Property Details


Sold STC - Nursery Fields, Hythe, CT21 - £369,950

Front, Nursery Fields, Hythe, CT21

This well situated semi detached family house offers comfortably proportioned, light and airy accommodation with the benefit of a conservatory to the rear which further enhances the space.

The well presented accommodation comprises an entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, well fitted kitchen, a lovely conservatory uniting the house with its sunny garden, three bedrooms and a shower room. There is a driveway, generous garage with workshop area and a delightful garden which has been designed for ease of maintenance and provides a lovely environment in which to dine alfresco.

Nursery Fields is a highly desirable residential area on the lower hillside, close to the town centre and with bus routes to the surrounding areas. The town is well catered for with its 4 supermarkets (including Waitrose, Sainsbury and Aldi), bustling high street with a diverse range of independent shops, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, doctors' surgeries and dentists etc. The attractive and unspoilt seafront is approximately 20 minutes' walk and the Royal Military Canal, with pleasant towpath is nearby. There is a wide variety of sporting and leisure facilities in the area including the Hotel Imperial Leisure Centre, cricket, bowling and lawn tennis clubs, 2 golf courses and sailing club. There are two good primary schools in the vicinity and a Performing Arts School for ages 11 - 18. There are boys' and girls' grammar schools in Folkestone which are served by a free bus service from Hythe.

Hythe is very conveniently located for easy access to the M20, Channel Tunnel Terminal, ferry port of Dover, etc. Sandling main line railway station, approximately 2 miles away on the outskirts of Saltwood, offers regular commuter services to the City. (All distances are approximate). High Speed Link services to London, St Pancras are available at Folkestone West (with journey times of under an hour) and Ashford International along with Eurostar services to Paris and Brussels at the latter.