A handsome 1980s built four bedroom detached home set within the sought-after village of Herne, in a peaceful close with off road parking and detached double garage. This beautiful family home has undergone a comprehensive programme of renovation in the last year including, a new boiler, new flooring laid throughout and a modern fitted kitchen.
Stepping stones lead you to this double fronted detached house. The doorway opens into an attractive hallway with wood effect flooring.
The entrance hall is bright and airy, the first reception room which is found to the right of the hallway is a delightful dual aspect room and currently used as a music studio this could however make a lovely playroom, formal dining area or guest room.
To the rear of the property a latched door opens into a large lounge which is beautifully integrated with the conservatory through French doors. There is a characterful exposed brick fireplace which could home a wood burning stove.
The kitchen spans the full depth of the house and has been renovated to a high standard. There are modern floor units finished with quartz worktops. A stylish double ceramic sink sits overlooking the pretty close. To the rear of the Kitchen a lovely dining area which over looks the south facing garden and benefits from french doors that lead onto the decking.
Adjacent to the stairwell, a smart downstairs cloakroom with newly fitted sink and stylish ceramic tiles.
On the first floor you will find four generously sized bedrooms along with a well-appointed family bathroom. The main bedroom has large, fitted wardrobes and a convenient ensuite bathroom. This bedroom enjoys lovely views of the garden.
This lovely home is set back from the road in the corner of this quiet cul-de-sac, to the right of the house a double detached garage and to the left of the house a smart driveway for several cars.
The south facing garden wraps around the property and is a generous 0.15 acre plot which feels private and peaceful. It is made up of lawn bordered by shrubs and trees, there is also decking area accessible directly from the conservatory and kitchen which is a lovely place for alfresco dining.
Herne village lies on the A291 between Canterbury and Herne Bay and is a pretty village with a good mix of modern and period homes. The heart of the village is dominated by the magnificent 14th century church of St Martin and has a several pubs, one reputedly the smallest in England, specialising in fine ales.
There is also a post office/store, dental surgery, primary school, and village hall next to a large playing field. The area is surrounded by lovely walks and is on the 'Triangle' bus route which has very regular service to Canterbury and Herne Bay.
The bustling seaside town of Herne Bay is less than two miles away and has a wide range of amenities with good shopping facilities, a selection of schools including a specialist sports college, an excellent choice of leisure activities and an historic pier. The town also boasts a rowing and sailing club, a football club in the Kent league, a local cinema, and a swimming pool.
The picturesque Memorial Park also has tennis and basketball courts, a small lake, a children's play area and a sports field. There is a mainline railway station with a regular service to London Victoria and St. Pancras and the town enjoys excellent road links with the A299 (Thanet Way) providing access to both the coast and London via the A2/M2 motorway network.
The nearby cathedral city of Canterbury is just five miles away and is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, with a thriving city centre offering a wide array of High Street brands alongside a diverse mix of independent retailers, cafes and international restaurants. The city also offers a fine selection of sporting, leisure and recreational amenities, including the refurbished Marlowe Theatre.
Canterbury has an excellent choice of educational amenities, ranging from Grammar schools to well-regarded private schools and three universities. Canterbury offers a regular rail service to London Victoria, Charing Cross and Cannon Street and the high-speed rail link connects with Londons St Pancras from Canterbury West station in just under one hour.
The popular seaside town of Whitstable is just seven miles away and famous for its seafood and annual Oyster Festival held at the vibrant harbour and picturesque quayside. The town has a variety of independent shops and boutiques, as well as high street names.
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