4 bed Detached House
Meadow View, The Forstal, Preston, Canterbury, CT3
This newly built Thermowood clad detached house is set back from The Forstal and positioned behind secure gates with a linked intercom system. With living space in excess of 4,000 sqft, a detached double garage with ancillary storage above and a further detached studio, this property really does offer so much for its asking price. The vaulted ceilings give it a period feel and the underfloor heating and sound system throughout the house only adds decadence to this beautifully designed home. Contemporary bathrooms include Roca sanitary ware, Grohe waterfall showers, Aqualisa digital shower controls and Jacuzzi baths. A mix of Camaro flooring, Porcelanosa tiling and luxury carpets can be found throughout the house. Off the large entrance hallway is a study, TV room, bathroom and a further reception room that could be used as a fifth bedroom. The property opens up to the open plan living, kitchen and dining area and features such as exposed brickwork, an open staircase and large bi-folding doors really add to the wow factor. The kitchen has an array of soft close units with stone worktops. Fitted are two wine coolers, double mid height Neff ovens, a twin Franke stainless steel sink with water filter, boiling water tap, a waste disposal unit and water softener. There is a large L-shaped island in the centre housing even more storage units, an integrated dishwasher and an under counter fridge. Off the kitchen there is the utility room which has access to the garden and has space for an American style fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and comes with a further stainless steel sink and mixer tap with extendable hose fitting. Upstairs there are four large double bedrooms, two of which have en suites. The master bedroom also has a large walk in dressing room and a spiral staircase that leads to ancillary storage. From the galleried landing you can access the boarded loft, with light and extendable wooden ladder.
There is a large patio made of Indian sand stone accessed from the living area that wraps around to the adjacent side. The garden is south facing, a good size, secure and mainly laid lawn with a mixture of trees and shrubs and a small decked area. There is power and light and access on both sides of the property, a double garage with ancillary storage above and also a further brick built building that could be used as a studio. To the front of the property behind the secure gates, there is parking for multiple vehicles. There is an alarm system and CCTV.
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Dover District Council 01304 821199. Kent County Council 0845 247 247.
Mains water and waste, electricity and gas
Method of sale
The property is freehold and offered with vacant possession upon completion.
Preston is home to the Church of St. Mildred, The Half Moon and Seven Stars public house, a village shop, a butchers and a primary school. Preston is surrounded by some beautiful countryside which is ideal for walking, cycling and riding, whilst the nearby Stodmarsh Nature Reserve is home to many species of migrating birds and wildlife. Situated close by is the historic market town of Sandwich which is a bustling little town and one of the Cinque Ports. It has many independent shops and restaurants, a well-regarded grammar school and a lovely quay. The village of Wingham is approximately two miles away and also offers a wider range of shops and amenities including a doctor's surgery and a dentist. There is a regular bus route between Sandwich, Wingham and Canterbury and the A2 can be accessed via the nearby villages of Barham and Bekesbourne. The bustling cathedral city of Canterbury is just 8 miles away and this offers an excellent range of shopping, leisure and educational amenities, including both state and private schools and three universities. It has two hospitals and two mainline railway stations (one with a high speed rail link which reaches London St. Pancras in just under an hour), along with a vibrant high street offering a fine selection of high street brands, independent boutique style shops and a wide range of pubs and restaurants serving a host of international cuisines. The Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone (17 miles) provides a regular shuttle service to the Continent, whilst the Port of Dover (19 miles) also provides regular ferry crossings to the Continent.