North Court Oast, Canterbury, CT4

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Offers in Excess of £575,000 For Sale

Set within a picturesque countryside setting with glorious views, this is a versatile and well proportioned three/four bedroom house designed to complement The Oast House.

The ground floor comprises a large kitchen/diner with integrated appliances, granite work surfaces with double doors onto a bright vaulted ceiling lounge and a conservatory which overlooks the mature garden. There are a further two bedrooms, one currently used as a living room, plus the family bathroom and a utility room completing the ground floor. To the first floor you will find two double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and the other enjoys uninterrupted views across the rolling countryside from the Juliet balcony. On this floor you will also find a shower room and an area which is used as a study. This property benefits from good broadband connectivity.

Outside there is a large private driveway with parking for numerous cars. The property benefits from a double garage and a summerhouse which is fully insulated with power and lighting and could be used as an office.

Situated in the village of Old Wives Lees, the property offers quiet rural living as well as being situated within easy access into Canterbury, Ashford, Chilham and Charing. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is approximately 6 miles away and offers a comprehensive range of educational, leisure and shopping facilities. Canterbury West railway station provides a high-speed rail link to London St. Pancras in just under an hour. There is also a mainline railway in Chilham.

Room Sizes
Kitchen/Diner 5.99m x 4.19m (19'8 x 13'9)
Lounge 6.40m x 3.05m (21'0 x 10'0)
Conservatory 5.79m x 2.90m (19'0 x 9'6)
Bedroom 5.23m x 2.97m (17'2 x 9'9)
Bedroom 3.61m x 2.90m (11'10 x 9'6)
Bedroom 3.76m x 3.23m (12'4 x 10'7)
Bedroom 4.14m x 3.76m (13'7 x 12'4)

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