Property Details


Sold STC - Stade Street, Hythe, CT21 - £425,000

Front, Stade Street, Hythe, CT21

This enchanting period house offers beautifully presented accommodation which is arranged over three floors. There are a wealth of original features throughout including the delightful central staircase, much or the original joinery including stripped pine doors, exposed wooden floors and some very attractive fireplaces.

The accommodation includes a rear hallway leading to the cloakroom and the well fitted kitchen/dining room. Beyond this the inner hallway with dogleg staircase, leads to the very comfortable sitting room with a cosy wood burning stove and the main entrance door. There are three double bedrooms and a very smart bathroom arranged over the first and second floors. The views from the third bedroom and bathroom are very pretty, over roof tops and to the sea. There is considerable scope to extend the property should additional space be required (subject to all necessary consents and approvals being obtained).

To the rear of the house the neat west facing garden is a delightful area for alfresco entertaining. It is partially walled, secluded and incorporates a timber framed storage shed.

For room sizes please refer to the floor plan.

Stade Street is a particularly sought after residential location within the desirable conservation area, on level ground, to the south of the Royal Military Canal, moments from the seafront and a short, level walk from Hythe's bustling High Street with its range of independent shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. The town is also well served by four supermarkets (including Waitrose, Aldi and Sainsburys). There is a selection of sports and leisure facilities in the vicinity, including tennis, bowls, water sports, etc. The property is also in the catchment area for Hythe Bay Primary School and only a short walk from it. The larger town of Folkestone is 5 miles and the Cathedral City of Canterbury 15 miles.

The area is convenient for communication to London and the Continent with the M20 motorway (Junction 11) 2½ miles distant, the Channel Tunnel Terminal 3 miles and a mainline railway station at Saltwood just over 2 miles away. High Speed trains to London St Pancras are available from both Ashford (10 miles) and Folkestone (Central and West) with journey times of under an hour.
(All distances are approximate.)