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Best Lane, Canterbury £600,000

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  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Large sitting room with open fireplace
  • Separate dining room
  • Attractively fitted kitchen
  • Spectacular bathroom
  • Rear garden

An impressive Grade II listed period townhouse, believed to date from the 18th century, offering elegantly proportioned and atmospheric accommodation over three floors. On the ground floor is a large sitting room with an open fireplace and staircase rising to the first floor. The separate dining room has a fascinating period range set in the fireplace (feature) with storage cupboards to either side and a window overlooking the garden. The kitchen is attractively fitted with a contemporary range of wall, drawer and floor units and includes a fridge and freezer, slimline dishwasher and Bosch gas hob with Bosch electric oven beneath. There is a wall-mounted ideal boiler in a matching unit serving the central heating and hot water. On the first floor is a large master bedroom with an attractive period fireplace and exposed ceiling timbers. To the rear is a spectacular bathroom featuring a roll-top bath with Victorian-style shower unit above, half-height wall tiling, period fireplace and window overlooking the garden. On the second floor are two further bedrooms, from the rear are delightful views over the City roofscape and Marlowe Theatre.

Externally there is an attractively maintained rear garden with a brick-paved surface having inset flower beds with a mature bay tree. To the rear is a further deep herbaceous border stocked with a variety of shrubbery. There is a useful garden store, exterior tap, wall-mounted lighting and the garden is enclosed by solid brick walls. The garden measures approx. max depth of 28ft (8.53m) reducing to 11ft 7 (3.35m) x a max width of 15ft (4.57m).

The property is located in the heart of Canterbury City centre, just a short walk from Canterbury Cathedral precinct, the Marlowe Theatre and The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge which incorporates Canterbury's museum, art gallery and library. There are a wealth of restaurants, bars and bistros in the City centre and a range of leisure facilities, high-quality schools, colleges and universities. The High-Speed rail link from Canterbury West station provides services to London St. Pancras in approx. 55 minutes. 


Sitting Room

13' 5'' x 13' 0'' max (4.09m x 3.96m max)

Dining Room

12' 10'' max x 8' 9'' (3.91m max x 2.66m)

Kitchen

16' 0'' x 6' 3'' (4.87m x 1.90m)

First Floor

Master bedroom

13' 10'' max x 13' 3'' (4.21m max x 4.04m)

Bathroom

13' 0'' max x 8' 3'' max (3.96m max x 2.51m max)

Second Floor

Bedroom Two

14' 7'' max x 11' 9'' max (4.44m max x 3.58m max)

Bedroom Three

13' 5'' x 6' 3'' (4.09m x 1.90m)

Exterior

Rear Garden

Max of 28' 0'' (8.53m) reducing to 11' 7" (3.35m) x 15' 0'' (4.57m)


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Best Lane
Canterbury CT1 2JB
County: Kent
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: CB002731
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