Drift - Ground floor, 1 bed homes
Entrance hall with laminate flooring
Open Plan living room/kitchen fully fitted with integral appliances and laminate flooring
Master bedroom with fitted carpet
Bathroom/w.c with thermostatic shower over bath and shower screen
Allocated parking space to rear of block
Video entry system
Lift to all floors
Built on beach front
Plot 3 (see floorplans)
Lease date: 125 years from 1st December 2015
EPC rating: B (81)
Council Tax banding C
Pets will not be permitted in apartments
Local area information
Moat is pleased to offer this one-bedroom, ground floor apartment built around 2015.
The property is situated on a broad bay just four miles from the channel tunnel.
Folkestone West train station is less than 5 miles away, with connections to London Charring Cross and St Pancras.
Less than 4 miles from connections to Europe via the Euro Tunnel le shuttle Folkestone terminal.
Hythe is one of the original Cinque ports and is steeped in history. Hythe Bay CofE Primary School is half a mile away.
Hythe itself has a selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.
The immediate area is residential, but a short walk will bring you to the Military Canal and recreational sports grounds, sailing club and pool.
Min share price from: £100,000 for a 50% share
Full price from: £200,000
Minimum deposit from: £5,000
Monthly rent from: £256
There is only one available priced at £100,000 for a 50% share.
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