The Street, Canterbury, CT4

4 bedroom Cottage - Detached for sale

Guide price £675,000 For Sale


This impressive 400 year old Grade II listed thatched cottage offers deceptively large living accommodation with stunning period features throughout. The ground floor accommodation comprises; entrance porch, dual aspect sitting room, dining room, fitted kitchen and family bathroom. Upstairs are two great sized double bedrooms, one of which has en-suite W.C.

The property also boasts a thatched annexe offering kitchen area, bathroom and two double bedrooms. This potentially almost doubles the size of the property.

Formal cottage style gardens are considered a particular feature of the property enjoying privacy and seclusion with established shrubs and trees, lawns and shrubbery borders with climbing roses. The gardens are naturally divided into separate areas with trees and attractive fencing. The lawns wind round through arches into more informal garden areas extending on all sides. Immediately to the rear of the cottage is a large paved terrace, perfect for garden furniture.

To the far end of the gardens is the block of three stables which have electric and water connected. The access at the rear leads to a circular driveway around a mature pond and offers off street parking for several cars. Beyond the driveway is access to the paddock and a small area of orchard with mixed fruit trees, the paddock is fenced and immediately adjoins farmland and enjoys an attractive backdrop. In total the grounds are over two acres.

Room Sizes
Kitchen 6.15m x 2.16m (20'2 x 7'1)
Lounge 5.18m x 5.05m (17'0 x 16'7)
Dining Room 5.18m x 3.58m (17'0 x 11'9)
Bedroom 5.03m x 4.98m with built-in wardrobes (16'6 x 16'4
Bedroom 3.56m x 3.00m plus built-in wardrobe (11'8 x 9'10
Bedroom 2.77m x 2.24m (9'1 x 7'4)
Bedroom 3.96m x 3.56m with built-in wardrobe and kitchen a

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