Richdore Road, Canterbury, CT4

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £600,000 For Sale

This impressive property has a study, lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances and utility room to the ground floor. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, two with en-suites and there is a family bathroom.

The property is set back from the road, with a large paved driveway which provides parking for several cars. At the rear is a good size garden which is mainly laid to lawn and planted with a variety of mature shrubs and trees.

Waltham is a picturesque village in the North Downs, approximately 5 miles south of Canterbury and approximately 10 miles from Ashford. It has close ties with its neighbouring village of Petham, which has a very well considered primary school. Waltham itself has a well used village hall supported by various local organizations and St Bartholomew's 13th century church, whilst the whole area is famous for its beautiful surrounding landscapes and ‘chocolate box’ style cottages.

The nearby Cathedral city of Canterbury has a bustling city centre which offers an array of high street brands, independent retailers, fine pubs, restaurants and eateries. Canterbury also offers an excellent selection of both state and independent schools, along with three universities, two mainline stations and two hospitals. The city is served by a regular rail service to London Victoria, Charing Cross and Cannon Street and the high speed rail link connects with London's St Pancras from Canterbury West in just under one hour.

Room Sizes
Living Room 5.97m x 3.48m (19'7 x 11'5)
Dining Room 3.56m x 2.64m (11'8 x 8'8)
Kitchen/Diner 5.92m x 3.84m (19'5 x 12'7)
Study 2.69m x 2.01m (8'10 x 6'7)
Bedroom 4.14m x 3.48m (13'7 x 11'5)
Bedroom 3.99m x 3.91m (13'1 x 12'10)
Bedroom 3.96m x 2.59m (13'0 x 8'6)
Bedroom 2.77m x 2.54m (9'1 x 8'4)
Double Garage 5.16m x 5.08m (16'11 x 16'8)

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