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browsing homes for sale in Kent

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In a few years I hope to be buying my first home. I am interested in living in the UK, within reach of the beach and the train to Germany. But I'd also like to live in a quiet village with pubs, bakery, corner store, ice cream shop within walking distance. And a grocer not too far away. And decent restaurants a little farther. Can anybody give me an idea about good places to look. My budget will probably be 158,000 pounds. Looking for a 2 bedroom with not too much of a garden. Big bedrooms, big living room. And room for a garage, includes shed would be ideal.

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