A marine style home with magnificent sea views overlooking Hythe Bay and the English Channel towards France, situated in a private and secure position.
Enjoying a peaceful, private and secure position on a hillside overlooking the English Channel, with some of the most uninterrupted sea views in the area. Temeraire Heights is enviably situated between Folkestone and Hythe just above Sandgate village with its mix of antique shops, boutiques, public houses and its fast growing cafe culture. Coastal paths can be followed along the foot of The Leas to Folkestone harbour, with the recently revitalised Harbour Arm, champagne bar, restaurants, cafes and seasonal live music. Commuting services are excellent with High Speed rail links into London St Pancras in under an hour from nearby Folkestone West station. Connections to the remainder of Kent and the Continent are nearby.
A marine style home with panoramic views overlooking Hythe Bay and the English Channel towards France. The property is designed specifically for its location and magnificent views, and although very well presented offers the new owner an opportunity to update and improve if required. There is a spacious entrance hall with steps down to an open style sitting room and dining area, with doors opening out onto a south facing balcony with views directly out to sea. The well designed kitchen and breakfast area with integral appliances also opens out to the south facing balcony. There is a cloakroom on this level. Rising to the first floor there is a guest or master suite with en-suite facilities and its own private balcony, with views from Calais to Sussex. On the lower floor there are three bedrooms all with access to the rear garden, one with en-suite facilities and there is a further bathroom.
The property is approached by lawned gardens with off road parking leading to double garaging. There are well established rear gardens overlooking the sea.
We are advised that there is annual service charge of approximately £480 towards the maintenance of the private road.