Stodmarsh Road, Canterbury, CT3

5 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £735,000 For Sale

A home of great character, charm and design, this five bedroom, four reception room property is believed to have been constructed around the 1930’s and is in the architectural style of the ‘Arts and Crafts’ movement, an influential movement which attempted to re-establish the skills of craftsmanship at the time being lost due to industrialisation. The house exudes character and craftsmanship throughout and boasts a very generous plot indeed with ample carriage driveway and gardens to the front with detached double garage. To the rear there’s a large, mature garden and the entire plot measures around 1.35 acres.

The extensive accommodation including the garage is generously proportioned and square footage runs to in excess of 3,000 square feet. There’s a charming hallway leading to a large lounge with access to the garden room and garden at the rear, dining room leading to the kitchen with breakfast room again with access to the garden to the rear and a separate utility room. There are four bedrooms downstairs, two bathrooms and a WC en-suite to one of the bedrooms. Upstairs is the master bedroom with bathroom off the landing and ample storage/ wardrobe space. There’s also a games room access via the garden and detached double garage.

The property sits on Stodmarsh Road, approximately 2.5 miles East of central Canterbury in a semi-rural situation and close to a number of well regarded schools in both the public and private sectors. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is a Roman walled city and World Heritage Site with medieval cobbled streets, famous Cathedral and the Marlowe Theatre. Canterbury has two mainline railway stations, with Canterbury West offering the high speed service to London (St Pancras 56 mins). The property is also within easy access of the A2 dual carriageway, which in turn links to the Channel Port of Dover and Brenley Corner at Faversham, adjoining the M2 / A299 (Thanet Way) linking London and the coastal towns respectively.

Room Sizes
Lounge 6.48m x 5.89m (21'3 x 19'4)
Garden Room 6.53m x 3.66m (21'5 x 12'0)
Dining Room 3.99m x 3.38m (13'1 x 11'1)
Kitchen 5.66m x 3.38m (18'7 x 11'1)
Utility Room 2.51m x 1.12m (8'3 x 3'8)
Breakfast Room 6.40m x 3.30m (21'0 x 10'10)
Bedroom 4.19m x 3.28m (13'9 x 10'9)
Bedroom 4.17m x 3.30m (13'8 x 10'10)
Garden Room 3.73m x 3.30m (12'3 x 10'10)
Inner Hall 4.80m x 2.92m (15'9 x 9'7)
Bedroom 4.39m x 4.29m (14'5 x 14'1)
Bedroom 2.97m x 2.62m (9'9 x 8'7)
Bedroom 4.55m x 3.86m (14'11 x 12'8)
Detached Garage 6.53m x 5.66m (21'5 x 18'7)
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Canterbury Area Guide

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