miles to the sea front. As well as the beautiful sea views, Hampton also has a pier you can stroll along, a large park with play equipment for children and a well regarded pub offering food. From Hampton you can walk along the sea front to the boutique fishing town of Whitstable (3.5 miles) or to the centre of Herne bay which is just a mile away. Herne Bay has plenty of small independent shops, larger chains and supermarkets in the town centre. There is also a popular pier which offers regular events for children and has a collection of fishing huts which have pop up businesses offering food, drink and hand made goods. Herne Bay has excellent road links onto the A299 and M2 and the main line train station is just 1 mile walk away and has a high speed commuter services to London. Hampton Primary School is just 0.4 miles walk from the property and was rated as good in its latest Ofsted report. Herne Bay also has a secondary school which is just 1 mile away and was also rated as good in its latest Ofsted report. The City of Canterbury is just 7 miles drive way where you will find an array of independent shops and mainstream retailers both within the older part of the High Street and Whitefriars shopping complex. There are a range of further educational facilities including two major universities, which adds to the city's unique and multicultural identity.
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