Living the coastal dream in Kent

PUBLISHED: 13:23 02 August 2014 | UPDATED: 13:23 02 August 2014

Cirilla, on sale in Folkestone

Cirilla, on sale in Folkestone

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This detached house in Folkestone is within walking distance of the nearby beach and the lower Leas coastal park

Folkestone £695,000

Cirilla is a substantial detached house in a conservation area within walking distance of the beach and the lower Leas coastal park.

Ground-floor living areas include a spacious kitchen and breakfast room, a study, dining room and sitting room.

Upstairs are five bedrooms, making this an ideal family home; they share a bathroom and shower room.

A delightful garden surrounds Cirilla, including a side lawn that wraps

around to the front of the property allowing for stunning sea views over Hythe Bay. The garden extends to the rear of the property climbing into the hillside with pathways forming ribbons up to the top of the plot with occasional patio areas creating perfect platforms on which to enjoy the incredible sea views.

There is a summer house, double garage and large driveway that can take several cars.

Smith-Woolley & Perry 01303 226622

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