Exclusively designed fitted kitchen
Under cupboard feature lighting
Integrated fridge and freezer
Cooker hood with extractor fan
Neff oven, microwave and gas hob
Carbon Monoxide sensor
1.5 bowl sink and taps
Generous sized bedrooms
TV and power points in all bedrooms
A generous provision of power points and lights
White painted walls and ceilings
Oak internal doors with chrome furniture
Gas fired boiler, slim line convector radiators
Programme hot water and central heating control
Thermostatic heating control radiator valves
Smoke detectors on all floors
High SAP rating achieved (thermally efficient)
Double-glazed doors and windows
Temple Ewell is a historic village located three miles away from the famous town of Dover. Kearsney Rail Station is situated between the Temple Ewell, Kearsney and River villages and provides easy access to surrounding areas as well as direct links to London.
Temple Ewell village is complete with a Parish Church, a Parish Hall and a selection of restaurants and cafés. The village boasts a range of Clubs and Societies such as Community Coffee Mornings, Kent Wildlife Trust Conservation Tasks and a Bowls Club. The preface of Temple suggests that it was once owned by the Knights
Templar. Ewell is derived The village was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086 where it was recorded as having a Manor House and Watermills, together with approximately 50 dwellings and a Saxon Church. At this time, the village was owned by Bishop Odo (1030-1097) who was the half brother of William the Conqueror.
Temple Ewell is closely situated to Kearsney Abbey and Russell Gardens, located 2.5 miles north west of Dover town centre. The park provides stunning views and the opportunity to see wildlife such as waterfowl nesting on the islands or lakes. The park is also home to a Cedar of Lebanon which is believed to be of the oldest specimens in the country.
Local schools include Temple Ewell Church of England Primary School and other schools such as Dover St. Mary’s Church of England Primary School and St. Richard’s Catholic Primary School are situated nearby. The surrounding area also includes the secondary modern schools all with academy status of: St. Edmund’s Catholic School, Dover Grammar School for Girls, Dover Grammar School for Boys and Astor College.
The local town of Dover is Kent’s major ferry point and provides stunning views of the iconic White Cliffs of Dover. The town is home to the medieval Dover Castle which some sources claim to be the largest castle in England, it is a stunning local attraction which attracts many tourists year-round. The town also provides local shopping streets such as Biggin Street and Market Square. The Castleton Retail Park located north-west of the town centre along with St James’ Retail and Leisure park which consists of shops, restaurants, a hotel and cinema.