Branch Road, Canterbury, CT4

5 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Offers in Excess of £750,000 For Sale

This wonderful five bedroom detached home is found within the desirable village of Chilham and nicely situated in a quiet exclusive cul-de-sac of five properties. The property provides spacious and well-proportioned accommodation over two floors. The accommodation comprises to the ground floor the kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, separate utility room, large living room with access to the rear garden, separate dining room, office and cloakroom. To the first floor you will find five well proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from an en-suite and dressing area and bedroom two also has an en-suite shower room. Externally, the property has driveway parking for numerous cars and there is a double garage. To the rear the garden is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area and a mix of flowers and shrub beds.

Chilham is a quiet residential location conveniently situated with a number of amenities to include a train station, village pubs, doctors surgery, primary school and sports centre. The motorists will find easy access onto the A28 routes towards Ashford, Canterbury and Channel Tunnel.

Room Sizes
Entrance Hall 6.17m x 2.31m (20'3 x 7'7)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.94m x 4.17m (19'6 x 13'8)
Family Room 4.17m x 3.48m (13'8 x 11'5)
Utility Room 3.00m x 1.65m (9'10 x 5'5)
Lounge 6.07m x 3.81m (19'11 x 12'6)
Dining Room 4.24m x 3.81m (13'11 x 12'6)
Landing 5.54m x 4.57m (18'2 x 15'0)
Bedroom One 7.62m x 3.58m (25'0 x 11'9)
En-suite Shower Room 2.54m x 1.83m (8'4 x 6'0)
Bedroom Two 4.65m x 3.81m (15'3 x 12'6)
En-suite Shower Room 2.95m x 1.88m (9'8 x 6'2)
Bedroom Three 4.45m x 2.95m (14'7 x 9'8)
Bedroom Four 3.25m x 3.05m (with built-in wardrobe) (10'8 x 10'
Bedroom Five 4.34m x 2.29m (14'3 x 7'6)
Bathroom 2.72m x 2.11m (8'11 x 6'11)
Double Garage 5.46m x 5.33m (17'11 x 17'6)

Canterbury Area Guide

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