Listed building with intriguing history

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This fascinating Grade II listed house right on the seafront at
Sandwich Bay is now on the market for £1.35m.

Kentlands was believed to have been built in about 1920 by the
architect CH Biddulph-Pinchard from two 17th century houses near
Dover, along with timbers from dismantled barns.

As well as the main house, also on the plot is an annexe and a
lodge house of almost 1,850 sq ft.

The accommodation in the main house is made up of a reception
hall, three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room and domestic

Upstairs are five bedrooms with three bathrooms, a shower room,
an attic and a study. Within the principal house is a three-bedroom
annexe with a sitting room and kitchen, which could be easily
incorporated back into the property.

The lodge has a double reception room, kitchen, two bedrooms and
a bathroom along with a games room formerly used for garaging.

Kentlands is set in just under an acre of enclosed gardens with
an outdoor swimming pool.

Nicholas Rooke, of GW Finn and Sons, said: “Kentlands is one of
the most prominent houses in Sandwich Bay and one could happily
spend hours enjoying the sea view, watching the passing ships and
sailing boats.”

For more details contact GW Finn 01227 710200.

Thursday, June 30 2011

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