01303 226622

01233 640800

4 Bedrooms2 Receptions2 Bathrooms2069 ft²

An impressive 4 bedroom Art Deco style house with well proportioned and spacious reception rooms set in a quiet cul-de-sac in a popular residential area.

  • Impressive 4 bed detached house
  • Art Deco style
  • Well proportioned rooms
  • Quiet cul-de-sac
  • Popular residential area
  • Lovely garden
  • Garage
  • Walking distance high speed link
  • Viewing Recommended


1 Avereng Gardens is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in a popular residential area, close to Radnor Park. The town centre, where there is a good variety of shopping and entertainment facilities is within walking distance. There is a good selection of schools in the area and a variety of sporting facilities including Folkestone leisure centre only a short walk away.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 harbour area is undergoing a major regeneration programme that will have a positive impact on Folkestone in the future.


Communications are excellent. Folkestone Central mainline railway station is within easy walking 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 leading to London and the M25 orbital.


1 Avereng Gardens is believed to have been built in the late 1930's of brick with rendered colourwashed elevations and uPVC sealed unit windows under a tiled roof. This wonderful detached home has spacious and well proportioned reception rooms and still retains some of the Art Deco features of that time, including detailed internal doors, some quarry tiled window sills, and a Vitrolite tiled bathroom.1 Avereng Gardens is coming to the market for the first time in 52 years.

Entrance Vestibule

Oak front door, quarry tiled floor.


Recessed cloaks area, built in shelved cupboard, radiator.

Sitting Room

Double aspect room with art deco style window to front allowing maximum light, decorative fireplace surround, skirting radiators, 2 wall light points, quarry tiled window sills.

Dining Room

Oak strip flooring, skirting radiator, cupboard with shelved serving area to kitchen.


Matching cream units comprising stainless steel sink unit with single handed mixer tap set in work surface with integrated Neff dishwasher, cupboards and drawer under, further work surface with cupboards and drawers under, Neff gas hob with Elica extractor hood over and Neff fan assisted oven below, range of matching wall mounted cupboards, sliding door to serving area and cutlery drawer to dining room, part tiled walls, radiator, half glazed door to utility room. Built in larder cupboard with space for upright fridge/freezer, quarry tiled floor. Boiler cupboard with Potterton Kingfisher gas fired boiler with pressurised system.

Utility Room

Plumbing and space for washing machine, built in cupboard, uPVC sealed unit door to garden.


Low level W.C., corner wash hand basin.


Hatch and loft ladder to insulated roof space, built in linen cupboard with hot water tank and electric immersion heater fitted, built in shelved cupboard.

Bedroom 1

Double aspect, skirting radiator.

Bedroom 2

Fitted wardrobe cupboard with hanging and storage over, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, 2 wall light points, door to:-

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Eaves Study Area

With radiator, potential to create an en-suite bathroom subject to the necessary planning permissions.

Bedroom 3

Built in wardrobe cupboard, 2 wall light points, radiator.


Cast iron bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, wash hand basin, heated towel rail/radiator, electric shaver point. Vitrolite tiled walls.

Bedroom 4

Built in wardrobe cupboard, radiator.

Bathroom 2

Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment over, wash hand basin with electric strip light and shaver socket over, low level W.C., radiator, part tiled walls.

Separate W.C.

Low level W.C.


About 17'11 x 11'11 (5.2m x 3.3m), timber concertina door, 2 windows, electric power, light and water.


There is a delightful garden surrounding the property which has been kept in a very neat and tidy order. The main garden lies to the side of the house which is mainly laid to lawn with mature tree and shrub borders. A patio is accessed via the dining room with a small border wall opening onto the lawn, whilst a pathway leads around the rear of the property and through an attractive wrought iron gate to a very private south facing area in which to relax and enjoy any sun. A second gate allows access to the far side of the garden whereby a utility area can be found accommodating an established garden for vegetables etc. Along with a pretty timber greenhouse and potting shed. Steps lead down to an Anderson shelter which provides storage for garden implements.

General Information

SERVICESAll mains services are connected. Central heating and hot water from the Potterton Kingfisher gas fired boiler. Hot water also from an electric immersion heater. (The central heating and hot water system(s), together with any appliances mentioned in the particulars, have not been tested by Smith Woolley).COUNCIL TAXCurrently listed in band G - Charge for financial year 2018/2019 is £3,025.80 by Folkestone & Hythe District Council Telephone: 01303- 853000.FIXTURES AND FITTINGSThe fitted carpets and curtains, together with the fixtures and fittings not mentioned in the particulars, are excluded from the sale but may be available to a purchaser by separate negotiation if required.VIEWINGSTRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT THROUGH THIS OFFICE.

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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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