The Street, Canterbury, CT3

2 bedroom Cottage - Semi Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

**NO CHAIN**

Garage | Large Rear Garden with Summerhouse | Re-Wired and Re-Plumbed Throughout | Charming Character Home

Guide Price £325,000 - £350,000 Miles and Barr are delighted to offer to the market this two bedroom semi-detached cottage set in the highly desirable village of Preston. Dating back to the early eighteenth century, this grade II listed property is well presented throughout to include a range of character features. The property has a brand new thatched roof, has been re-wired and re-plumbed with new central heating and a new boiler. The ground floor accommodation comprises the fitted kitchen with matching wall and base units, brand new twin electric ovens and ample storage space. The open plan lounge/diner features oak pillars, beams, exposed brick chimney fireplace and oak and terracotta flooring. Also downstairs, the bathroom is fitted with a white three piece suite to include a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Upstairs you will find the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and the second bedroom with fitted bedroom furniture. Outside the property benefits from a garage, workshop and utility area. Accessed via a secure gate is the large rear garden which his mainly laid to lawn with a variety of shrubs, plants and trees. There is also a summer-house with light and power. The village of Preston benefits from an Ofsted approved primary school and a thriving community centre. This would make a wonderful family home and viewing is highly recommended. Please contact Miles and Barr.

Room Sizes
Lounge/Dining Room 6.15m x 4.88m (20'2" x 16'0")
Bathroom 2.49m x 1.57m (8'2" x 5'2" )
Bedroom One 3.43m x 2.59m (11'3" x 8'6")
Bedroom Two 3.48m x 2.62m (11'5" x 8'7" )
Garage 5.44m x 3.43m (17'10" x 11'3" )
Utility Room 3.23m 1.63m (10'7" 5'4" )
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Canterbury Area Guide

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