Church Lane, Canterbury, CT3

5 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £650,000 For Sale

*SELF CONTAINED DETACHED ANNEXE*

Nestled in the quiet village of Chislet is this detached three/four bedroom family home benefiting from a self-contained one bedroom detached annexe which is currently run as an Air BnB. To the front of the house the property has off street parking for a number of cars and side access to the large rear garden with access to the self-contained annexe. The main house comprises, a well fitted kitchen, separate living room, dining room, conservatory and office/bedroom four. To the first floor you will find three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. The annexe offers vast accommodation over two floors to include an open plan living/dining area with a modern kitchen on the ground floor. Upstairs, you will find a large bedroom and a shower room. Subject to permissions being obtained, the annexe could potentially become a property within its own right. Both properties are well-presented presented throughout.

Chislet is a quiet village between Herne Bay and Canterbury. Canterbury city centre is approximately 7 miles away where you will find a wide variety of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes, as well as numerous cultural and recreational facilities. Canterbury also has a number of highly regarded schools in both the public and private sectors and high-speed rail services to London St. Pancras.

Room Sizes
Hallway 5.03m x 4.67m (16'6 x 15'4)
Kitchen 3.40m x 3.10m (11'2 x 10'2)
Sitting Room 4.34m x 3.38m (14'3 x 11'1)
Dining Room 3.81m x 3.10m (12'6 x 10'2)
Sun Room 3.18m x 3.10m (10'5 x 10'2)
Bedroom/Study 2.87m x 2.84m (9'5 x 9'4)
Bedroom 3.86m x 3.05m (12'8 x 10'0)
Bedroom 3.56m x 3.05m (11'8 x 10'0)
Bedroom 3.35m x 2.90m (11'0 x 9'6)
Bathroom 3.35m x 2.39m (11'0 x 7'10)
Open-Plan Living 8.84m x 5.79m (29'0 x 19'0)
Bedroom 7.59m x 3.96m (24'11 x 13'0)
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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