DUE FOR COMPLETION SPRING 2018. A striking new development of two contemporary family homes, enviably situated in an elevated position from where they command unrivalled panoramic views across Whitstable town, across the bay and towards the Isle of Sheppey beyond.
These exceptional detached houses have been finished to an impressive specification throughout, with spacious, largely open-plan accommodation set over three floors, thoughtfully designed to take advantage of the far reaching views from the principal rooms.
The ground floor accommodation for each house comprises a living room, family room open-plan to a stylish kitchen incorporating full-height windows and bi-folding doors opening to a large balcony. On the lower ground floor there are three bedrooms, two of which open to the garden, two bathrooms (one en-suite) and a utility room. The first floor is occupied by the master bedroom suite, with en-suite shower room and dressing area.
To the outside
The thoroughly landscaped gardens provide the perfect environment in which to relax or entertain, with an area laid to lawn, a paved terrace which is partially sheltered, and a staircase rising to a large balcony which spans the width of the house.
To the front of each house, a block paved driveway provides access to an undercroft parking area.
Martindown Road is a much sought after location on the outskirts of this popular seaside town, enjoying an elevated position and within easy access of Duncan Downs. Whitstable itself is a charming town by the sea with its working harbour and colourful streets of fisherman's cottages. The High Street and Harbour Street offer a diverse range of boutique shops, café bars and highly regarded restaurants specialising in local seafood. The mainline railway station at Whitstable provides frequent services to London (Victoria) approximately 80 mins and to the surrounding area. The high speed Javelin service provides access to London (St Pancras) with a journey time of approximately 73 mins. The A299 is also easily accessible offering access to the A2/M2 leading to the channel ports and subsequent motorway network.