Miles and Barr are delighted to offer to the market this four bedroom detached home offered with no onward chain. Located in the the ever popular South Canterbury, the property is within walking distance to many local schools, amenities and transport links. Entering through the entrance hallway, the property benefits from Coupe Perdue Parquet flooring flooring that continues into the living and dining room, along with the downstairs cloakroom which also benefits from an under-stairs cupboard. With a lovely bay window, the living room is open plan through to the dining room which retains the serving hatch. Well equipped throughout, the kitchen offers a gas hob, electric oven, splash back tiling and space for additional white goods. A great bonus is the L-shaped conservatory. The first floor can be accessed via a curved staircase. The master bedroom comes with fitted wardrobes and drawers and benefits from an en-suite shower room. There is an additional double bedroom and two good sized bedrooms. The family bathroom is fully tiled and benefits from a spacious corner bath with a power shower over, basin, WC and heated towel rail.

The property sits on a corner plot and the large front garden wraps around the front and side of the house. The mature front garden has a mixture of shrubs and large trees giving a lovely leafy outlook. The brick paved driveway is to the side of the house and has parking for three cars. The detached garage can be accessed from the rear garden and has an electric ‘up an over’ door. The secluded and private rear garden is mainly paved for low maintenance, has a pond and is spotted with mature bushes and shrubs. There is also a green house, a wooden shed and a side gate for access.

Room Sizes
Living/Dining Room 7.52m x 4.88m (24'8" x 16'0")
Kitchen 4.39m x 2.64m (14'5" x 8'8")
Conservatory 5.99m x 4.60m (19'8" x 15'1")
Master Bedroom 4.60m max x 3.45m (15'1" max x 11'4")
Bedroom 3.91m x 2.82m (12'10" x 9'3")
Bedroom 3.10m x 2.18m (10'2" x 7'2")
Bedroom 2.72m x 2.36m (8'11" x 7'9")
Garage 5.79m x 2.54m (19'0" x 8'4")

Canterbury Area Guide

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