Underwood Close, Canterbury, CT4

5 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £700,000 For Sale

Highly desirable executive five bedroomed home, set down a quiet cul-de-sac just off Nackington Road in the much favoured area of South Canterbury and within easy access to The Chaucer Hospital, The Kent and Canterbury Hospital, the two Simon Langton Grammar Schools for Boys and Girls and the Canterbury Cricket Ground. The excellent location is further enhanced by the delightful south-facing garden backing onto open farm land. Built in 1995 to the "Cherwell" design by Abbey New Homes and owned from new by our clients this spacious home offers flexible accommodation, adaptable to suit your lifestyle, with a large kitchen/diner opening onto the garden, lounge also opening onto the garden, separate dining/family room, study and cloakroom to the ground floor. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, two en-suites and the family bathroom.

Externally to the front there is a block paved driveway with ample off street parking leading to the double garage and to the rear is the delightful south facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn with patio area for al fresco dining.

Room Sizes
Entrance Hall 3.96m x 4.27m
Study 3.12m x 2.01m (10'3 x 6'7)
Lounge 5.08m x 4.19m (16'8 x 13'9)
Dining Room 3.43m x 3.10m (11'3 x 10'2)
Kitchen/Diner 7.29m x 3.99m (23'11 x 13'1)
Master Bedroom 4.37m x 3.68m (14'4 x 12'1)
Bedroom Two 3.73m x 3.53m (12'3 x 11'7)
Bedroom Three 3.68m x 3.33m (12'1 x 10'11)
Bedroom Four 3.68m x 2.77m (12'1 x 9'1)
Bedroom Five 3.48m x 2.72m (11'5 x 8'11)
Family Bathroom 1.83m x 1.83m
Double Garage 5.13m x 5.05m (16'10 x 16'7)
Rear Garden 16.46m x 16.76m

Canterbury Area Guide

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