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FOR SALE, NEW ROMNEY, GUIDE PRICE £640,000.
I Church Approach is a lovingly restored attached Grade II Listed period house of medieval origin with an eighteenth century Georgian façade of red brick with grey headers and a parapet set with tall sash windows beneath a pitched tiled roof. To the rear elevation is a curvilinear Dutch gable. Internally, the accommodation, which has high ceilings throughout, is a triumph of harmonisation of the older building in its original guise with the gentrified rooms of the later period. In addition, there is a most appealing coach house and an exquisite garden set behind an old brick wall with wrought iron gates.
A panelled front door beneath a hood on carved brackets opens into a lofty reception hall with a flagstone floor, a beamed ceiling and matchboard panelling to dado height. To the rear is an inner hall with a turned staircase to the first floor, exposed studwork to one wall, exposed floorboards and a door to the rear garden,
which is very much a feature of the property being set down to lawn with a flagstone terrace and borders planted with peonies, geraniums, lavender, rosemary, digitalis and a topiary tree with a large square base and sculptured rings above.
New Romney's historic high street has several small and interesting shops and services including banks, surgeries, greengrocers, florist, bakery, post office, pubs, restaurants and a Sainsburys supermarket. The town is also known for its Country Fayre and Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch light railway. Schools in the area include The Marsh Academy in New Romney together with the Folkestone School for Girls, The Harvey Grammar School for boys, Norton Knatchbull Grammar School for boys and Highworth Grammar School for girls both in Ashford, 11 miles to the north. A school bus runs to both the Folkestone Grammar schools from New Romney. The A2070 Ashford approach road connects to the M20 and International Station which offers commuting services to London and high speed service to St Pancras, journey time 37 minutes. The Channel Tunnel Terminal near Folkestone is 12 miles and the Ancient Town of Rye, with its period Citadel, is about 10 miles to the west. Access to coastal bathing beaches is within 2 miles at Littlestone, where there is also an excellent links golf course and at Camber, 7 miles.
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FOR SALE, PLOT OF LAND, RYE, GUIDE PRICE, £450,000
An individual building plot with planning permission for one detached 3000sqft dwelling within close proximity to the Town’s amenities including the mainline station.
The plot formed part of the lower garden of Lalapanzi, Hillyfields (off Rye Hill). Planning Permission was granted in 2016 (Decision Date 25th August 2016) and is valid for 3 years. Images from the plans are included within the sales particulars but further details can be viewed on www.rother.gov.uk
Application No. RR/2016/1693/P
The plot can be viewed unaccompanied and we suggest you park in the Town and continue on foot, access is off Rye Hill, proceed approximately half way down Deadmans Lane where you will see a wooden gate on your right with steps up to the plot itself. Take care when either walking up or down Deadmans Lane as it is a narrow, mainly, one way lane which provides vehicular access into the Town.
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