Property Details


Sold STC - Sea Wall, Dymchurch, TN29 - £550,000

Front, Sea Wall, Dymchurch, TN29

Sea Wall is a much coveted location in the heart of the popular seaside village of Dymchurch. As the name would suggest, the private road runs parallel to the sea wall and provides direct access to the long, sandy beach. Dymchurch enjoys a variety of amenities including primary school, doctor's surgery, various local shops, cafes, public houses and a Tesco Express. There are many lovely country walks and rides in the surrounding picturesque Marsh countryside and along the sea wall which stretches for miles. There is a bus stop nearby with regular services for the larger towns of Hythe and New Romney. Nearby New Romney has a greater variety of shopping facilities including a Sainsburys. Hythe, with its 4 supermarkets (including Waitrose), range of independent shops and restaurants, doctors' surgeries etc is approximately 4.5 miles distant. 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 in Hythe 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.)

This utterly enchanting detached period house has been in the ownership of the same family for around 65 years, despite regular maintenance it is fair to say that the property would now benefit from some general updating and improvement but is considered well worthy of any expenditure required and presents a wonderful opportunity to create a truly unique family home in an enviable situation but a stones throw from the beach and with some glimpses of the sea from the upper floor.

The accommodation, which totals around 2555 square feet, is particularly versatile and displays a wealth of original detailing throughout. It could be configured in many ways but is currently arranged to provide a spacious entrance hall, sitting room and dining room both with open fires, kitchen and utility room, two en-suite bedrooms and a shower room on the ground floor. The first floor comprises four further bedrooms, a study and a bathroom.

The house stands in grounds of approximately 0.45 of an acre with wide expanses of open lawn, attractive garden structures including a garden room, mature trees and shrubs. Dymchurch is known as "a children's paradise", this garden is a little slice of paradise for anyone.

For room sizes refer to the floor plan.