On a clear day you can see France! Italian-style villa with four bedrooms and stunning view over the Channel goes on sale for £1.6million
- Kingsdown Place, situated on the cliffs near Deal in Kent, has stunning views over the English Channel
- The large house used to serve as the west wing of the old village manor house until it was divided up in 1990s
- The seaside property features four bedrooms, a large kitchen/dining rooms, a drawing room, an office, and a loft suite
Nestled in the picturesque seaside cliffs near Kent, this secluded grand Italian-style villa has just gone on the market for a staggering £1.6million.
Kingsdown Place, situated on the cliffs of Kingsdown near Deal in Kent, has stunning views over the English Channel and also offers a glimpse of France from 20 miles away.
With mainland Europe only a stones throw away, a Second World War gun emplacement also remains on the grounds and has been decked over with Japanese style waiting arbour.
Kingston Place is nestled in the picturesque seaside cliffs near near Deal in Kent and offers stunning views over the Channel
The property, which has just gone on the market with estate agent Marshall & Clarke for £1.6million, offers seaside views from its balconies
A step inside the seaside villa’s drawing room reveals a high ceiling and three sets of double glazed windows. One side of the room offers stunning views onto the sea while the other offers a beautiful view of the garden
As the lucky buyer sits at the sofa they can take in the sea air as well as look on into the picturesque garden of the property
The double glazed windows inside the seaside property offer stunning views over the clifftop and onto the Channel
Another, slightly smaller room inside the clifftop home, reveals wooden furniture and orange painted walls. The property also features four bedrooms, a large kitchen/dining rooms, a drawing room, an office, and a loft suite
The large detached house used to serve as the west wing of the old village manor house until it was divided up in the 1990s.
A step inside the seaside property reveals four bedrooms, a large kitchen/dining rooms, a drawing room, an office, and a loft suite with another bedroom and bathroom.
The drawing room inside the property was once the original ballroom for the old manor house and comes complete with a high ceiling and French windows that give way to views of the Channel while the master bedroom on the first floor provides a balcony with lovely views of the sea.
Outside the property is also a gate to the Japanese garden and a raised viewing platform overlooking the beach.
A spokesman for estate agents Marshall & Clarke said: ‘This is a wonderful opportunity to acquire one of the most impressive houses in the area.
A step inside the villa’s bathroom reveals a brightly lit space with cream tiles and walls. A window inside the bathroom offers a view of the spacious garden outside
A spacious bedroom sits inside the £1.6million property that offers its lucky buyer with a stunning view of the garden and the sea in the distance
A step onto the balcony of the luxury property reveals panoramic views over the ‘Fishermans Cottage’s’ and the English Channel
The kitchen inside the seaside villa features large bay windows offering views of the garden and a cream themed cupboards
The loft suite at the top of the stunning property comes with another bedroom and bathroom and is great for those with a few more guests to entertain
A floor plan of the property reveals the the drawing room on the ground floor and the master bedroom situated on the first floor
‘The house has its own separate gated drive leading off the main at the front and steps at the end of the terrace lead down to a deck and lawn overlooking the Channel at the back.
‘It is a beautiful property in a great setting. From Kingsdown you can see France quite clearly.’
The property was built in early 1800s by wealthy farmer William Curling and his wife Elizabeth.
They generously donated large sums of money for the building of Kingsdown village church, rectory, village hall and school.
In 1934 the house and gardens became a seaside holiday village and in the 1990s the house was sold off separately and divided into four separate dwellings. Kingsdown Place is one of the larger of the four.
The property can be viewed here: http://www.marshallandclarke.com/