An individual detached chalet bungalow with a double garage and substantial workshop set in approximately 1.6 acres of gardens and orchards, set in a countryside setting on the outskirts of Canterbury approximately 2.5 miles from the city centre.

The property offers versatile accommodation which is in immaculate condition throughout. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall, bedroom, bathroom, triple aspect lounge with woodburner, large conservatory, dining room, kitchen and utility room. On the first floor, there are two further bedrooms, a shower room and a study.

Externally, the property is set in a secluded setting with extensive gardens laid mainly to lawn with orchards, formal garden area with shrub borders, patio area, woodstores/sheds and a greenhouse. There is also a substantial double garage, ample off street parking and a substantial workshop, which was once used as a separate dwelling and could now provide a variety of uses, subject to obtaining the relevant permissions.

Situated within the country, however, the historical Canterbury City Centre is easily accessible which offers an abundance of restaurants, a wide range of independent shops and high street chains. There are excellent leisure and educational facilities including quality private and state schools, two universities and further education colleges. A fast train service to the capital is available from Canterbury West railway station and there is access by road to London.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.84m x 3.48m (19'2 x 11'5)
Conservatory 5.13m x 3.71m (16'10 x 12'2)
Kitchen 3.48m x 3.02m (11'5 x 9'11)
Utility Room 3.25m x 1.52m (10'8 x 5'0)
Dining Room 4.62m x 3.48m (15'2 x 11'5)
Bedroom One 3.61m x 3.48m (11'10 x 11'5)
Bedroom Two 3.40m x 3.40m (11'2 x 11'2)
Bedroom Three 4.47m x 2.77m (14'8 x 9'1)
Study 2.49m x 1.68m (8'2 x 5'6)
Substantial Double Garage 5.54m x 5.26m (18'2 x 17'3)
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Canterbury Area Guide

Canterbury – A city with a tale Canterbury is a city with a history dating back to 597; it was one of the most important centres of pilgrimage in Medieval England. Today, tourists replace pilgrims who flock to the City to take in its fascinating story while enjoying a café culture, restaurants and a good mix of independent and chain shops. There is plenty t