Roper Road, Canterbury, CT2

2 bedroom Apartment - Retirement for sale

Offers in Excess of £340,000 For Sale

Miles & Barr are delighted to bring to the market this outstanding, exclusive, two bedroom retirement apartment in Abbots Lodge, Canterbury for the over 50's. The property was recently built to NHBC standards by Churchill Retirement Living, specialists in the development of purpose built apartments for those looking for an independent yet safe and secure lifestyle in their retirement. This particular apartment is spacious and one of the largest available within the Lodge; located on the first floor it boasts views over neighbouring roof tops of the Canterbury Cathedral and the Westgate Towers.

The current owner has refurbished the property and its clear that no expense has been spared with the kitchen benefitting from a fitted fridge/freezer, oven, induction hob, built in cooker hood and black granite worktops throughout. The bedroom has also been updated to feature a range of fitted units including two wardrobes, two bedside chester drawers, a dressing table and a storage cupboard.

Canterbury West train station is within a 5 minute walk of the property offering high speed links to London St Pancras. Within the lodge there is an Owners' Lounge, with adjoining kitchen, for socialising with other residents, a Laundry Room, and a Well Being suite providing hairdressing, chiropody, and beauty treatment facilities. Other benefits include; lift to all floors, illuminated light switches throughout, fully furnished guest suite, camera entry system, 24 hour Care line support system, communal car park, remainder of 10 year NHBC guarantee.

Room Sizes
Living Room 5.59m x 3.23m (18'4 x 10'7)
Kitchen 2.34m x 2.13m (7'8 x 7)
Bedroom One 4.50m x (14'9 x )
Bedroom Two 4.34m x 3.02m (14'3 x 9'11)
Bathroom 2.08m x 1.68m (6'10 x 5'6)
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