Ashford Road, Canterbury, CT1

2 bedroom Bungalow - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

** CAN BE OFFERED WITH VACANT POSSESSION **

** DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL TO ADD TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS WITH APPROPRIATE PERMISSIONS IN LOFT SPACE **

Miles and Barr are delighted to offer to the market this lovely two bedroom detached bungalow with off street parking for at least 4 to 5 cars with additional parking to the side of the property. Presented to a very high standard, the current owners have added their own personal touches to create a space that is both homely and inviting.

Upon entering through the entrance hallway, the spacious lounge is triple aspect and located to your left. To your right is the second bedroom with built in wardrobes and the family bathroom comprising of a stylish three piece suite, including a 'P' shape bath. Continuing through the property, you meet the contemporary open plan kitchen/diner which is also triple aspect and modern fitted with a central island breakfast bar. The adjoining utility room is a great added bonus. To your right is the master bedroom with built in wardrobes and french doors opening into the sun deck. The en-suite is generously sized and features a double shower.

To the rear of the property is a large garden which has been beautifully maintained by the current owners. The sun deck can be accessed via the kitchen and master bedroom and offers a great seating area overlooking the lawn. The summer house provides the perfect retreat for when friends and family come to visit whilst the adjoining outside seating area is ideal for a spot of alfresco dining. The barn also offers an additional undercover seating area.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.89m x 3.71m (19'04" x 12'02")
Kitchen And Utility Room 6.07m x 4.93m (19'10" x 16'2")
Master Bedroom 5.87m x 3.38m (19'03" x 11'01")
Bedroom Two 3.68m x 3.66m (12'1" x 12'0")
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Canterbury Area Guide

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