The Friars, Canterbury, CT1

3 bedroom Character Property - Detached for sale

Guide price £875,000 For Sale

A rare opportunity to acquire this unique riverside home set in the heart of Canterbury adjacent to the Marlowe Theatre and just a short walk to the Cathedral and believed to date back to 1650.

This Grade II listed detached home retains many period features and is well-presented throughout with views of the Cathedral and River Stour. The ground floor has an entrance porch, a study, a drawing room, attractive dining room with vaulted ceiling and staircase rising to the first floor. The kitchen has granite work surfaces and there is a utility room/cloakroom.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms; the master bedroom has views of the Cathedral and the city and there is a bathroom. Externally there is a lovely courtyard garden with shrubs, trees, patio, seating area plus a driveway with off street parking leading to a garage.

The property is located in a prime city centre location and is close to the Marlowe Theatre, the Cathedral, Burgate, The Kings Mile and a wide range of shops, restaurants and bars. There are good rail connections to London St. Pancras from Canterbury West with good road access from the A2 connecting the M2 to the Southern Motorway network.

Room Sizes
Study 4.60m x 4.60m (15'1 x 15'1)
Drawing Room 5.69m x 4.09m (18'8 x 13'5)
Dining Room 4.19m x 3.96m (13'9 x 13'0)
Kitchen 3.66m x 2.67m (12'0 x 8'9)
Master Bedroom 5.69m x 4.50m (18'8 x 14'9)
Bedroom Two 4.42m x 4.32m (14'6 x 14'2)
Bedroom Three 3.28m x 3.12m (10'9 x 10'3)
Garage 5.89m x 2.90m (19'4 x 9'6)
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Canterbury Area Guide

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