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Sun Villa is an attractive Arts & Craft style house built, we believe, around 1930. Construction is of brick with painted render, red painted slatted shutters under a tile roof. The balconies are off the master and guest bedrooms and an enclosed sun terrace sits to the front of the house with beautiful coastal views all year round. All bedrooms have sea views. The property offers ample and spacious living accommodation with a secondary staircase giving access off the dining room to Bedroom 5, which could be used as secondary accommodation. The property is set in a most desirable location enjoying fabulous golf course and sea views out over the English Channel. FEATURES - Entrance Porch, glazed entry door into porch. - Entrance Hall, stairs to first floor, under stairs storage cupboard. - WC, with hand basin - Double Sitting Room, triple aspect with picture windows, feature fire place, French doors to sun terrace. - Sun Terrace, glass arched windows and doors opening onto the garden, tile flooring. - Kitchen/Breakfast Room, range of base and wall mounted cabinets, double electric oven, Ceramic hob, ladder cupboard, tile flooring. - Rear Hall, door to courtyard. - Family Room, arch to dining room. - Dining Room, double aspect, secondary staircase. - Utility Room - WC - First floor, L-shaped landing. - Master Bedroom, French doors onto balcony. - En-Suite, Bathroom, panelled bath with shower above, hand basin in vanity unit, WC, bidet, tiled walls - Dressing Room, range of built-in wardrobes. - Bedroom 2, French doors onto balcony, further bedrooms. - Bedroom 3, built-in wardrobes. - Family Bathroom and separate Shower Room - Store Cupboard/Office - 2 Further Bedrooms - Double Garage - Sea & Golf Course views - Grounds, about half an acre. SITUATION The property is situated along the top of the famous White Cliffs above the high-water mark. It is adjacent to land owned and maintained by the National Trust and backing onto the Walmer and Kingsdown Golf Course. It is approached via a private road running up past the Club house, leading onto The Leas. The site is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Special Landscape Area - part of the Heritage Coast and a Site of Specific Scientific Interest. The pretty seaside village of Kingsdown, approximately one mile to the north, is a former fishing village and offers 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, restaurant/tearooms, Church of St. John and primary school. 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, many historic interests, and a good selection of schools in the state and private sectors, together with colleges and universities. Recreational activities in and around the area include a selection of golf courses including Walmer and Kingsdown golf clubs neighbouring the property, 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 can be found along the coast. Connections are good with the A2 linking into the M2 and other motorway networks. The Port of Dover and the 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. OUTSIDE To the front of the property is a blocked paved driveway providing ample parking and leading to the double garage. The gardens are laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and a fence and shrub boundary. The rear gardens are mainly lawn and sweep around the property with access to the 1st Tee by a gate at the end of the garden. There is a wealth of mature trees, shrubs, herbaceous borders, various outbuildings and an enclosed courtyard, with personal door to garage and wrought iron gates giving access to the front. DIRECTIONS Head out of Canterbury via the A2 following signs for Dover continuing until reaching Whitfield roundabout. Continue straight over following signs to Dover for around two miles. At the roundabout take a left towards Deal A258. Continue for around three miles, take a right past the Five Bells public house, signed Kingsdown. Continue for about a mile, turn right at the top end of the upper street into Victoria Road and take a second left onto Kingsdown Hill. Follow the road to the bottom, turn right into Oldstairs Road, then first left into The Lees. Drive past the Clubhouse on your left and Sun Villa is the second house on the right. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: mains water and electricity. Private drainage (Cesspit). Oil Tank. - Local Authority: Dover District Council - Council Tax Band: "E" (2021/22) - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.