Superb 3 Bedroom House in Kent EnglandEuroresales Property iD – 9825031Property information:This property is a spacious 3-bedroom house located in a popular modern development in Minster on Sea on the isle of Sheppey, North Kent, England.The property boasts spacious living accommodation throughout and comprises of a large open plan living room, kitchen fitted with modern appliances and a cloakroom on the ground floor.Upstairs is a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, family bathroom and two large bedrooms.The property also includes a private garden with a patio area which provides a wonderful area to spend time and relax.Also included is a secure garage and private, off-street parking for one vehicle.The property is located close by to local amenities including: schools, shops and transport links.The property also has central heating.Other information:Bedrooms – 3Bathrooms – 3Private GardenPrivate ParkingSecure GaragePopular LocationCentral HeatingAbout the Area:The isle of Sheppey is an island off the northern coast of Kent, England, neighbouring the Thames Estuary, centred 42 miles from central London.it has an area of 36 square miles. The island forms part of the local government district of Swale. Sheppey is derived from Old English Sceapig, meaning “Sheep island”.Today’s island was historically known as the “isles of Sheppey” which were Sheppey itself, the isle of Harty to the south east and the isle of Elmley to the south west. Over time the channels between the islands have silted up to make one continuous island.Sheppey, like much of north Kent, is largely formed from London Clay and is a plentiful source of fossils.The Mount near Minster rises to 250 feet above sea level and is the highest point on the island. The rest of Sheppey is low-lying and the southern part of the island is marshy land criss-crossed by inlets and drains, largely used for grazing.The Kingsferry Bridge was first built in 1860, thus eliminating the need for ferries. Over time, there have been four bridges built over the Swale at this point. All bridges had to allow sufficient clearance for shipping heading to the commercial docks at Ridham.