Polo Field Drive, Canterbury, CT3

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £795,000 For Sale

Winner of The Evening Standard Award for best family home in London and South East England priced between £750,000 - £1,500,000!

On the ground floor the accommodation comprises a large entrance hallway leading through to living room with feature fireplace and doors out to the rear garden, second reception room which could double as a separate dining room. The kitchen is equipped with a range of wall and floor cabinets with high quality worktops and splash back, fully integrated appliances to include; an induction hob with extractor, single electric oven with grill, single oven with microwave function, full height fridge/freezer, hot tap, wine cooler and dishwasher. There is a utility room which has a range of wall and base units, laminate work surface, stainless steel sink and drainer, full height fridge/freezer and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

On the first floor there is a large landing leading onto four double bedrooms, two of which have fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms. Both the en-suites and the family bathroom offer contemporary white suites with chrome fittings, heated chrome towel rails, mirror and shaver sockets and ceramic wall and floor tiles.

Outside to the rear is a large landscaped garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area for dining. To the front there is a driveway offering off street parking for several cars and double garage that has been converted into a gym/family room.

Room Sizes
Reception Hall 3.91m x 3.61m (12'10 x 11'10)
Living Room 6.91m x 5.87m (22'8 x 19'3)
Kitchen/Diner 6.35m x 4.95m (20'10 x 16'3 )
Bedroom One 5.00m x 3.81m plus built-in wardrobe (16'5 x 12'6
Bedroom Two 3.40m x 2.97m with built-in wardrobe (11'2 x 9'9 w
Bedroom Three 3.40m x 2.57m (11'2 x 8'5)
Bedroom Four 3.10m x 2.97m (10'2 x 9'9)
Games/Family Room 5.84m x 5.16m (19'2 x 16'11)

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