Guide price £665,000
DESCRIPTION Meridian is a lovely late 1980s detached house which has been completely refurbished by the current owners, creating a superb family home. Attractive brick, central column entrance and door case under a tiled roof. The property, benefits from double glazing, stylish flooring to the ground floor, striking kitchen and contemporary bathrooms which completes this modern and stylish home. We understand that under permitted development, the garage, subject to normal planning consents, could be converted into an annexe. FEATURES - Entrance Hall, spacious hallway with stairs rising to first floor. - Sitting Room, elegant room with painted panels to wall, central feature fireplace with wood burner, French doors opening to the conservatory. - Kitchen/Dining Room, open planned with a range of attractive high gloss base and wall mounted units, complimented by skirting lighting, - Conservatory, double glazed on brick plinth with pitched roof, French doors opening onto garden and stylish flooring. - Study. - WC, modern suite - First floor and landing leads to - Master Bedroom, range of built in wardrobes and beautifully fitted En Suite, 3 further Bedrooms - Family bathroom, freestanding bath, low level WC, hand basin set into a vanity unit, and attractive flooring. - Double Garage - Gardens OUTSIDE The front of the property is accessed off Kingsdown Hill via timber gates onto a hard standing drive which provides ample parking. To the front is lawns, miniature trees and gate to the side giving access to rear garden, and garaging Rear Garden, lawns mature shrubs, blocked paved area with gravel sun terrace, to the rear of the garden is a fabulous decking area which is perfect for al fresco dining. SITUATION The property is situated in the popular and residential seaside village of Kingsdown. Approximately one mile to the north, is a former fishing village offering a range of leisure activities. In the village there is a small selection of shops and amenities including a post office, newsagent, hairdresser, butcher, public houses and restaurant/tearooms. A wider range of amenities can be found at Deal, Sandwich and the historic City of Canterbury, which offers a wider range of shopping facilities, historic interests, and good selection of schools in the state and private sectors, together with colleges. Recreational activities in and around the area are also good, with a selection of golf courses including Walmer and Kingsdown golf clubs, Prince's at Deal and the prestigious Royal St George's at Sandwich. Sports centres and swimming pools can be found in Dover, Deal and Canterbury, and water sports along the coast. Connections are also good with the A2 linking into the M2 and other motorway networks. The Port of Dover and Channel Tunnel at Cheriton offer services to the Continent, and the high speed Javelin train operates from Sandwich, Dover and Canterbury to London St Pancras. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Mains water and drainage, mains gas and electric - Local Authority: Dover District Council - Council Tax band (2018/19): F - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment through Jackson-Stops. Tel: 01227 781600 DIRECTIONS Head out of Canterbury via the A2 and follow the signs for Dover. Continue straight until you reach the Whitfield roundabout, head into Deal towards Dover for a further 2 miles, at the roundabout turn left towards Deal A258. Continue for approximately 3 miles taking a right just past the Public House, signposted for Kingsdown. Continue along the lane for about a mile at the junction turn right and take the next right into Kingsdown Hill and the property will be found on the left hand side.
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