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This attractive detached bungalow, probably built in the 1960's, has been exceptionally well kept by the owner and has had many improvements to make for a very comfortable home. It has very pretty gardens which are easy to maintain, two parking spaces and a good sized integral garage that offers further scope for accommodation, subject to the usual consents.
The property is entered via a double glazed porch and in turn a stable door leads into the entrance hall.
The sitting room is at the front of the property and is decorated in a contemporary style. The kitchen has a good range of pine units with integrated appliances to include: a fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave, electric oven, grill and gas hob. It has a large amount of work surface and a door to the garden.
The main bedroom is on the ground floor and has built in Sliderobes to one wall. At some stage in the past the loft has been converted by a previous owner, it is accessed via a stairway from the study (formerly bedroom two) which is a pleasant room which also provides access to a large Victorian style conservatory.
From the conservatory an inner hallway leads to the integral garage, which has an electric up and over door, and a utility room. This has woodblock work surfaces with an inset butler style sink and cupboard space and plumbing for utilities. It has a couple of side windows and a double glazed stable door to the rear. When the extension was done, approximately 10 years ago, the owner also installed a tiled shower room with an electric shower.
Also accessed from the hallway is the main shower room, which is fully tiled with a white suite including a mains fed shower and a heated towel rail.
On the first floor is a large loft room, which the current owner has as a bedroom. It has eaves storage cupboard space and built in drawers. A door leads in to a toilet with a sink and then a further door leads into a storage area which houses the central heating boiler
At the front of the bungalow is a small lawn area with shrubs and a parking space on either side. The property has claimed the '10ft way' which was an access way as part of the original building plan in Tankerton. Many of the properties have claimed this space over the years to create a larger garden area and this has been fully utilised with a paved area, drying area and pretty flowerbeds. Behind the bungalow is a further patio area and raised brick flowerbeds.
The bungalow is situated on an unmade road within the highly desirable area of Tankerton. It is within easy reach of Tankertons comprehensive range of shops, restaurants and local amenities, as well as Tankerton slopes, with its charming beach and iconic beach huts.
The nearby seaside town of Whitstable (1mile) is renowned for its seafood and annual oyster festival which is held along its picturesque quayside and vibrant harbour. Whitstable has a bustling High street with a good selection of independent retailers, boutiques and High Street names. There are good primary and secondary schools, many restaurants and excellent leisure and recreational amenities including water sports and sailing. It has its own mainline railway station with a high speed service to London St Pancrasa regular Stagecoach bus service and good road links to London and the coast via A290/M2.
The nearby cathedral city of Canterbury is just seven miles away and offers an even wider range of shopping and leisure amenities, including a vibrant and Cosmopolitan High Street, the White Friars Shopping Centre and the Marlowe Theatre. The city also offers an excellent range of both State and private schools along with three universities and two hospitals.
Ashford International station and the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone are both about twenty miles away and provide regular Eurostar and shuttle services to the continent, whilst the A2/M2 motorway provides good access to both London and the Channel port of Dover.
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