Hackington Road, Tyler Hill, Canterbury, CT2

5 bedroom House - Detached to rent

£1,795 PCM Tenants Fees To Let

Set in the centre of Tyler Hill, a very popular hamlet on the outskirts of Canterbury City, lies this detached five bedroomed family home. This modern three storey property, built with traditional Victorian style external facades, hides a bang up to date interior with an impressive "A" rated energy efficiency rating. This particular design of town house style three story construction, gives greater flexibility to utilize the 1600sq ft on offer to create the perfect home to suit your individual needs and requirements, allied to the high specification ecological features; such as, very high thermal construction, solar panels for both water heating and power generation (with power grid feedback), Xpelair ventilation and heat recovery system, underfloor heating and rainwater harvesting, then mix into the equation the exemplary standard of fittings and finish throughout, gives us a quite unique property rarely seen in the Canterbury area. I know the phrase "must be viewed" gets overused, but...you really won’t be disappointed.

Although the property fronts onto Hackington Rd for pedestrian access, for vehicle access and parking it's best to approach from Summer Lane that runs past Tyler Hill playing fields to the rear. Council Tax Band F. Would be suitable for professional families/sharers. Available Mid December. Available Unfurnished.

Room Sizes
Lounge 4.80 x 5.41 (15'8" x 17'8")
Dining Room 2.67 x 5.18 (8'9" x 16'11")
Kitchen 2.62 x 4.39 (8'7" x 14'4")
Master Bedroom 3.35 x 3.53 (10'11" x 11'6")
Bedroom Two 2.64 x 3.48 (8'7" x 11'5")
Bedroom Three 2.64 x 4.39 (8'7" x 14'4")
Bedroom Four 3.35 x 4.34 (10'11" x 14'2")
Bedroom Five 3.35 x 3.53 (10'11" x 11'6")
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