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Sun Lane, St Nicholas At Wade, CT7 0NU  |  Offers in Excess of £700,000

Key Points

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  • Covering An Impressive 2442 sq ft (226.8 sq m)
  • Three Principal Reception Rooms
  • Conservatory Opening Out To A Private Courtyard
  • Highly Desirable & Tucked Away Village Location
  • Substantial Grade II Listed Georgian Residence
  • Four Double Bedrooms (Master En-Suite)
  • Beautifully Landscaped 86' (26.26m) Rear Garden
  • Bespoke Solid Wood Kitchen With Quartz Surfaces
  • Downstairs Wet Room & Utility Room

Property Information

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'North Grange' is a most alluring Georgian residence, tucked right away within a highly desirable village location and occupying a sumptuous garden plot.
The property is Grade II Listed and believed to date from the early 1800's, forming part of the original Manor House with red and brown brick elevations and elegant sash windows beneath a Kent Peg tiled roof.
Covering an impressive 2442 sq ft (226.8 sq m), wonderfully light and airy accommodation sprawls over three floors with all rooms of generous proportion.
The entrance hall with its double height aspect and stone flooring provides an immediate sense of grandeur. The first of three principal reception rooms is currently used as a study; a beautiful room with wood panelled walls and a fireplace housing a log burning stove.
The main drawing room features solid oak flooring and a stunning 'Inglenook' fireplace which proves to be a real focal point. Double casement doors open into an impressive formal dining room overlooking the manicured rear garden.
The bespoke kitchen is handcrafted from solid wood and features bevelled quartz work surfaces, integrated appliances and 'Travertine' marble flooring. Bi-folding doors then open into a conservatory, providing a lovely breakfast room with French doors opening out to an endearing courtyard. A downstairs wet-room and utility room concludes the generous ground floor.
The first floor presents three double bedrooms (master en-suite) and a family bathroom. One of these rooms works well as a guest room with a secondary staircase that leads from the rear lobby, providing complete privacy if required. The second floor provides another double bedroom with rural views.
Externally, 'North Grange' boasts the most beautiful landscaped, walled rear garden which has been much admired at the biennial Village Open Gardens Weekend. The garden is well stocked with an abundance of flowers and plants whilst an attractive water fountain acts as the centre piece. The brick built office is accessed from here and is ideal for those looking to work from home that need to be away from the busy household.
All in all, a truly special home which has undergone significant improvements by the current owner. Call the exclusive sole agents, Kent Estate Agencies to arrange your viewing appointment.

Location
Nestled between the seaside towns of Birchington and Herne Bay and only 10 miles from the historic city of Canterbury is the semi-rural village of St Nicholas-at-Wade. Originally named after the Patron Saint of sailors, it is reputed that there was once a channel of water that you would have to wade across to reach the village. The Wantsum Channel was a strait separating the Isle of Thanet from the north-eastern extremity of the English county of Kent and connecting the English Channel and the Thames Estuary. It was a major shipping route when Britain was part of the Roman Empire, and continued in use until it was closed by silting in the late Middle Ages. Its course is now represented by the River Stour and the River Wantsum, which is little more than a drainage ditch lying between Reculver and St Nicholas-at-Wade and joins the Stour about 1.7 miles (2.7 km) south-east of Sarre. St Nicholas is proud of its village hall dating from the 1930's and its sports field with cricket pavilion in Bell Meadow that host's cricket matches and of course, not forgetting the Church dating back to Norman times. St Nicholas boasts one of the most sought after primary schools in the area and has an outstanding Ofsted report. There are two local pubs serving exceptional food and a village shop with post office. Despite its semi-rural setting, it is under 1 mile to the A299 that provides links to the M2 and only 3.8 miles to Minster train station that has connections to Canterbury West where you can pick up the high-speed service that will take you to London St Pancras in under an hour. It is only a 4.5 mile drive to the beautiful Minnis Bay which is popular for windsurfing, kitesurfing and provides access to some excellent coastal cycling and walking routes. There are three prestigious golf courses in the area. Royal St Georges - home to the Open every 4 to 5 years, Princes Golf Course and North Foreland, which are all 'Links' style courses.

 

Non Approved Property Details

 

Entrance Hall

Partially glazed painted wood front entrance door. Window. Radiator. Power points. Balustrade staircase to first floor. Stone flooring.

 

Office/Third Reception Room 14' 3 x 14' 2 (4.35m x 4.32m )

Feature brick multi-fuel burning stove. Two windows to front with window seats and working original shutters. Radiator. Power points. Wood panelled walls.

 

Drawing Room 20' 10 x 15' 6 plus alcove (6.35m x 4.73m )

Stunning 'Inglenook' fireplace housing log burning stove. Window to side. Two radiators. TV point. Phone point. Power points. Storage cupboard. Oak flooring. Hatch opening to cellar. Casement doors opening to dining room. Large storage cupboard.

 

Dining Room 18' 3 x 10' 10 (5.57m x 3.31m )

Windows to rear overlooking the rear garden. Two radiators. Power points. French doors to rear garden. Oak flooring.

