Kent dream homes: 3 of the best properties for sale in August
PUBLISHED: 10:58 31 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:58 31 July 2018
Thinking of moving to or within Kent? Every month we pick three stunning houses for sale that we’re sure you’ll love
• Whitstable (poa)
Right on Seasalter beach, Sunnyside is a four-bedroom, detached, architect-designed coastal property on a private road with no through traffic, a boating garage and its own slipway to launch directly into the sea at high tide.
Built by the current owner in 1987 and designed to take maximum advantage of the sea views, the accommodation is arranged over two floors. The upper level has a large entrance hallway, a lounge with access to the sea-facing balcony, a study, fitted kitchen/dining room, a cloakroom and a conservatory. On the lower level, a snooker room opens to a decking area.
The master bedroom features an en-suite shower room and walk-in dressing room, the guest suite has an en-suite W.C and there are two further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a utility/laundry room.
The tiered gardens have a Mediterranean feel and there is a hot tub with changing room.
Miles and Barr Exclusive, 01227 200 600
• Cranbrook £1,295,000
Mount Delvin Homes has created a new gated development close to the centre of Cranbrook. Heron Mews consists of five-bedroom detached and three-bedroom semi-detached homes.
All come with designer kitchens from Burnhill with Neff appliances, while the bathrooms and shower rooms feature Duravit sanitary wear and freestanding baths.
The interiors are wired for modern living with a CAT 6 cable, alarm system, further wiring for CCTV and boosters for WiFi, while hardwired Sonos Sound Systems have been installed in all the principal areas.
Double garages and parking are available with the detached houses and single garages and parking are available with the pair of semi-detached homes.
Fine & Country, 01580 715000
• Sutton Valence £1,350,000
This Grade II Listed former farmhouse, which has been extended and adapted over the years, has gardens and paddocks totalling 12.5 acres.
There are five double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower, plus two further bathrooms. The sitting room boasts an inglenook fireplace, the dining room is open to a further reception room and there is a useful study.
The kitchen, with a central island and oil-fired AGA, leads to a triple-aspect breakfast/family room open to the rear terrace. Throughout the house is a wealth of period features and exposed timbers.
The land is divided into paddocks including a jumping paddock, stable block with five loose boxes, a tack room and further stables. There are also two feature ponds.
Knight Frank, 01732 658825