A striking, detached residence, built in 2004 and finished to an incredibly high standard situated on the edge of this sought after village. A traditional brick and tile hung exterior conceals a stylish and contemporary interior, complete with high gloss porcelain floors, underfloor heating, ... Read more
A striking, detached residence, built in 2004 and finished to an incredibly high standard situated on the edge of this sought after village. A traditional brick and tile hung exterior conceals a stylish and contemporary interior, complete with high gloss porcelain floors, underfloor heating, spot and LED lighting, large floor to ceiling windows and a modern open plan layout.
The front door opens into a wide entrance hallway with a fully tiled cloakroom with a modern white suite and stairs to the first floor. From here, steps lead down to a vast open plan living area with an entire wall of floor to ceiling windows and French doors which look out over the rear garden.
High gloss porcelain floor tiles flow through the dining area to the kitchen and utility room, creating a sense of continuity, whilst a feature wall and a carpeted floor give definition to the living area.
The kitchen offers a superb range of contemporary units set around white Silestone work surfaces, Italian glass wall tiles and NEFF and Miele integrated appliances. The utility room is finished to an equally high standard, with further fitted units, white Silestone work surfaces and a door to the side of the house.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a useful study, just off the living area, which in turn leads to a spacious ground floor bedroom and en-suite..
The bedroom is a generous double room, with a lavishly appointed en-suite shower room, fitted with a contemporary white suite and finished with lovely polished porcelain wall and floor tiles.
On the first floor, a wonderfully light landing with tall barn style windows leads to three bedrooms and the family bathroom. This has a stylish modern suite with Duravit fittings including a double ended bath with a 'rainfall' shower above, a low level WC and a travertine circular basin and travertine wall and floor tiles.
The master bedroom is a good size double room with a beautifully fitted and fully tiled en suite wet room with a walk-in shower enclosure with a digital shower.
To the front of the house there is a Yorkstone paved front garden with a lovely feature well and raised beds filled with mature flowers, shrubs, enclosed by a low level brick wall, whilst a driveway provides parking for several cars.
The rear garden measures approx. 55ft x 18ft (min) to 22ft (max) and has a full width sandstone patio with a striking water feature and steps leading down to a lawn. There is a decked BBQ area, ideal for outdoor entertaining, which continues to the far side of the house and a timber storage shed. The garden enjoys a high degree of privacy, along with attractive views towards Blean Woods.
Stoney Road is situated on the edge of the village of Dunkirk, close to Blean Woods and is an ideal location for people who enjoy outdoor pursuits such as walking, riding and wildlife spotting.
Dunkirk is three miles east of Faversham and five miles west of the cathedral city of Canterbury. It has a new village hall, garden centre, farm shop and the Red Lion public house. The neighbouring village of Boughton has a long main street with a post office, village store, primary school, pubs, a restaurant and other independent traders.
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 M2 motorway network to London and the coast. It also has a regular bus service to the nearby towns of Faversham and Canterbury.
Faversham is an historic and charming market town which offers a wide variety of shopping facilities including both specialist and national retailers and a bustling market three times a week. It has its own cinema, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cottage hospital and an excellent range of primary and secondary schools, including Faversham's renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School and a mainline station with a regular service to London Victoria, Cannon Street and a high speed service to St Pancras. For sailing enthusiasts, the town has a charming tidal creek and quay.
The city of Canterbury offers a superb selection of leisure and educational facilities, including a range of State and private schools, along with three universities. The city has a thriving High Street with a range of restaurants and independent and national retailers, the White Friars Shopping Centre and two mainline stations, one with the high speed link to London St Pancras.
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