A small collection of individually designed properties situated in a secluded location at the heart of Minnis Bay, only a few metres from the sandy beach. The homes are adjacent to the popular sailing club, and the windsurfing and kiteboarding clubs also utilise the perfect sandy beach access, adjacent to an area of outstanding natural beauty and special scientific interest.
The Cathedral City of Canterbury is only 14 miles away, as is Whitstable Harbour with its famous Oyster Restaurant and the Birchington-on-Sea main line railway station offers a fast service direct to London. The area also offers public, grammar and high schools of excellent standard.
The individually styled properties contain design elements linking adjacent homes, harmonising the appearance of the development as a whole.
The Gatehouse is an attractive dual aspect property enjoying sea views. The external walls are of yellow multi-stock brick construction under a brindle plain tile roof. The natural oak timber framing compliments the white exterior joinery. There are 2/3 bedrooms, two bathrooms and a large kitchen/family room with fireplace. A prime feature is the spacious first floor room with vaulted ceilings and bay windows.
Turner View is a spacious 4 bedroomed detached house with sea views, of yellow multi-stock brick construction incorporating coloured weatherboarding to the first floor elevations. The roof tiles are high quality clay multi-red plain style and the external joinery is white. There is a large entrance hall with feature staircase. The ground floor incorporates a spacious living room with fireplace and a large kitchen/family dining room with separate utility room. To the first floor there are 4 bedrooms, en-suite shower room to the master bedroom and separate family bathroom.
Reculver House an “Arts and Crafts” family home with front elevation featuring half timbered first floor elevations, medium/dark red multi-stock brick, including infills in basket weave and herringbone style brickwork. Pale cream rendered front bay and porch with “York Stone” detailing. Roof tiles to be brindle red plain tiles. The external framing will be light coloured timber to compliment the stained wood coloured joinery. To the ground floor, the property features a spacious living room with fireplace, separate dining room, also with a fireplace. The large kitchen incorporates a family breakfast/dining area as well as a separate utility room. To the first floor there are 4 bedrooms with 2 en-suite shower/bath rooms plus a further spacious family bathroom. The imposing entrance hall is flooded with light from a full height feature window over the bespoke staircase to the rear of the property. This staircase leads to the second floor to provide a future home cinema room, 2 further bedrooms, office or store, depending upon the purchaser’s requirements.
Woodsman is a large 1920s style house, featuring brindle tile hanging red plain tiled main roof. The walls are of yellow multi-stock brick construction with contrast dull red opening head and cill details. The external joinery is white. Full height stair window, gothic arch topped windows to main gable, utility room and “secret” cupboard area over the front porch. The ground floor incorporates a sitting room with fireplace, separate dining room, study, kitchen/family room with separate utility room. The spacious stairway has a galleried landing to the first floor, providing access to 4 bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys an en-suite bathroom and there is a family bathroom. The stairs provide access to the second floor area which, in the future, can provide 2 further bedrooms, home office or gym as specified by the purchaser.
Windward This part of the Kent coast is renowned for its Turner sunsets. This impressive family home will enjoy these unparalleled views from the dining room, kitchen, master bedroom suite and west facing bedrooms. The ground floor incorporates a good sized living room with fireplace, separate dining room, study, spacious kitchen/family breakfast area and separate utility room. To the first floor there are 4/5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (1 en-suite). The master bedroom features a large dressing room, which could provide an alternative of a 5th bedroom, or nursery. The walls are of burnt red multi-stock brick construction, with white weather-board and red tile hanging to first floor elevations. The roof is natural slate and the external joinery is white.