Folkestone
01303 226622

Ashford
01233 640800

Description
3 Bedrooms1 Receptions1 Bathrooms995 ft²

A spacious 3 bedroom ground floor flat set in a prime residential area with communal garden.

  • Ground floor apartment
  • Popular area
  • Sea glimpses
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Communal Garden
  • Viewing recommended

Situation

Greenhills is situated in a conservation area within walking distance of the beach and the Lower Leas coastal park which provides an alternative tree lined walk through to Folkestone amongst an assortment of facilities including the stunning beach, a children's play area and a popular amphitheatre. Folkestone town provides good shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities with a good selection of schools in the area. The lovely harbour at Folkestone is a further walk away and enjoys a bustling Harbour Arm with seasonal festivities and the Old High Street within the Creative Quarter affords charming café's and eateries whilst fine dining can be found at the renowned Rocksalt restaurant with its views over the harbour. The Leas Cliff Hall nearby offers a variety of live entertainment throughout the year and the Cathedral City of Canterbury with its shops and theatre is approximately 20 miles away

Communication

Communications are excellent. Folkestone West and Central mainline railway stations are within easy driving distance with the High Speed link offering a journey time to London of less than one hour. Easy access to the continent by Eurostar services from Ashford International, the channel tunnel terminal at Cheriton or via Dover harbour. The M20 motorway is a short drive away to London and the M25 orbital.

Description

Flat 2 Greenhills occupies the ground floor this detached block of four flats built of brick with rendered colourwashed elevations under a tiled roof. The flat, which does require updating offers spacious accommodation with wonderful bay windows providing a delightful sense of light and space.

Hall

Oak strip flooring, radiator.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Matching units comprising sink unit with 1 ½ bowls and mixer tap set in worksurface with cupboards, drawers and Zanussi washing machine under, further work surface with Neff fan assisted oven and gas hob over. Extractor filter above, range of wall mounted cupboards, integrated fridge/freezer, built in store cupboard with hot water tank and electric immersion heater fitted, and Ideal Mexico gas fired boiler with time controls for central heating and hot water. Door to side access.

Sitting Room

Tiled fireplace, attractive bay window, 2 radiators.

Bedroom 1

2 bay windows, radiator.

Bedroom 2

Bay window with sea glimpses, radiator.

Bedrooom 3/Dining Room

Built in shelved cupboard with double door and range of shelved cupboards with book shelves over, radiator.

Bathroom

Redring electric shower, wash hand basin, low level W.C., part tiled walls, radiator.

Communal Garden

There is a delightful communal garden to the rear of the property accessed via a side gate and steps leading down to a good sized lawned area. The garden is partly walled with a pleasant outlook, accommodating established shrubs and planting including roses, fuschia, buddleia and a lovely wisteria. There is a small patio area to allow for sitting and enjoying this appealing space. To the front of the property is a pretty garden with roses, and allowing for some sea glimpses.

General Information

LEASE 999 years from 25th March 1960 (owns a share in the Freehold) MAINTENANCE CHARGEThe basic maintenance charge, subject to budget, is £95.00 per month (self managed). GROUND RENT n/a

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Folkestone

Rich in Victorian/Edwardian character, architecture and one of the most popular south coast seaside resorts of the age. Much of this heritage integrates beautifully with modern regeneration - a town of pleasing contrasts.

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