Choose your own style from these vil­lage homes

Brand new homes are on of­fer in pretty east Kent vil­lage, with Blue Flag beaches just down the road. What more could you want for your next prop­erty?

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - East Kent Property - - HOMESNEWS -

A show home has just launched at a coun­try­side de­vel­op­ment of eight large fam­ily homes by Kent-based Sun­ning­dale House De­vel­op­ments.

This col­lec­tion of five-bed­room de­tached homes is ar­ranged around a pri­vate, off-road culde-sac. Each of the homes is de­signed in a dif­fer­ent tra­di­tional style and some have garages.

The homes have large, open­plan kitchen/din­ing rooms at the back, with bi-fold doors open­ing to the land­scaped gar­dens.

Kitchens come in a range of be­spoke de­signs, with high gloss, matt or real wood fin­ishes and there is a choice of gran­ite or sile­stone counter tops. In­te­grated ap­pli­ances are by AEG and there are stain­less steel sinks and taps. Some of the prop­er­ties have conservatories.

En suites have de­signer fit­tings by Vado and there are walk-in show­ers with a choice of porce­lain or stone tiles.

Kitchens and bath­rooms have qual­ity Karn­dean floor­ing and lounges have a flame-ef­fect Ad­dress: Monoc­stune Mews, Monk­ton CT12 4JF Price: From £599,995 Agent: RPC New Homes gas fire with a mar­ble or stone sur­round.

Sub­ject to build stage, Sun­ning­dale House De­vel­op­ments will of­fer buy­ers the op­por­tu­nity to choose fin­ishes from the ranges pro­vided.

There is gas-fired cen­tral heat­ing, un­der­floor heat­ing in the main rooms and a pres­surised hot wa­ter sys­tem en­sur­ing good flow to all bath­rooms.

Homes have a zoned in­truder alarm sys­tem and re­mote­con­trolled garage doors.

Most of the prop­er­ties are built over three storeys, al­though a two-storey home is also avail­able.

There are be­spoke Ge­or­gianstyle or Vic­to­rian-style stair­cases with a hard­wood balustrade.

The show home is now open for view­ing by ap­point­ment. The de­vel­op­ment is named Monoc­stune Mews as a nod to the old English name of the vil­lage of Monk­ton.

The orig­i­nal vil­lage was owned by church au­thor­i­ties and there was a dor­mi­tory for monks liv­ing there, so it be­came Monks Town and then Monk­ton.

The pretty Monk­ton na­ture re­serve is appreciated for its ge­ol­ogy, habi­tats, and rare or­chids and the stun­ning na­ture re­serve of Peg­well Bay is also close by.

Monk­ton has a pub, church and pri­mary school. Can­ter­bury is 10 miles to the west, or travel five miles east to find the Blue Flag beaches of Thanet.

The near­est train sta­tions are at Min­ster and Birch­ing­ton-on-Sea.

The pretty vil­lage church of St Mary Mag­da­lene dates from pre-Domes­day times.

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