Stanmore Court, Canterbury, CT1

6 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Offers in Excess of £650,000 For Sale

TUCKED AWAY in the corner of a sought after cul-de-sac on the South side of Canterbury sits this fantastic six bedroom detached family home. The property has been extended into the loft with a full width dormer extension on the rear. There’s a porch to the front and entrance hallway with access to the downstairs WC. The dual aspect lounge has French doors to the side accessing the garden, there’s a formal dining room which again has access to the garden. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room leads to the generous conservatory with French doors to the South East facing garden. On the first floor are four bedrooms and family bathroom. To the second floor are two further bedrooms, shower room and walk-in loft storage space.

The property has a block paved driveway to the front with parking for several vehicles and access to the integral garage. To the rear is a beautifully manicured garden which wraps around to the side of the house with lawn, mature trees, patio and raised flower beds.

Within easy access are local schools including grammar schools, Canterbury College, Kent County Cricket Ground and Canterbury and Chaucer Hospitals. The city centre provides a wide variety of shops, bars, and restaurants, and there are numerous leisure and recreational facilities to be found in the area. Canterbury West railway station also provides a high-speed rail service to London St. Pancras.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.69m x 4.80m (18'8 x 15'9)
Kitchen/Diner 8.89m x 3.66m (29'2 x 12'0)
Family Room 4.75m x 2.97m (15'7 x 9'9)
Conservatory 4.32m x 3.33m (14'2 x 10'11)
Bedroom 4.50m x 3.66m (14'9 x 12'0)
Bedroom 3.89m x 3.20m (12'9 x 10'6)
Bedroom 3.71m x 3.00m (12'2 x 9'10)
Bedroom 2.97m x 2.39m (9'9 x 7'10)
Bedroom 3.71m x 2.87m (12'2 x 9'5)
Bedroom 3.43m x 2.97m (11'3 x 9'9)
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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