Here is somewhere that will cause excited conversation, fan the flames of inspiration and ultimately make a superb home for the lucky buyers.
Built in 1949 we understand; this bungalow has been within the same family ever since. It presents a great opportunity for the next owners and the interesting thing to see will be what they choose to do here.
It has all the hallmarks of being an intriguing project for those who want to take the bungalow and make it uniquely theirs. There's scope aplenty and our imagination runs wild with all sorts of possibilities. Changes to the ground floor, possibly upstairs into the loft space as well.
Then there is that other alternative, the Grand Designs route and, taking inspiration from the stunning home being created next door many may look at this with an eye for doing their own 'Kevin McCloud' wowing design and build.
The lure of building anew and rising higher is to achieve that grand view out to sea, a magical outlook that will captivate.
It certainly will be a wonderful home either way. Set back from the road the property is actually quite easily missed, feeling tucked away behind a green boundary.
It is beside the beach and a simple walk takes you onto the seafront with stunning views across Romney Bay to Dungeness. Take a walk into Dymchurch village and grab something from Marsh Mellow, a wonderful local bakers. There are all manner of things to do, the amusements for the summer period, a Tesco Express for supplies and a real variety of shops and places to eat and drink. Of course, it is the beach that draws so many to Dymchurch and you'll enjoy the changing scenery and palette through the seasons. Situated on the Hythe side of Dymchurch means you have an easy run to that famed Cinque Port town. You are also within a short drive of well-respected Haguelands Farm Shop. New Romney is to the west, another simple drive by car and the lanes into Romney Marsh introduce you to a magical landscape of twisting winding lanes, waterways and fields, the home to some unique wildlife and a distinctly unique and very special part of England.
Feel free to take a peek at the planning for the neighbouring house, a great design by local architects Keith Barker Design. The next step is 'subject to planning'.Get in touch if you like this home.