 

Conservatory 8' 9 x 7' 6 (2.67m x 2.29m )

Radiator. French doors to courtyard. Travertine tiled flooring. Door to utility room.

 

Utility Room 5' 2 x 4' (1.58m x 1.22m )

Solid wood work surface. Power points. Plumbing for washing machine. Travertine tiled flooring. Extractor fan. Cupboard housing electric consumer unit.

 

Kitchen 14' 5 x 11' 5 at max points (4.4m x 3.48m )

The bespoke handcrafted kitchen is of solid wood and planned with a matching range of wall and base units arranged on three walls with inset 1 1/2 bowl sink unit. Quartz work surfaces with drainer grooves and upstands. Pull out larder cupboard. Carousel corner cupboard. Water purifier. Gas range cooker with 6 ring gas hob. Integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Window to front. Power points. Downlighters. Travertine tiled flooring.

 

Downstairs Wet Room 5' 10 x 4' 7 (1.78m x 1.4m )

Suite in white comprising wall mounted shower unit with shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, and close coupled WC. Chrome heated towel rail. Tiled walls. Downlighters. Sky light window. Extractor fan. Travertine tiled flooring.

 

Rear Lobby

Sky light window. Downlighters. Secondary staircase to first floor. Travertine tiled flooring. Radiator. Solid oak door to garden.

 

Landing

Power points. Balustrade staircase to second floor. Under stairs storage cupboard. Additional wardrobe cupboard.

 

Master Bedroom 14' 8 x 14' 2 (4.48m x 4.32m )

Two windows to side overlooking rural views. Window seats with working original shutters. Built in wardrobe cupboard and additional cupboard with shelves. Two radiators. Power points. Wood panelled walls.

 

En Suite 9' 11 x 7' 1 plus recess (3.03m x 2.16m )

Suite in white comprising large, walk-in tiled double shower cubicle with Aqualisa electric shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC. Chrome heated towel rail. Shaver point. Partially tiled walls. Window to rear. Porcelain tiled flooring.

 

Bedroom Two 15' 11 x 12' 7 (4.86m x 3.84m )

Bay window overlooking rear garden. Double airing cupboard. Two radiators. Power points. Door providing access to the secondary staircase which leads to the rear lobby on the ground floor.

 

Bedroom Three 11' 3 x 10' 5 (3.43m x 3.18m )

Window to rear overlooking the rear garden. Radiator. Power points.

 

Bedroom Four 13' 4 x 12' 9 (4.07m x 3.89m )

Window to front overlooking rural views. Radiator. Power points. Eaves storage cupboard.

 

Bathroom 11' 5 x 6' 3 (3.48m x 1.91m )

Suite in white comprising panelled bath with mixer tap and hand held shower attachment, fully tiled double shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, and close coupled WC. Radiator. Window to side. Downlighters. Tiled flooring.

 

Outside Brick Built Office 12' 5 x 7' 5 (3.79m x 2.27m )

Power points and light. Radiator. Window overlooking the rear garden.

 

Brick Build Shed 7' 6 x 6' (2.29m x 1.83m )

Power & light. Window overlooking the rear garden.

 

Rear Garden 86' 2 x 52' 4 (26.26m x 15.95m )

The rear garden has been professionally landscaped and is stocked with a plethora of flowers, plants and shrubs. Expanse of formal lawn with a paved patio area and flower bed borders. Water fountain. Sundial engraved with 'Life, Light, Love'. Secluded alcove with statue and mirror.

 

Main Services

The following mains services are connected to the property electricity, water, gas, drainage and a telephone line. All services will be subject to the appropriate companies transfer condition.

 

Heating

Central heating is provided by a gas fired boiler and hot water radiators as indicated in these particulars.

 

Windows

The windows are a combination of double and single glazed units.

 

Tenure

The property is to be sold Freehold with vacant possession.

 

Council Tax

We are advised by the Valuation Office that the property is currently within Council Tax Band F. The amount payable under tax band F for the year 2020/2021 is £2,743.16.

i:- The Council Tax Band website displays a review pending indicator. The indicator shows that improvements have been made to the property which might result in a tax band increase when a 'relevant transaction' next takes place, e.g. the property is sold.

 

Viewing

Please ring us to make an appointment. We are open from 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm Saturdays and 10am to 4pm on Sundays.

 

 

Agent Notes

Kent Estate Agencies gives notice for themselves and for the sellers of the property, whose agents they are that any floor plans, plans or mapping and measurements are approximate quoted in metric with imperial equivalents. All are for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The measurements are provided in accordance with the R.I.C.S. Code of Measuring Practice 6th edition. <br />We have not carried out a structural survey and the services, appliances and specific fittings have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Prospective purchasers or lessees should seek their own professional advice. Kent Estate Agencies retain the copyright in all advertising material used to market this property. <br />No person in the employment of Kent Estate Agencies has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. Purchase prices, rents or other prices quoted are correct at the date of publication and, unless otherwise stated, exclusive of VAT. <br />For a free valuation of your property contact the number on this brochure.

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