Hazlemere Road, Seasalter, Whitstable

£1,250,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 1000_RS0388
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • FOUR BEDROOM MID CENTURY MODERN HOUSE
  • THREE RECEPTION ROOMS AND LARGE KITCHEN
  • STUNNING MASTER SUITE WITH SEA VIEWS
  • BUILT AROUND A SUNNY COURTYARD AREA
  • UNIQUE ARCHITECT DESIGNED PROPERTY
  • THREE BATHROOMS AND SEPARATE WC
  • WRAP AROUND LANDSCAPED LAWNED GARDENS
  • DRESSING ROOM AND FULL ENSUITE BATHROOM
  • DOUBLE GARAGE AND PARKING

Property Summary

** FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED MID CENTURY MODERN HOUSE ** STUNNING ARCHITECT DESIGNED PROPERTY ** SEA VIEWS IN THE COASTAL LOCATION OF SEASALTER ** CENTERED AROUND A COURTYARD ** DOUBLE GARAGE & DRIVEWAY ** LOVELY LANDSCAPED GARDENS ** THREE RECPTION ROOMS AND LARGE KITCHEN ** THREE BATHROOMS & WC **

Full Details

Cambria is a spacious Four Bedroom Detached House, which is situated a short walk from the beautiful beaches of Seasalter in Kent. The house was designed in 1973 by architect Robin Wilson and has recently undergone a comprehensive refurbishment that has seen the creation of light, bright spaces oriented around a central courtyard. At the rear is a large garden, with a coastal-inspired planting scheme of wildflowers and grasses, and plenty of room for al fresco dining. From the road, the house appears as a classic single-storey, mid-century modernist house. The rear of the building, however, reveals a further two storeys with incredible sea views, the house is characterised by a wonderfully bright, airy quality, and an incredible sense of connection to nature fostered by the expansive windows throughout. The house surrounds a paved central courtyard which grants access to and from the ground floor on three sides. Full-height sliding doors provide a wonderful continuity with the outside space, allowing sunlight to be cast across the oak floors and white-brick interior. The living, dining and kitchen areas are all brilliantly illuminated, with white detailing adding to the fresh atmosphere created by the architecture itself. At once sociable yet private, the subtly interlinked rooms function both independently and in tandem. The ground-floor bedroom has its own wet room and access to a private patio and pergola. Currently used as an office, it has wooden floors and walls painted in a deep, enveloping green. Two further bedrooms lie on the first floor, one of which is painted in a pink shade of Farrow & Ball and both with wool carpet. Crowning the house, the main bedroom lies on the second floor. Light floods the space through three Velux windows, which frame views across the marshes to one side and towards the sea on the other; there is also a skylight overhead. There is a walk-in wardrobe area with built-in cabinetry and pale green walls, plus a large bathroom with a walk-in shower and a beautiful curved bath. This space feels supremely peaceful, with the expansive views working to place the house within the context of its surroundings. The central courtyard makes an excellent spot for gathering, with easy access between indoors and out. The space is a suntrap on hot days, planted with olive trees, a pomegranate tree and a banana tree. There is also a well-proportioned mature garden with an original brick-built barbecue and paved area for dining, surrounded by a trellis which provides a shady spot for long lunches. A luscious lawn extends behind, with bushes and mature planting surrounding it. The adjacent raised beds are planted with herbs to create a thriving kitchen garden. This lovely stretch of coast is popular throughout the year for its wealth of beaches, water-sports and proximity to Canterbury, which offers a wide range of amenities and cultural interests. Whitstable offers an impressive mix of independent shops, cafés, and restaurants, wonderful historic architecture and a thriving cultural scene, a very good selection of primary and secondary schools. HS1 highspeed rail link runs from Whitstable to London St. Pancras and Stratford International in about 1 hour 20 minutes. VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED



Council Tax Band: F
Tenure: Freehold

Hall


Lobby


WC


Utility w: 1.52m x l: 1.22m (w: 5' x l: 4' )


Garage


Room 1


Kitchen w: 7.92m x l: 2.13m (w: 26' x l: 7' )


Dining w: 3.66m x l: 3.35m (w: 12' x l: 11' )


Living room w: 6.1m x l: 3.66m (w: 20' x l: 12' )


Hall


Family w: 5.49m x l: 3.35m (w: 18' x l: 11' )


En-suite w: 2.13m x l: 2.13m (w: 7' x l: 7' )


Study w: 2.44m x l: 2.13m (w: 8' x l: 7' )


FIRST FLOOR:


Landing


Bedroom 4 w: 4.27m x l: 2.74m (w: 14' x l: 9' )


Bedroom 3 w: 3.66m x l: 3.66m (w: 12' x l: 12' )


Bathroom w: 2.74m x l: 1.52m (w: 9' x l: 5' )


SECOND FLOOR:


Bedroom 1 w: 8.23m x l: 3.66m (w: 27' x l: 12' )


En-suite w: 3.66m x l: 2.74m (w: 12' x l: 9' )


Outside


Front Garden


Rear Garden