• Entrance Porch Hallway
• Open plan Living / Dining Room
• Kitchen with Rear Conservatory
• Breakfast Room
• Utility Room
• Ground Floor WC
• Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room/WC
• 2 Further Double Bedrooms with wash hand basins
• Large Single Bedroom
• Family Bathroom/WC
• Attic Room
• Gravel Parking Area
• Garage with Access from Draffin Lane
• Private Rear Garden
Description: Beachcomber is a spatially deceptive house of traditional brick and block construction with tiled first floor elevations, with UPVC double glazed windows, beneath a pitched tiled and flat felt roof. The property was built by the current owners in 1964 and has over the years been extended and improved providing further living accommodation.
This property is accessed from New Lydd Road over a front circular gravel drive with off street parking for a number of cars and providing access to a central front door.
The accommodation provides an entrance hallway leading though to an open plan living / dining room with side and rear sliding patio doors, with feature wood burner. Accessed from the living room is a south facing conservatory with rear French doors leading out to the rear garden. The kitchen accessed from the dining room has pine wall and base units with laminate worktops, plastic sink and drainer, ceramic hob, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer and oil fed Rayburn cooker with boiler that provides central heating and hot water. A smaller rear conservatory is accessed from the kitchen leading out to the garden while adjoining the kitchen is a breakfast room, with connecting door to the living room and through door into a utility room off which is a downstairs loo, and access out to a covered carport with garage door.
Stairs from the entrance hallway lead up to a first floor landing off which is a master bedroom with double aspect windows, built in wardrobes and ensuite shower room/WC, a further two double bedrooms both with rear facing windows and built in wash basins, and a further large single bedroom currently used as an office. A family bathroom is also accessed from the landing with walk in shower, panel bath and vanity unit with built in washbasin and WC. From the first floor landing an access stair ladder leads up to a boarded loft room.
Externally at the rear is a paved seating area looking over a lawn garden with side borders, green house, woodshed, store shed, workshop and garage as well as a rear access from Draffin Lane.
Situation: The village of Camber is situated only 3.75 miles from Rye and is well known for its fine sandy beach and soft sandy dunes known as Camber Sands. This five mile beach runs from the mouth of the River Rother up towards the military ranges past Jury’s Gap. The beach has become a popular destination with holiday makers, kite surfers, dog walkers, equestrian riders and film makers alike, with its south facing vistas looking out into the English Channel. Camber village has a number of cafes, two general stores, and two public houses/restaurants, whilst approximately 4 miles away is the ancient Cinque Ports town of Rye, with its cobbled streets and period buildings that offer shops, recreational and cultural facilities. The historic Old Town of Hastings is 16 miles away with its seafront and promenade, whilst inland are the market towns of Tenterden with its tree lined high street known as the “Jewel in the Weald” and the market town of Ashford with its choice of supermarkets, cinemas, and McArthur Glen designer retail outlet park. Leisure activities in the area include a local thriving tennis, sailing, and links golf clubs as well as opportunities for riding, kite surfing on the nearby Camber Sands Beach and walking in the surrounding countryside.
Schools: There are several highly regarded schools in the area including Vinehall, St Ronan’s, Marlborough House, Claremont, Buckswood, Cranbrook Grammar School. Rye offers a number of pre-nursery, primary and secondary schools.
Travel and Transport: Camber is situated 3.75 miles from Rye train station offering links to Hastings and Ashford with the Ashford International line with connecting high speed services from Ashford for London St Pancras (Rye to London 1 hr 8 minutes) and the Continent via Eurostar. Nearby the M20 may be joined at Ashford via the A259 and A2070 with connections to the M25 and Dover Ferry Port.
Services: Mains Water, Mains Drainage, Mains Electricity, Oil Fired Central Heating and Water, Solar Water Heating, Solar panels
Broadband Speed: 50 Mbps (Uswitch.com)
Mobile Coverage: 3G and 4G on 3 Mobile, EE, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone and O2
Council Tax: Council Band E
Local Authority: Rother District Council Tel: 01424 787000
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Anderson Hacking Ltd on 01797 224852.
Agents note: The property adjoins a large lawn garden to the right of the property which is held on a separate title and is being marketed separately as a development plot.
Directions: From our offices in Cinque Ports Street proceed along into Tower Street bearing into Landgate. Turn right onto Bedford Place and at the mini roundabout take first exit onto the A259 sign posted Dover. Proceed for 1 mile then turn right onto Camber Road. Proceed for further 3 miles into Camber and after entering 30 mph speed zone Beachcomber will be found on the left hand side just before the Gallivant Hotel.