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North Quay, Conyer, Kent

Waterfront Penthouse Apartment


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• An Exceptional Penthouse Apartment

• Exclusive Gated Waterside Development

• Prestigious Position Overlooking Marina

• Three Double Bedrooms

• Stylish Open-Plan Living Spaces

• Vaulted Ceilings & Barn-Style Windows

• Communal Dinghy Store & Slipway To Creek

• Visitor Parking & Private Garage

• Spectacular Views Over Countryside

• EPC rating: D

The property was built in 2003 and designed by the renowned Clague architects, combining almost 1700 sq.ft. of spacious, generously proportioned accommodation with a well appointed and light, airy interior.

The property is entered via a double glazed front door, which opens into a welcoming entrance hall. This has an impressive, double height, barn style window, an attractive slate tiled floor, an understairs storage cupboard and stairs which lead to the top floor.

Once on the top floor, a glazed door leads to a wide central hallway which creates a natural divide between the three double bedrooms and family bathroom on the right and the open plan living space on the left. This is currently arranged as a wonderful dual aspect sitting room and a triple aspect, open plan kitchen and dining room.

The sitting room has a brick feature wall with a wood burning stove, a vaulted ceiling and tall, barn style windows and French doors which open onto the roof garden and afford spectacular views over the creek and rolling countryside.

The kitchen and dining room are equally light and airy, with a triple aspect and another set of French doors which open onto the roof garden. The kitchen has been fitted with an excellent range of wall and floor units set around lovely granite work surfaces, a range of integrated appliances and wood flooring which runs throughout most of the property.

The master bedroom is a generously proportioned double room with a built in wardrobe, an en suite bathroom and direct views over the marina and the creek.

There are two further double bedrooms which are both dual aspect and have built in wardrobes (which are complemented by extensive eaves storage throughout the entire property).

The family bathroom is a good size and has a well appointed and contemporary suite. In addition to the family bathroom, there is also a useful cloakroom, just off the entrance hall.

The whole property is immaculately presented and also benefits from elegant 'New England' style hardwood shutters throughout the living areas.

OUTSIDE: The property is set within an exclusive and award winning development, filled with traditionally styled white and dark weatherboarded properties.

It is accessed via a set of electronic, wrought iron gates which open into an attractive street scene, with a wide, block paved road, ample visitor parking, a communal dinghy store and the developments own slipway into the creek.

In addition to these communal areas, this particular property boasts a wonderful decked roof garden which measures approx. 13'6" x 10'2" and enjoys incredible views over the surrounding countryside and provides an ideal area for dining 'al fresco' or watching the sun set.

Alongside the communal visitor parking bays, the property also benefits from a brick built garage with power, light and an up and over door.

AGENT'S NOTE: Prospective buyers and sailing enthusiasts alike should note that once the sellers have completed upon the sale of their apartment, they shall no longer require their Westerly 22, four berth sailing yacht. Consequently, the new owner will have the opportunity to 'inherit' this yacht, should they wish to do so. The Westerly 22 is a fine sea boat and several have made Atlantic crossings.

For those with less adventurous sailing in mind she is perfect for exploring the tidal creeks in the Swale, The Medway and the Thames Estuary area, with bilge keels and a shallow draft of 2'3". The area is rich in nature reserves and the boat is a perfect way to go to the local sand banks where seals lie. SEE OUR VIRTUAL TOUR FOR MORE INFORMATION.

TENURE: To preserve the integrity and character of the development all properties have the balance of a 999-year-lease to the residents' own management company, who hold the freehold on behalf of all residents, who are equal shareholders. The variable annual maintenance charge is currently approx. £2,000; this sum includes building insurance and external painting.

SITUATION: Conyer is a picturesque creekside hamlet five miles from the medieval market town of Faversham. Situated on the Swale, it boasts two marinas (both with mooring options and one with a cruising club and clubhouse facilities) and the welcoming creekside Ship Inn, a superbly renovated village pub and eatery serving classic traditional fare.

Surrounded by farmland and orchards, Conyer is popular with ramblers following the historic Saxon Shore Way, sailors, photographers and bird watchers. There is a bus service to nearby Teynham with its handy convenience stores, post office, primary school and railway station (with a service to London Victoria). Rail travellers are also well served by mainline stations at Faversham (for Kent's coastal resorts) and Sittingbourne (regular commuter services to London's Victoria and a fast service to St. Pancras International).

Faversham has a wide choice of supermarkets, restaurants, individual shops and leisure facilities. There are three markets a week in the cobbled town square beside the ancient Guildhall. Community attractions include the famous annual Hop Festival (the town boasts the oldest brewery in the country) and a magnificent weekend-long classic car show. On the outskirts of the town, Brogdale 'The Home of the National Fruit Collection' stages regular events celebrating Kent as the fruit producing Garden of England.

Both Faversham and Sittingbourne boast high-achieving grammar schools. The cathedral city of Canterbury; Margate, home of its Turner Gallery; and trendy Whitstable, renowned for its oysters and interesting mix of shops, are short journeys away. Thanks to Eurostar, the 'Shuttle' and cross-Channel ferries, the Continent is virtually on your doorstep.

PLEASE NOTE: This property is being offered for sale by the vendor's estate agents, Foundation Estate Agents of Brenley in Kent, and all information and photographs have been provided by them seller. As such, Waterside Properties have not inspected the property, and are therefore not able to verify the correctness of any of the statements of fact contained herewith. Waterside Properties are not acting in an estate agency capacity for the vendor.

Please contact Foundation Estate Agents directly for further information or to arrange a viewing on 01227 752617, or email

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