Picture yourself sitting in a sunken bath looking out at uninterrupted sea views, surrounded by a contemporary beach house and you have the wonders of Radar.
Open plan living space: large sofa, armchair and footstool, wood burner, dining table and chairs, underfloor heating, Computer for online TV/movie content and sliding doors to the West facing terrace with decking and seating
Kitchen: Miele induction hob, oven and microwave, fridge, freezer, door to the East facing terrace
Mezzanine open plan bedroom (sleeps 2), King size bed, built in wardrobe, curtains for privacy
Bathroom: with luxury sunken bath with sea views, and separate sauna
Shower room: with walk-in shower, WC and basin, and warm walls
There are two terraces - one East facing, one West facing to catch sunrises and sunsets, both with decking and seating
Originally the site of the research base for triangulated radar, this stunning beach house sits on the Dungeness Nature Reserve and looks out onto miles of shingle beach, wild plants, birds and the wide open sea and sky.
An ideal couple’s retreat, it will appeal to those seeking solitude, nature, peace and quiet. The open plan living space includes a sitting area with cosy wood burner and 180-degree sea views, a mezzanine bed, a luxurious sunken bath with waterfall taps and a sauna.
Every comfort has been considered from under floor heating, to warm walls in the shower room.
Outside, there are two decked terraces - East facing to enjoy the special sunrises, and West facing to relax and watch the romantic sunsets.
You won’t want to leave...