Three of the best properties for sale in Kent

PUBLISHED: 16:48 20 March 2011 | UPDATED: 19:01 20 February 2013

Three of the best properties for sale in Kent

Three of the best properties for sale in Kent

From coastal to countryside

Three of the best properties for sale in Kent

St Margarets Bay - 690,000 - 760,000

This delightful house with four double bedrooms and a library enjoys a secluded woodland setting on a south-facing hillside looking out across the English Channel - on a clear day its possible to see the entire French coast from Calais to Boulogne.

The balcony, broad terrace and gardens below enjoy a sunny aspect and inside, windows to every aspect and French doors opening onto the south-easterly terrace flood natural daylight into the open-plan living areas

Lavishly appointed throughout, with hardwood carvings, antique fittings, marble floors and marble-tiled bathrooms, this is a home with style and character.

St Margarets Bay is in an AONB and the surrounding cliffs and leas are National Trust land, interwoven with pathways and tracks across the cliff tops and down to the beach, making this is a wonderful location for walking.

Fine & Country

01227 479317

Great Chart - 950,000

Approached by a long private drive and enjoying open countryside views, this detached Grade II listed farmhouse has been beautifully restored with a wealth of traditional beamed charm and character.

Set in just under 1.2 acres of landscaped grounds with a picturesque small lake and accommodation of 5 en suite bedrooms and 5 stylish receptions plus integral ground floor annexe and detached double garage building. the property is conveniently set in a semi-rural position on the fringes of the village of Great Chart and offers good road and rail commuting links as well as easy access to shops and amenities. Commuting: 37 minutes rail service to London St Pancras at Ashford as well as rail links to the Continent.

Equus Country & Equestrian

01233 779001

Faversham - 475,000

This elegant Victorian house with a delightful walled garden that includes a patio, large lawn and separate chicken area with raised vegetable beds has retained many of its original features.

An ornate tiled porch leads to a spacious entrance hall with fine cornice work, wall mouldings and a hardwood banister leading to the first floor, where youll find four bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor.

To the ground floor is a living/dining room, a kitchen/family room and a good-sized cloakroom with a utility cupboard, while the lower ground floor has a large guest room/playroom with its own front door.

Foundation Property Services

01227 752617

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