4 Bedroom Town House for sale in North Road, , Hythe, Kent

4 Bedroom Town House - £500,000

North Road, , Hythe, Kent

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First listed on: 25th August 2019

Nearest stations: Sandling (2.1 mi)Westenhanger (2.7 mi)Folkestone West (2.9 mi)Folkestone Central (3.6 mi)Folkestone Harbour (4.3 mi)

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Property Features

  • Fascinating town house in an impressive Edwardian property
  • Panoramic views across Hythe to the sea
  • Fabulous period features and beautifully designed interior dcor
  • Kitchen with bi-fold doors to the terrace and garden
  • Lower ground floor with extra living room and bedroom

Property Description

This fascinating family home is part of a large and impressive Edwardian property that was believed to have been owned by the Mackeson clan. They had a well known brewery in Hythe that was first established in1699 and continued in the town until 1968. The house is full of delightful period features providing character and charm together with all the mod cons needed by today's homeowners. Set very well back from the road, high on the hillside with stunning panoramic views across Hythe to the sea, it provides plenty of space for family life, whether as a permanent home or a really special holiday retreat. However you have to cross the threshold to really begin to appreciate everything this place has to offer. Once through the attractive front door and into the porch with its tiled floor you start to see the internal period features with the arched inner front door and glazed panel leading to the welcoming hall. This leads straight through to the very contemporary Wren kitchen/breakfast room with a large central island and wide granite top, a range cooker, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher as well as a charming fireplace and a wall of bi-folding doors to the upper terrace. This is a real suntrap and has a balustrade and steps to the lower garden areas. When these doors are open it really brings the outdoors inside and creates a lovely space where you can sit and relax and enjoy the views. Off the hall there is a fitted utility room and a cloakroom. The lower ground floor has been converted from a beer cellar vault into a splendid ‘hideaway' that is ideal for older children and entertaining. It is a really fun area with brick arches and is completely sound proof so you don't have to worry about the noise. It incorporates a study and family area currently used as a games/music room but you could use it as an office is you want to work undisturbed. There is also a double bedroom next door with an en suite shower room to complete this very useful additional accommodation. To make the most of the stunning views over the rooftops of Hythe to the sea and across to France, you will find a delightful light and bright lounge on the first floor.

What the Owner says:
“We have lived in Hythe for many years and really enjoy the town and we bought this house more recently as we had always wanted a place with a view of the sea but within easy walking distance of the town centre and transport links. Also we thought it was a great family home for our teenage children. However we are having to move for family reasons but will still be living in the local area. Hythe is a delightful seaside town with its individual shops, bars, restaurants and pavement cafes as well as Waitrose and other supermarkets. We have the excellent Hotel Imperial with its golf course and leisure centre as well as cricket, squash, tennis and sailing clubs and the Sene Valley golf course originally designed by Henry Cotton. The are good local primary schools and two excellent grammar schools in Folkestone with top class private schools available in Ashford, Canterbury and Dover. Transport links are very good with Sandling station not far away and it is less than an hour to London on the high speed train from Folkestone West or about 35 minutes if you drive to Ashford International. If you fancy lunch in France it is only a few minutes to the M20 for the Channel Tunnel while youngsters will enjoy a trip on the unique miniature Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch light railway.”

Room sizes:

  • Lobby: 5'7 x 5'5 (1.70m x 1.65m)
  • Hallway: 13'4 x 5'6 (4.07m x 1.68m)
  • Utility Room: 12'9 x 4'9 (3.89m x 1.45m)
  • Cloakroom
  • Kitchen/Dining Room: 15'9 x 12'6 (4.80m x 3.81m)
  • LOWER GROUND FLOOR
  • Study: 13'1 x 4'9 (3.99m x 1.45m)
  • Family Area: 13'5 (4.09m) narrowing to 12'6 (3.81m) x 10'3 (3.13m)
  • Bedroom 4: 15'6 (4.73m) narrowing to 13'6 (4.12m) x 10'5 (3.18m)
  • En-Suite Shower Room
  • Landing
  • Lounge: 16'3 (4.96m) x 13'8 (4.17m) narrowing to 12'6 (3.81m)
  • Balcony
  • Bedroom 3: 9'7 x 7'8 (2.92m x 2.34m)
  • Bathroom: 9'7 x 5'4 (2.92m x 1.63m)
  • Landing
  • Bedroom 1: 13'10 x 13'8 (4.22m x 4.17m)
  • Bedroom 2: 13'8 x 10'1 (4.17m x 3.08m)
  • OUTSIDE
  • Terraced Garden
  • Garage
  • Communal Car Park

 
The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of an offer or contract, nor may be it be regarded as representations. All interested parties must verify accuracy and your solicitor must verify tenure/lease information, fixtures & fittings and, where the property has been extended/converted, planning/building regulation consents. All dimensions are approximate and quoted for guidance only as are floor plans which are not to scale and their accuracy cannot be confirmed. Reference to appliances and/or services does not imply that they are necessarily in working order or fit for the purpose.
 
