Walderchain, Agester Lane, Canterbury, CT4

3 bedroom Bungalow - Detached for sale

Guide price £525,000 For Sale

GUIDE PRICE OF £525,000 TO £550,000

APPROXIMATELY 1 ACRE OF WOODLAND

Set back from the road in a private location is this wonderful detached three bedroom bungalow which provides versatile accommodation. The property is set within Denton, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and you’ll be sure to fall in love with the glorious surrounding views. This home was built in the 1960s but has been re-built over the years to provide a living/dining room, further reception room, separate kitchen, good sized gardens and approximately an acre of woodland. There are also three double bedrooms, an en-suite to the master, and the family bathroom. Outside, the long driveway and garage providing off street parking for numerous cars. The neatly kept gardens are laid to lawn with a variety of stocked borders.

Denton is a village to the south of Canterbury and is most known for it's public house ‘The Jackdaw’ which gained much notoriety when it featured in the 1969 MGM film ‘The Battle of Britain’ with scenes shot in the public bar area and outside. The A2 is within easy access which provides road links to the M2 at Brenley Corner providing access to London. Both Folkstone Central and Canterbury West train stations are within 10 miles and offer high speed links to London St. Pancras.

Room Sizes
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.77m x 3.84m (18'11 x 12'7)
Dining Room 6.35m x 3.12m (20'10 x 10'3)
Lounge 6.58m x 3.10m (21'7 x 10'2)
Bedroom One 5.87m x 5.61m (19'3 x 18'5)
Bedroom Two 3.63m x 3.12m (11'11 x 10'3)
Bedroom Three 3.25m x 3.12m (10'8 x 10'3)
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Canterbury Area Guide

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