Property Details


Sold STC - Hillside Street, Hythe, CT21 - £359,000

Front, Hillside Street, Hythe, CT21

This charming period cottage, nestled on Hythe's picturesque, has been extensively refurbished for the current owners and subsequently well maintained. The beautifully presented interior is attractively decorated in a subtle palette following a smart contemporary style throughout the light and airy interior.

The comfortably proportioned accommodation comprises an entrance hall, sitting room with cosy wood burning stove and open plan to the dining room. Beyond this is the well appointed kitchen with stable door opening onto the garden. On the first floor there are two bedrooms, the principal room with far reaching views to the sea. There is also a smart bathroom.

The garden is a particularly attractive feature of the property having been thoughtfully landscaped and planted for year round interest. There are a number of terraces and the top terrace enjoys views to the sea.

For room sizes please see floorplan.

Hillside Street is situated within the desirable Conservation Area of the town, two roads back from the bustling High Street, with its range of interesting shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafes, together with 4 supermarkets (including Waitrose, Sainsburys and Aldi), doctors' surgeries, etc.

The attractive, unspoilt seafront and picturesque Royal Military Canal are a short walk away together with a variety of sports and leisure facilities, including 2 golf courses, swimming pool, cricket, squash, bowls and lawn tennis clubs together with the Hotel Imperial Leisure Centre.

The area is fortunate in having particularly good communications with a main line railway station in Saltwood (Sandling - 2 miles) and access to the M20 (Junction 11 - 4 miles). The High Speed Link rail service to Stratford and St Pancras is available from Folkestone West (5 miles) and Ashford International (10 miles), with journey times of 53 and 37 minutes respectively. Eurostar trains to Paris and Brussels also depart from the latter. The Channel Tunnel Terminal is just over 3 miles away and the ferry port of Dover 12 miles away. (All distances are approximate.)