We are pleased to offer our customers a range of additional services to help them with moving home. None of these services are obligatory and you are free to use service providers of your choice. Current regulations require all estate agents to inform their customers of the fees they earn for recommending third party services. If you choose to use a service provider recommended by Fine & Country, details of all referral fees can be found at the link below. If you decide to use any of our services, please be assured that this will not increase the fees you pay to our service providers, which remain as quoted directly to you.

This fascinating family home is part of a large and impressive Edwardian property that was believed to have been owned by the Mackeson clan. They had a well known brewery in Hythe that was first established in1699 and continued in the town until 1968. The house is full of delightful period features providing character and charm together with all the mod cons needed by today's homeowners. Set very well back from the road, high on the hillside with stunning panoramic views across Hythe to the sea, it provides plenty of space for family life, whether as a permanent home or a really special holiday retreat. However you have to cross the threshold to really begin to appreciate everything this place has to offer. Once through the attractive front door and into the porch with its tiled floor you start to see the internal period features with the arched inner front door and glazed panel leading to the welcoming hall. This leads straight through to the very contemporary Wren kitchen/breakfast room with a large central island and wide granite top, a range cooker, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher as well as a charming fireplace and a wall of bi-folding doors to the upper terrace. This is a real suntrap and has a balustrade and steps to the lower garden areas. When these doors are open it really brings the outdoors inside and creates a lovely space where you can sit and relax and enjoy the views. Off the hall there is a fitted utility room and a cloakroom. The lower ground floor has been converted from a beer cellar vault into a splendid ‘hideaway' that is ideal for older children and entertaining. It is a really fun area with brick arches and is completely sound proof so you don't have to worry about the noise. It incorporates a study and family area currently used as a games/music room but you could use it as an office is you want to work undisturbed. There is also a double bedroom next door with an en suite shower room to complete this very useful additional accommodation. To make the most of the stunning views over the rooftops of Hythe to the sea and across to France, you will find a delightful light and bright lounge on the first floor.

What the Owner says:
“We have lived in Hythe for many years and really enjoy the town and we bought this house more recently as we had always wanted a place with a view of the sea but within easy walking distance of the town centre and transport links. Also we thought it was a great family home for our teenage children. However we are having to move for family reasons but will still be living in the local area. Hythe is a delightful seaside town with its individual shops, bars, restaurants and pavement cafes as well as Waitrose and other supermarkets. We have the excellent Hotel Imperial with its golf course and leisure centre as well as cricket, squash, tennis and sailing clubs and the Sene Valley golf course originally designed by Henry Cotton. The are good local primary schools and two excellent grammar schools in Folkestone with top class private schools available in Ashford, Canterbury and Dover. Transport links are very good with Sandling station not far away and it is less than an hour to London on the high speed train from Folkestone West or about 35 minutes if you drive to Ashford International. If you fancy lunch in France it is only a few minutes to the M20 for the Channel Tunnel while youngsters will enjoy a trip on the unique miniature Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch light railway.”

Room sizes:

  • Lobby: 5'7 x 5'5 (1.70m x 1.65m)
  • Hallway: 13'4 x 5'6 (4.07m x 1.68m)
  • Utility Room: 12'9 x 4'9 (3.89m x 1.45m)
  • Cloakroom
  • Kitchen/Dining Room: 15'9 x 12'6 (4.80m x 3.81m)
  • LOWER GROUND FLOOR
  • Study: 13'1 x 4'9 (3.99m x 1.45m)
  • Family Area: 13'5 (4.09m) narrowing to 12'6 (3.81m) x 10'3 (3.13m)
  • Bedroom 4: 15'6 (4.73m) narrowing to 13'6 (4.12m) x 10'5 (3.18m)
  • En-Suite Shower Room
  • Landing
  • Lounge: 16'3 (4.96m) x 13'8 (4.17m) narrowing to 12'6 (3.81m)
  • Balcony
  • Bedroom 3: 9'7 x 7'8 (2.92m x 2.34m)
  • Bathroom: 9'7 x 5'4 (2.92m x 1.63m)
  • Landing
  • Bedroom 1: 13'10 x 13'8 (4.22m x 4.17m)
  • Bedroom 2: 13'8 x 10'1 (4.17m x 3.08m)
  • OUTSIDE
  • Terraced Garden
  • Garage
  • Communal Car Park

 
The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of an offer or contract, nor may be it be regarded as representations. All interested parties must verify accuracy and your solicitor must verify tenure/lease information, fixtures & fittings and, where the property has been extended/converted, planning/building regulation consents. All dimensions are approximate and quoted for guidance only as are floor plans which are not to scale and their accuracy cannot be confirmed. Reference to appliances and/or services does not imply that they are necessarily in working order or fit for the purpose.
 
We are pleased to offer our customers a range of additional services to help them with moving home. None of these services are obligatory and you are free to use service providers of your choice. Current regulations require all estate agents to inform their customers of the fees they earn for recommending third party services. If you choose to use a service provider recommended by Fine & Country, details of all referral fees can be found at the link below. If you decide to use any of our services, please be assured that this will not increase the fees you pay to our service providers, which remain as quoted directly to you.

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27/11/2019 Property listed at £500,000
27/08/2019 Property listed at £550,000

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32 St Margarets Street

Canterbury

Kent

CT1 2TG

Telephone: See phone number 01227 479317

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