Beautiful, detached property in the ever-popular village of Kingsdown. The property itself is nestled away down the quiet area of Balmoral Road. The property is striking in its majesty, imperious in size and superbly finished. The property is a combination of red brick, cedar clad, monocouche render and grey aluminum double glazing windows.

You enter the property through an Italian style entrance door with chrome handles into the atrium which is comprised of engineered oak flooring and attractive internal doors complimented by a beautiful oak and glazed balustrade which leads to the first and second floors. To the left of the entrance hall, you have a large double room, which could easily double up as a home office, should you not fancy the morning commute. The next room is a cinema room which has surround sound music system, projector, and cinema screen. There are beautiful French doors that give access to the rear patio. The next door reveals a utility room which has a range of attractive base and wall mounted cabinets, quartz worktop, chrome mixer taps with cold water filter, oak flooring and aluminum doors giving access to the rear patio area. The house also boasts a wellness suite just off the central hall and comprises of wet room, steam room, integrated surround sound system and attractive porcelain tiling. The final room on the ground floor is a secondary utility room which houses the boiler providing hot water and central heating and the steam generator. There is also the added benefit of a mains water softener.

Room Sizes
Bedroom 4.39m x 4.11m (14'5 x 13'6)
Cinema Room 4.83m x 4.39m (15'10 x 14'5)
Kitchen/Diner 9.07m x 5.16m (29'9 x 16'11 )
Bedroom 5.99m x 5.13m (19'8 x 16'10)
Bedroom 5.21m x 4.42m (17'1 x 14'6)
Living Room 8.36m x 6.27m (27'5 x 20'7)
Bedroom 5.99m x 4.93m (19'8 x 16'2)
Bedroom 5.21m x 4.34m (17'1 x 14'3 )
Integral Double Garage 6.05m x 5.94m (19'10 x 19'6 )

Deal Area Guide

For families dreaming of a seaside retreat Kent has no shortage of historic and attractive seaside destinations and Deal is another town with plenty going for it. On the coast in east Kent, Deal is closer to Calais than it is London. One of the longer journ