Joy Lane, Kent, CT5

For Sale £2,250,000

Joy Lane, Kent, CT5

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Nestled in the heart of the picturesque coastal town of Whitstable, this home stands as a timeless and sophisticated residence, epitomising the essence of refined living overlooking the sea. This distinguished property is built to a high specification with interior design by Italian architects. Situated in a private gated development with parking for approximately three cars.

The interior exudes an air of sophistication, featuring high-quality finishes and thoughtful design elements throughout. The open living spaces are bathed in natural light, creating an inviting atmosphere that encourages both relaxation and entertaining with views of the sea on all levels. Elegant flooring combined with underfloor heating has been fitted throughout. Neutral colour palette contribute to the overall sense of refined aesthetics. The principle kitchen also boasts Miele appliances.

The bedrooms offer tranquility and comfort. Each room is generously appointed with luxurious details overlooking the sea with access to a balcony. The fourth floor comprises solely of the principle suite, a haven of relaxation, featuring a spa-like ensuite bath, walk-in closet and private secluded balcony overlooking the sea.

The outdoor spaces have been thoughtfully designed to provide a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living. With superb terraces, balconies and a manageable garden creating an ideal setting for al fresco dining, morning coffee, or simply enjoying the coastal breeze.

Joy Lane is more than just a residence; it is an embodiment of a refined lifestyle. With its timeless design, meticulous attention to detail, and prime location in Whitstable.

Living in Whitstable:
Whitstable, a charming seaside town in Kent, England, is known for its unique character, beautiful coastline, and delightful attractions. Here are some highlights, including restaurants and the new beach sauna.

The Cathedral City of Canterbury:
Just 7.3 miles (22min) away you can wind your way around Canterbury’s cobbled streets and historic sights, shop at a huge mix of independent and high street retailers, and relax in award-winning restaurants, breweries and cosy cafés.

Whitstable Beach:
The beach is a central attraction with its pebble shores and colourful beach huts. Visitors can enjoy long walks along the coast, take in the sea air, and enjoy views of the picturesque Whitstable Bay.

Whitstable Harbour:
The harbour is a bustling area with fishing boats, seafood stalls, and lively pubs. You can stroll along the harbour, enjoy and buy fresh seafood directly from the boat, and perhaps catch a glimpse of the local fishermen at work.

Oyster Beds:
Whitstable is famous for its oysters, and you can explore the oyster beds to learn about the town’s rich maritime history. Many seafood restaurants in the area offer delicious oyster dishes.

Whitstable Castle and Gardens:
The Whitstable Castle, surrounded by lovely gardens, is a historic landmark. Visitors can explore the castle, enjoy afternoon tea, or take a leisurely walk through the well-maintained gardens.

High Street and Shops:
Whitstable’s High Street is filled with independent shops, boutiques, and art galleries. It’s a great place to explore unique finds, local crafts, and vintage items.

Restaurants in Whitstable:
Whitstable boasts a variety of restaurants offering diverse culinary experiences. Seafood lovers will find plenty of options, but there are also establishments serving international cuisine, traditional British fare, and more.

Some popular restaurants include:

The Sportsman: A Michelin-starred gastropub known for its exquisite seafood dishes.

Wheelers Oyster Bar: An historic seafood restaurant offering fresh oysters and other delicious seafood.

Pearsons Arms: A waterfront traditional pub with a diverse menu, offering both seafood and non-seafood options.


Beach Sauna:
Indulge in a rejuvenating seaside escape at the newly opened Sea Scrub Sauna in the heart of Whitstable Harbour. This hidden gem combines the healing powers of the sea with the relaxing warmth of a sauna, creating an unparalleled wellness experience.

Whitstable Yacht Club:
Whitstable Yacht Club is one of the oldest and largest sailing clubs in England. The Club is situated on the north coast of Kent where the Thames Estuary meets the North Sea. WYC offers sailing in sheltered waters at all times of the tide for catamarans, dinghies, and windsurfers with yachts in nearby creeks which dry out.

Cold Water Swimming Clubs:
There are various groups of cold water swimmers that you can join in order to reap the health benefits of this exciting new trend.

To London by Train:

Whitstable has a railway station that provides a direct train service to London. Travel times can vary, but it typically takes around 1 hour and 20 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach London Victoria or London St Pancras International.

To London by Car:

Driving to London from Whitstable takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic conditions and the specific destination within London.
To Airports:
To London Gatwick Airport (LGW): The driving time is approximately 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic.
To London Heathrow Airport (LHR): The driving time is around 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic.
To London Stansted Airport (STN): The driving time is approximately 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic.
To London City Airport (LCY): The driving time is around 1 to 1.5 hours, depending on traffic.

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