A lovely top floor apartment in "Kent's largest village" Birchington, with the added convenience that it is walking distance to the sea and the station with high speed trains to London.
When the owners of this lovely apartment moved back from France they wanted to be somewhere special, somewhere near the sea.
They didn't want to be isolated and yet they also didn't want to be amidst the hubbub of a large town; a large village seemed perfect!
Birchington caught their attention by chance and they rented accommodation here at first, in fact in the same building.
When the opportunity arose to buy this apartment they already understood the benefits of being here, the space, the balcony and the light the windows draw in and the fact they would be buying a share of the freehold with it.
The owners are going to miss the community and convenience of a few minutes walk to the sea front, a couple of minutes to the train station for a high speed trip to London.
Or just the stroll to the local shops for the everyday needs. Walks to Minnis Bay, along to Margate, these things make life so joyful here and have been enjoyed time and again.
If you live here and need to visit work in London or just enjoy the Theatre, shops, the food and the buzz of London; when the mood takes you just grab your coat and go.
"Birchington itself is said to be Kent's largest village" and it is easy to see why if you go through Birchington-on-Sea’s bustling
high street and down to the coast for the first time you would be easily mistaken for thinking you were in a seaside town.
Those who are lucky enough to live in and around this seaside village can boast a vibrant high street just a mile away
from the stunning coastline.
With the breath taking Minnis Bay popular all year round, the Minnis Bay pub and restaurant
brings with it fabulous views and some high quality food to match.
Station Road is home to a Co-op and a Sainsbury’s - how many villages in Kent can boast that?
On the outskirts of Birchington lies Quex Park, a 19th century manor house which is home to the Powell Cotton museum
amongst other attractions. Whether you’re looking for an idyllic wedding venue or just after a bit of fun at a minigolf or a maze,
Quex Park will fill that need.
The Guardian Newspaper once said about Birchington: " This little patch of our proud island
(itself once on an isle of its own; Thanet, since reconnected to Blighty by a drawbridge of silt) remains,
packed with Englishmen's castles, in every style, escapees all from The Rest of the World."Get in touch if you like this home.