Cherry Garden Road, Canterbury, CT2

3 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £650,000 For Sale


A rare find indeed is this delightful Grade II listed detached period home. The property boasts a wealth of attractive features and character and would benefit from some updating and modernising. To the ground floor there are two reception rooms, both with impressive feature fireplaces, a separate study area, kitchen and walk-in larder, a utility room and W.C.

To the first floor there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom and to the second floor there is a further bedroom which could potentially be divided into two. There is also a large cellar with access from the dining room. The property boasts gas fired central heating.

Externally, there is a gravelled driveway providing off street parking leading to the detached garage. The front garden is mainly lawned with a variety of plants, shrubs and bushes, whilst the enclosed good-sized rear garden is approx. 80ft x 80ft and has a lawned area with mature beds as well as a fruit and vegetable garden area.

Situated to the North side of the city but within easy access to the variety of shopping, dining, cultural and recreational facilities that Canterbury has to offer. Nearby Canterbury West station offers a high-speed rail service to London St. Pancras in under an hour. Canterbury also offers a number of highly regarded schools in both the state and private sectors, as well as colleges and universities.

Room Sizes
Hall 7.39m x 1.55m (24'3 x 5'1)
Lounge 5.41m x 5.36m (17'9 x 17'7)
Study 1.88m x 1.73m (6'2" x 5'8")
Dining Room 5.36m x 3.58m (17'7 x 11'9)
Kitchen 3.45m x 2.95m (11'4 x 9'8)
Larder 3.96m x 1.98m (13'0 x 6'6)
Utility Room 1.73m x 1.55m (5'8" x 5'1")
Cellar 5.31m x 3.40m (17'5 x 11'2)
Bedroom 5.49m x 4.27m (18'0 x 14'0)
Bedroom 5.49m x 3.56m (18'0 x 11'8)
Bathroom 2.82m x 1.83m (9'3 x 6'0)
Bedroom 9.02m x 4.11m (29'7 x 13'6)

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