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£315,000

Courtenay Road, Dunkirk

  • 3 beds
Terraced house
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£315,000

  • 3 beds
Terraced house
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A delightful 1920s three-bedroom terrace cottage offering over 900 sq. ft of accommodation that has great potential to improve and adapt. Situated in the popular village of Dunkirk with beautiful views of Blean woods this cottage also benefits from a generous 120 ft. rear garden.

This lovely cottage has recently undergone a full rewire and a new consumer unit along with a brand-new Hive smart heating system.

A new glazed front door opens into an entrance lobby perfect for housing coats and shoes, an inner door opens into a charming sitting room with contemporary fireplace and wood effect flooring. This leads onto a kitchen which has great potential to be integrated with the existing extension and open up creating a magnificent kitchen breakfast room overlooking the garden. The kitchen currently consists of an array of wall and floor units set around a stainless-steel sink and a free standing oven.

At the rear of the kitchen there is a bathroom, with a simple three-piece suite that includes a shower over the bath. This could be relocated to the first floor offering more downstairs living space or a convenient utility room.

To the first floor one will find two double bedrooms, the smaller one has exceptional views of the garden and Blean Woods beyond. The landing leads to a second floor with another double bedroom which has fitted wardrobes and views of rolling countryside to the front of the property.

OUTSIDE:

A front garden with mature shrubs borders the pathway that leads one to the front door, whilst to the rear the garden stretches to almost 120 ft, which is made up of patio and lawn. There are several garages to the rear which can be rented for a small fee of approx. ?30 a month, subject to availability.

SITUATION:

Courtenay Road is situated in the popular village of Dunkirk It is perfectly located central to Faversham, Whitstable and Canterbury all of which are approx. six miles away. Dunkirk has a new village hall, two garden centres, a farm shop and the Red Lion public house. Its neighbouring village of Boughton-under-Blean has a long main street with a post office, village store, churches, a well-regarded primary school, hairdressers and several pubs and restaurants. The villages are very closely linked and share a real sense of community.

Dunkirk is close to the A2 which gives easy access to the motorway network. There is a regular bus service through the village to Canterbury and Faversham and the railway stations at both Canterbury and Faversham offer a regular service to London Victoria and Charing Cross as well as a high speed link to London St Pancras.

The nearby town of Faversham has a thriving High Street with a variety of independent traders as well as well-known brands and three times a week the town has a bustling market. The town has several well-regarded primary schools as well as the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School and good leisure facilities including an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, and a large recreation ground.

The nearby cathedral city of Canterbury also has a wide range of amenities, including excellent shopping and leisure facilities, primary and secondary schools as well as three universities, two hospitals and two railway stations. Canterbury also offers superb leisure facilities, along with a diverse selection of restaurants and international eateries.

Whitstable seaside town is approx. six miles from Courtenay Road, a bustling high street with independent retailers, cosy coffee shops and eateries. The harbour front has an array market stalls, busy bars and sea food restaurants and it is twinned with an array of water sports, pebble beach and stunning sunsets.




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