Bagham Lane, Canterbury, CT4

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £575,000 For Sale

FULL OF CHARM AND CHARACTER

A home of great character, this four-bedroom detached residence occupies a generous plot on Bagham Lane, to the outskirts of the popular village of Chilham. Previously run as a successful B&B but now an attractive family home, approached via a generous driveway with ample off-road parking and access to a detached barn style triple garage/carport above which there’s a room currently utilised as storage and would suit potential future alternative uses such as ancillary accommodation or conversion to an annexe etc subject to any relevant consents. The beautiful gardens are extensive and mature affording a good degree of privacy with large trees, pond and bridge, large lawn and flower/shrub beds.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors accessed via a reception foyer from the front with tiled flooring, feature fireplace, space for seating and desk area which leads to the well-appointed, modern kitchen and in turn leading to an inner hallway with rear access to the driveway at the side of the property. Off the inner hallway is a spacious dual aspect dining room to the front and utility/WC to the rear. The lounge has double French doors to the rear leading out to the garden. On the first floor are three double bedrooms, two en-suites and a family bathroom. On the second floor the master bedroom, dressing room and WC.

Chilham is around 6 miles South-West of the Cathedral City of Canterbury and 8 miles North-East of Ashford. There’s a traditional village market square and at one end of the square is the popular Jacobean Manor House - Chilham Castle. At the other end the 15th-century parish church, dedicated to St Mary. It is believed that Thomas Becket was buried in the churchyard. Both Ashford and Canterbury have mainline train stations with high-speed rail services to London St Pancras. The M2 and M20 link to the Southern motorway network, also the A2 is within easy reach leading to Dover in the South and the A299 in the North.

Room Sizes
Reception Hall 3.94m x 3.38m (12'11 x 11'1)
Dining Room 5.31m x 3.20m (17'5 x 10'6)
Lounge 6.78m x 3.86m (22'3 x 12'8)
Kitchen 3.94m x 3.38m (12'11 x 11'1)
Utility Room/W.C 2.69m x 2.29m (8'10 x 7'6)
Bedroom 3.99m x 3.38m (13'1 x 11'1)
Bedroom 3.81m x 3.30m (12'6 x 10'10)
Bedroom 3.99m x 3.38m (13'1 x 11'1)
Bedroom 4.80m x 3.99m (15'9 x 13'1)
Dressing Room 3.81m x 2.82m (12'6 x 9'3)
Car Port 8.26m x 4.95m (27'1 x 16'3)
Outbuilding First Floor 8.10m x 3.33m (26'7 x 10'11)
Garage 7.01m x 2.90m (23'0 x 9'6)
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Canterbury Area Guide

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