A deceptively spacious and beautifully presented detached family home, situated in the village of Sholden
Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/diner, garden room, conservatory, study, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, gardens, barn style timber constructed store, off-road parking. EPC Rating: C
Sholden lies on the western edge of Deal and is dominated by a pretty Norman church, primary school, local cricket and hockey club, Cottington lakes and useful village store. Deal is a popular seaside resort offering an extensive range of high street and individual shops, cafes and restaurants and boasting a two mile long pebble shoreline, pier and Tudor Castle. The Cinque Port of Sandwich is a Medieval market town with the River Stour running through. The community thrives on local shops, pubs and restaurants with historic buildings aplenty. There are numerous leisure and sporting facilities locally and mainline train stations at both have a regular coastal service and high speed links to London St Pancras.
'The Croft' is a deceptively spacious and beautifully presented property having been the subject of refurbishment and extensions by the present owner and in the past. Originally a bungalow the property now provides flexible accommodation arranged over two floors which would perfectly suit a family. A traditional recessed entrance porch to the centre of the property opens to a long hallway with a bespoke kitchen off to the right with integrated appliances, set into cream units capped with granite worktops. There is also plenty of space for a breakfast table, side access into the garden and recent extension providing a utility area. The sitting room is opposite and is an equally impressive room with the focal point centred around an exposed brick fireplace and wood burning stove. To the front is a useful study and off a glazed walkway, which may substitute as a garden room, leads to a fully glazed conservatory with tiled floor and outlook across the back garden. On the ground floor are two double bedrooms, one with ensuite and the other with fitted wardrobes, plus a further ground floor shower room with large shower cubicle featuring a rainfall shower, underfloor heating and fully tiled walls and floor. From the kitchen is a staircase to the master bedroom with French doors opening to a roof terrace. The flank wall has a dedicated wardrobe space and access to a good sized ensuite bathroom with jacuzzi bath and separate step in shower cubicle.
The front driveway is block paved with ample parking space and to the right hand side is a separate barn style timber constructed store measuring 15' 3'' x 11' 8'' (4.64m x 3.55m) with wooden doors providing ample storage space. The former garage, measuring 15' 9'' x 10' 6'' (4.80m x 3.20m), previously used as a den, has now been converted into a workshop. There is side access through to the rear with lawn and well stocked flower borders. Behind the house is a paved terrace with pergola, ideal for alfresco dining, and a separate paved patio area by the workshop presently also providing access to a hot tub.
All mains services are understood to be connected to the property.