Duck Lane, Canterbury, CT1

4 bedroom House - End Terrace for sale

Offers in Excess of £525,000 For Sale


Affectionately known as ‘The little House’ this early 19th century, grade II listed family home is centrally located on Duck Lane in Canterbury. The attractive, double fronted property is spaciously deceptive with much character and believed to sit on top of the old city wall line. Boasting three double bedrooms upstairs - master with en-suite bathroom and separate family bathroom also on the first floor. On the ground floor is the hallway, lounge with open fire and wood flooring, separate sitting room/snug, again with open fire, kitchen/breakfast room, shower room and fourth bedroom. Externally to the rear is an enclosed courtyard garden which is mainly paved.

The property is situated centrally in the city of Canterbury, being within easy access of the High Street and all its amenities. These include an excellent modern shopping centre, the University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University and other colleges, together with an excellent choice of schools in both the public and private sectors. In addition to the High Street is the Kings Mile, which is a lovely mall of boutique style shops, cafes, eateries and public houses. 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
Sitting Room 3.63m x 3.51m (11'11 x 11'6)
Bedroom/Dining Room 4.60m x 2.44m (15'1 x 8'0)
Lounge 7.37m x 4.29m (24'2 x 14'1)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.36m x 4.57m (17'7 x 15'0)
Bedroom 4.42m x 3.30m (14'6 x 10'10)
En-suite Bathroom 2.95m x 1.88m (9'8 x 6'2)
Bedroom 4.50m x 4.42m (14'9 x 14'6)
Bedroom 4.09m x 2.95m (13'5 x 9'8)
Bathroom 2.95m x 1.68m (9'8 x 5'6)

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