Description Nestled on Hythe's picturesque lower hillside from where it enjoys views to the sea from the first floor, this well proportioned semi detached family house offers spacious accommodation the majority of which enjoys an appealing southerly aspect. Set behind a tall rag stone wall, the house enjoys an unusual level of privacy and seclusion rarely associated with property in this desirable area.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, sunny sitting room, kitchen leading to the dining room which in turn opens onto a covered veranda. There is also a study with adjoining ground floor shower room. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms each offering views to the sea, a generous single bedroom to the front and a bathroom.
The gardens are a particularly appealing aspect of the property being gently tiered, designed for ease of maintenance and with steps meandering down to the double garage and parking at the rear which is accessed from Bartholomew Street. Situation
This pretty part of Hillside Street falls 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. The town is also well served by 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.)
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