*DESIRABLE LOCATION* This impressive modern detached family home is situated in a wonderfully tucked away location on the eastern side of the city with distant views of the Cathedral. Approached via a raised terrace, the ground floor comprises porch with cloakroom leading to an inner hallway, lovely dual aspect lounge with wood-burner and French doors to the garden/decking area. There is a separate dining room with French doors to the front terrace, a modern fitted kitchen with granite work surfaces and some integrated appliances, leading to the utility room. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Additionally, half of the double garage has been converted and developed to provide a versatile and very useful self-contained home office/studio with vaulted ceiling, underfloor heating, shower room and self-contained access. Externally to the rear there is a delightful thoughtfully planned attractive garden with lawns, flower/shrub borders, fruit trees, decking area with rose and wisteria covered pergola. The mature front garden is laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders, established trees plus block-paved driveway for 2-3 cars and a single garage. Kings Park is superbly situated for easy access to the City of Canterbury offering a wide range of cultural, sporting and recreational amenities, together with an excellent range of educational facilities. Canterbury has two railway stations with services to London, the high-speed rail link to St. Pancras taking around 57 minutes. Council tax band F. No smokers, pets negotiable.

Room Sizes
Lounge 6.55m x 3.58m (21'6 x 11'9)
Dining Room 3.73m x 2.97m (12'3 x 9'9 )
Kitchen 2.97m x 2.82m (9'9 x 9'3)
Utility Room 2.39m x 2.06m (7'10 x 6'9)
Bedroom One 3.63m 3.56m (11'11 11'8)
Bedroom Two 3.56m x 2.21m (11'8 x 7'3)
Bedroom Three 3.43m x 2.24m (11'3 x 7'4)
Bedroom Four 3.30m x 3.10m (10'10 x 10'2)

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