Stylish period cottage, thoughtfully updated by the owners to provide a wonderful holiday retreat just a short walk from the seafront in the popular town of Whitstable.
This property is located close to Whitstable town centre, within a few minutes’ walk of the town’s beach, harbour, and excellent collection of independent shops. The town is also well known for its culinary heritage, and there is a wide range of restaurants, pubs, and bistros in the town, many of which specialise in offering the very best of local produce. There are also many enjoyable day trips to be had in the area surrounding the town, including the towns of Margate and Canterbury, a fantastic choice of beaches, the wildlife parks at Howletts and Port Lympne, or perhaps even hop on the Eurotunnel and enjoy a day in France.
Opening the front door of this stylish property, guests will come straight to the attractive lounge with its bay window, solid wood floor, comfortable seating, flame-effect electric fire, and TV. This room leads seamlessly onto the spacious, light-filled dining area, which in turn, leads through to the contemporary kitchen with its oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher. A washer/dryer is kept in a separate utility cupboard, and there is also a downstairs wet room with shower and WC. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, both of which are double rooms, one of which has its own TV/DVD, and the other which has an en-suite bathroom with a bath and WC. Guests should be aware that the stairs in this cottage are typical of properties from this era, and as such are quite steep and narrow. Therefore, this property is not suitable for children under five, or for those with mobility issues.
Outside, there is a pretty, pebbled garden to the rear of the property which is furnished not only with a table and chairs, but also with two outdoor sofas, which are great for relaxing on in the sunshine. There is roadside parking available locally.