01303 226622

01233 640800

4 Bedrooms2 Receptions2 Bathrooms1851 ft²

A handsome four bedroom detached family home of character with stunning mature gardens and set within an exclusive and highly sought after cul-de-sac in the heart of the West End.

  • Sought after detached house
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Exclusive location in West End
  • Stunning mature gardens
  • Garage
  • Viewing Recommended


5 Godwyn Gardens is situated in an exclusive cul-de-sac in the highly sought after West End within easy walking distance of the main line railway stationFolkestone 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 harbour area is undergoing a major regeneration programme that will have a positive impact on Folkestone in the future.


Communications are excellent with access to the continent by the 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. The high speed rail link with a journey time of under an hour to London St Pancras is within walking distance together with rail services to Ashford and London Charing Cross.


5 Godwyn Gardens is a handsome detached property built of brick with rendered colourwashed elevations under a tiled roof, and forms one of six similar properties in this highly sought after cul-de-sac.

Entrance Porch

Entrance Vestibule

Half glazed front door with Georgian style bevelled glass window.


Radiator, wall light point, picture rail.


Low level W.C., corner wash hand basin, radiator, ceramic floor, part tiled walls.

Sitting Room

Decorative open fireplace with marble slip and hearth, 2 radiators, picture light point, wall light point, sealed unit sliding door to garden, attractive leaded light stained glass window to hall.

Dining Room

Bay window, 2 radiators, 3 picture light points, serving hatch to kitchen.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Fitted oak style units with stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and double drainer set in work surface with cupboards, Bosch washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer under. Further work surfaces with Bosch fridge, wine rack, cupboards and drawers under, Neff hob with Neff extractor hood and light over, Bosch eye level fan assisted double oven with cupboard above and below. Bosch microwave with cupboard above and below, wall mounted cupboards, radiator, tiled splashbacks. Built in larder with shelves.

Rear Lobby

With half glazed door to garden and door to:-

Boiler Room

With wall mounted gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water.

Bedroom 1

Bay window, fitted wardrobe cupboard with mirrored doors and hanging, radiator.


Hatch and loft ladder to insulated and part boarded roof space with electric light. Picture light point, 2 wall light points.

En-suite Bathroom

Jack and Jill style to Bedrooms 1 and 2. Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin with electric strip light and shaver socket over, radiator, tiled splashback.

Bedroom 2

Bay window, radiator, fitted wardrobe unit with hanging, centre dressing table with drawers and storage lockers over, radiator.

Bedroom 3

Linen cupboard with hot water tank fitted, radiator.

Bedroom 4

Fitted wardrobe cupboard with hanging and shelf over, radiator.


Panelled bath with twin grips, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator.

Separate W.C.

Small wash hand basin, low level W.C.


About 14'6 x 10'6 (4.26m x 3.23m), timber garage with pitched roof, up and over door, personal door to side. Electric power and light.


There is a delightful, large and established garden to the rear of the property which has been well tended and enjoyed over the years. The garden boasts an abundance of mature trees including oak along with tidy borders and a generous lawn. A trellis spans the width of the garden with archways leading through to the far end with further trees and planting making this garden a haven for various birds and wildlife. A pathway leads down one side to a small summerhouse, whilst a patio area is located outside the sitting room, with a further pergola and sheltered area set to the side. A pathway also leads to a potting shed.Manicured formal rose beds provide a traditional element to the garden with an alternate spot dedicated to ornamental ferns adding a tropical summer touch. This open and mature space is truly charming and an absolute gem, veiled within it's West End location.The front garden is neatly laid to lawn with a central pathway leading to the front door. Comfortably formal with clipped and shaped foliage, a neat boarder, and a driveway for various vehicles.


All mains services are connected. Central heating and hot water from the gas fired boiler. (The central heating and hot water system(s), together with any appliances mentioned in the particulars, have not been tested by Smith Woolley).

General Information

TENUREFreeholdCOUNCIL TAXCurrently listed in band G - Charge for financial year 2019/2020 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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