Hicks Forstal Road, Canterbury, CT3

5 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £695,000 For Sale

‘The Homestead’ is found in a delightful semi-rural location approximately 5 miles from the Cathedral City of Canterbury. This Grade II listed detached five bedroom family home is believed to have been built Circa 1721 and boasts a wealth of attractive features. The property features two reception rooms and a lovely kitchen/breakfast room with a comprehensive range of units, with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances including oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer plus an additional fridge/freezer. There are three bedrooms; one with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom to the ground floor, with two bedrooms to the first floor.

Amongst the many features of the property, are the beamed ceiling and features fireplaces, with the lounge also having a woodburner.

Externally, the property stands on a good-sized plot with predominantly block paving to the front providing off street parking for numerous vehicles. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with flower and plant borders and a fish pond.

Canterbury city offers a wide variety of shopping, dining and cultural facilities, as well as numerous leisure and recreational facilities. There are also a number of highly regarded schools to be found, as well as Christ Church University and Kent University. Canterbury West railway station also provides a high-speed rail service to London.

Note: The property has oil fired central heating and mains drainage

Room Sizes
Lounge 7.14m x 4.27m (23'5 x 14'0)
Dining Room 4.29m x 3.53m (14'1 x 11'7)
Kitchen/Diner 7.52m x 4.78m (24'8 x 15'8)
Bedroom 4.24m x 3.86m (13'11 x 12'8)
Bedroom 3.71m x 1.98m (12'2 x 6'6)
Bedroom 3.71m x 2.95m (12'2 x 9'8)
Bedroom 5.46m x 4.67m (17'11 x 15'4)
Bedroom 3.86m x 2.69m (12'8 x 8'10)

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