St Leonards Road, Hythe, Kent

Offers in excess of £240,000

2 Bedroom Cottage

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Ref: 57065_101447003015

A CHARMING AND BEAUTIFULY PRESENTED TWO BEDROOM END TERRACE COTTAGE which has recently undergone a programme of refurbishment and modernisation by its current owners including new floor coverings, modern shower room and wood burning stove.

SITUATED close to Hythe's beautiful beach, Royal Military Canal and town centre, which offers a good selection of independent shops together with both a Waitrose and Sainsbury's and Aldi store, Hythe's promenade is within level walking distance and offers pleasant walks with easy access to the beach. Primary schooling is located just off Hythe's Green which is also only a short distance with Secondary schooling being in nearby Saltwood. Sandling Mainline Railway Station, the M20 Motorway, Channel Tunnel Terminal and Port and Dover are also easily accessed by car. High-speed rail services are available from Folkestone West approximately 15 minutes by car offering fast services to St. Pancras... Read more
End Terrace Cottage 2 Bedrooms
Close to Town and Sea Recently refurbished
Good sized enclosed rear garden
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C.R. Child & Partners

C.R. Child & Partners

Barclays House 11 - 13 High Street

Hythe

Kent

CT21 5AE

United Kingdom

Tel: 01303 267421
E-Mail: keith@crchildandpartners.co.uk

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