A spectacular four-storey townhouse set in a beautiful development of coastal properties in Fisherman's Beach of Hythe in Kent.
This stunning property features three luxury bedrooms and three luxury Villeroy and Boch bathrooms.
The second floor comprises of an open-plan living area with a high specification Uber master kitchen containing all the finest features and a sitting room that exudes quality and style.
You will feel like the master of the house in the top king-size bedroom with it's own en-suite bathroom and walk in wardrobe, where you can open the patio door onto the fashionable balcony where you can admire the stunning sea vistas with a refreshing glass of fizz to hand.
Outside is a paved patio area for you to catch those last evening rays should you wish or you have a choice of two Juliet balconies to the rear, one in the lounge and one to the first floor large bedroom.
There are a further two balconies on the first and second floor where you can sit to the front of the property, one with sea views.
There is a secure built-in ground floor parking area and the entrance hall comprises of a convenient shower room should you wish to clean up after a day at the beach.
Resting only a stone's throw away from the sea front this is the ideal location to watch trawlers bring in the day's catch or better still if you're a lover of seafood there is a delightful fish restaurant just across from the complex.
Hythe is a prosperous town with lots to offer its clients including lovely walks along The Royal Military Canal, rowing boats to hire and a wide promenade overlooking long stretches of beach and views out over the English Channel.
Indulge in many watersports or simply take in the fresh sea breeze and relax on the beach enjoying a barbecue whilst enjoying a nice glass of something chilled.
10 minutes away will take you to Dymchurch where there is a vast sandy beach, amusement arcades as well as rock, candy floss and ice cream shops which are great for kids.
A 15 minute walk will take you to the Imperial Hotel with a fabulous spa as well as a Moet and Chandon bar which does provide a wonderful afternoon tea.
You will be highly impressed by this beautiful property surrounded by everything Kent has to offer.
Over four floors. Three bedrooms: 1x first floor twin (zip/link, can be king-size double), 1 x first floor king-size double, 1 x third floor king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC. First floor bathroom with bath, shower over, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open-plan second floor living area with kitchen and sitting area.
About the location
Folkestone 4.3miles; Channel Tunnel 4 miles; Dymchurch 6 miles; Dover 13 miles, Canterbury 20 miles.
Hythe is one of the five original Cinque Ports identifed by Edward the Confesssor as ports that would provide ships and sailors to protect this part of the English coastline from invaders, and in exchange the towns would retain all legal fees assigned in court cases. Of course this made these towns far more prosperous than most towns of the same size, and the result of this can still be seen by visitors when visiting Hythe. Running through the centre of the town is The Royal Military Canal. This was dug during the Napoleonic era as a defensive measure against possible French invasion. Now this lovey waterway is more popular with walkers and those taking a break from work; the grassy banks are a delightful place to picnic or sit and read. You can even hire a rowing boat and row yourself along the Canal and this unique part of Kent. A five minute stroll from the town and you will find yourself on the sea front. This wide promenade overlooks a long stretch of beach, with views over the English Channel to France, it is ideal for a summer picnic and safe bathing. Hythe offers visitors so much with golf, tennis, riding, bowls, squash, boating, windsurfing, freshwater and sea angling all available. Romney Marsh lies west of the town and can be explored by foot, car, bicycle or using the world's smallest public railway. Hythe is the eastern terminus for the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Light Railway, so why not climb aboard and alight at Dungeness where you can visit the nature reserve, explore the lighthouse, and perhaps get a chance to see some painters and artists at work, before returning by the narrow gauge railway back to the delights of Hythe.