Development Opportunity in a most sought after address in Bekesbourne. Rosary House, in June 2019, received OUTLINE PLANNING PERMISSION from Canterbury City Council for 3 dwellings within its grounds under reference 19/00846.

Rosary House itself is an attractive house set in extensive level grounds of about 1.25 acres and it enjoys distant uninterrupted views to the rear over farmland. The house is generously proportioned throughout; with three spacious reception rooms downstairs and four double bedrooms upstairs, it provides ample family accommodation. The property is served by mains gas and drainage and incorporates full gas central heating and gas hob cooking. The kitchen is fitted with integral refrigerator, oven and dishwasher, and an adjacent utility room provides space for further appliances. Upstairs the good sized modern bathroom is fitted with bath, basin, toilet, bidet, and shower. There is also a part-boarded loft storage accessible via an extending ladder and hatch. The house is in good decorative order throughout. The large double garage is detached from the house and can be entered via a door at the rear. In the planned development the large rear garden and rear land is retained with the house, as is the garage.

Bekesbourne is a village about 3 miles south east of Canterbury and the Aerodrome Road neighbourhood of the village is a much sought after location to live in. There used to be an aerodrome here, used in both wars by the RAF. Now, Aerodrome Road serves several post-war developments of detached houses such as Lysander Close, The Paddocks and De Havillands. Residents appreciate the peaceful rural environment, with access to farmland for walks, the strong sense of community, and the proximity to Canterbury, Bekesbourne railway station one mile away, and the main A2 just 1.5 miles to the west.

For any enquiries please contact Miles and Barr Land & New Homes 01304 273340 or landandnewhomes@milesandbarr.co.uk

Room Sizes
Lounge 6.45m x 3.76m (21'2 x 12'4)
Dining Room 4.32m x 3.30m (14'2 x 10'10)
Reception Room 3.66m x 3.61m (12'0 x 11'10)
Kitchen 3.66m x 3.28m (12'0 x 10'9)
Master Bedroom 4.42m x 3.35m (14'6 x 11'0)
Bedroom 4.29m x 3.45m (14'1 x 11'4)
Bedroom 3.76m x 3.05m (12'4 x 10'0)
Bedroom 3.76m x 2.77m (12'4 x 9'1)

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