Chilham Castle Estate, Canterbury, CT4

2 bedroom Character Property - Terrace for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

**CONVERTED COACH HOUSE**

Miles and Barr are delighted to be offering this charming two-bedroom mews property dating back to 1840 in the glorious Chilham Castle Estate. The property is in excellent condition throughout and offers gated parking and a garage. The current owner has recently re-decorated throughout and added brand new engineered oak flooring and stair carpeting. Upon entering the hallway, the most striking features are the high ceilings, which give an airy feel, and the original stable stall in the hallway harping back to its Victorian origins. The living room is welcoming with a log burner for long winter nights. The room is separated from the kitchen by an ingenious glass wooden partition. The bespoke painted kitchen in dove grey offers integrated mod cons, granite worktops, a range cooker and space for a bistro table and chairs. The property also benefits from a WC downstairs.

On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms. The principle bedroom looks out over the courtyard and trees beyond. Off the bedroom is a small dressing room with built-in cupboards and plumbing installed for conversion to a shower room, if required. The second bedroom also offers fitted wardrobes. The Victorian style bathroom has a slipper bath and a large French porcelain console basin.

To the outside of the property is a well-maintained paved and pebble stone garden featuring a pergola covered in wisteria, which is a real retreat in the summer.

This property is offered with share of freehold.

Room Sizes
Entrance Hallway 4.95m x 1.91m (16'03" x 6'03")
Kitchen 3.20m x 2.72m (10'06" x 8'11")
Sitting Room 5.33m x 4.04m (17'06" x 13'03")
Bedroom 3.35m x 2.90m (11'0" x 9'06")
Bedroom 3.33m x 2.39m (10'11" x 7'10")
Dressing Room 2.24m x 1.65m (7'04" x 5'05")
Bathroom 2.90m x 1.60m (9'06" x 5'03")

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