Property Details


Sold STC - Redoubt Way, Dymchurch, TN29 - £305,000

Front, Redoubt Way, Dymchurch, TN29

This well situated semi-detached chalet bungalow offers comfortably proportioned accommodation comprising an entrance hall, spacious sitting room, kitchen leading to a conservatory, two ground floor bedrooms (currently being used as a dining room and a bar) and a bathroom. The property also benefits from two large attic rooms (utilised by the current owners as bedrooms).

A particularly attractive aspect of the property is the rear garden affording a delightfully secluded environment in which to relax and dine alfresco. There is also a driveway providing off street parking and a large workshop.

For room sizes refer to the floor plan.

Redoubt Way is situated on the popular Beach Estate, just across the road from the sea wall and long, pebbly beach that runs into the sandy bay at Dymchurch, with the open countryside of the Romney Marsh behind. The village is approximately 2 miles distant and enjoys 2 play schools, a primary school, doctors surgeries, post office, chemist, Tesco Extra and a small parade of shops with tea rooms, cafes etc. There is also a station for the RHD Light Railway. There are many lovely country walks and rides in the surrounding picturesque Marsh countryside. There is a bus stop nearby with regular services for the larger towns of Hythe and New Romney.

Hythe, with its 4 supermarkets (including Waitrose), range of independent shops and restaurants, doctors' surgeries etc is approximately 4.5 miles distant. The attractive and unspoilt seafront and the Royal Military Canal, with pleasant towpath walks and cycle path, are both within easy reach and there is a wide variety of sporting and leisure facilities in the area including the Hotel Imperial Leisure Centre and golf course, sailing, cricket and lawn tennis clubs. There is a monthly farmers' market and various clubs and societies that welcome new members.

The M20 (Junction 11) and the Channel Tunnel Terminal at Cheriton and are both only about 6 and 7 miles respectively, providing relatively easy access to both the Continent and London.
(NB. All distances are approximate