- 3 Bedrooms
- Attractively fitted kitchen
- Large sitting/dining room plus conservatory
- Far-reaching views to the rear over farmland and countryside
- Rear garden with bespoke timber shed
A deceptively spacious village house providing comfortable accommodation over three floors with far-reaching views to the rear over farmland and countryside. On the ground floor is an entrance porch which leads through to the hall in turn having stairs rising to the first floor. There is an attractively and comprehensively fitted kitchen with a range of matching wall, drawer and floor units. To the rear is a large sitting/dining room which opens into the conservatory, in turn overlooking and opening onto the garden. There is also a useful w.c. On the first floor are two bedrooms and the family bathroom which includes a P-shaped bath with a shower unit over and a fitted airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. On the second floor is bedroom one which has a comprehensive range of fitted wardrobes, a part-vaulted ceiling and a window to the rear making the most of the views. The property benefits from double glazed windows and doors and gas fired central heating.
To the rear is an enclosed garden approx. 25ft (7.61m) x 15ft (4.57m) with a paved surface and ornamental fish pond plus bespoke timber shed to the rear. The shed has a maximum width of approx. 8ft6 (2.59m) tapering to the rear, with double glazed windows to the side and double glazed French doors opening onto the garden. The garden is enclosed by wood panel fencing. A pedestrian gate gives access to a path leading onto the residents' parking area. This is a private parking area solely for the use of the residents' of Brundell Terrace on a first-come, first-serve basis. To the front of the house is a further private parking layby providing additional parking space solely for the residents' of Brundell Terrace on a first-come, first-serve basis. A concrete path leads to the porch and front door.
Chartham has a range of local facilities including general store, pubs and primary school. The outlying countryside offers lovely walks and cycling. Canterbury itself is easily accessible and provides a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities, a selection of primary and secondary schools, two universities and other colleges. The high speed rail link is available from Canterbury west station to London St. Pancras with an estimated journey time of approx. 55 mins.
Council Tax Band: C