- 2 Double bedrooms
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/dining area
- Courtyard garden
- Outhouse ideal for workshop/utility/storage
- Central location
The property comprises a most attractive Grade II listed period townhouse with a wealth of charm and enjoys easy access to the City centre and railway stations. The house offers well-proportioned accommodation; on the ground floor is a sitting room to the front with a decorative flame fire opening to a dining area and a comprehensively fitted kitchen. From the kitchen there are French doors opening onto a courtyard garden. On the first floor is a large double bedroom to the front and a substantial bathroom to the rear. To the top floor is a second double bedrooms with an impressive brick arch feature and pretty dormer window to the front and eaves storage. The property benefits from gas fired heating via a wall-mounted boiler in the kitchen. The apartment is currently stylishly set up for serviced accommodation but could also be utilised for owner occupation.
The courtyard garden measures 11' 10'' x 11' 7'' (3.60m x 3.53m) and has a useful brick built outbuilding set up with plumbing. There is shared rear pedestrian access with next door.
The property enjoys an enviable setting in central Canterbury convenient for the City centre and with easy access to the Dane John park and Canterbury east station. There is also a small park, the Garden of St Mary de Castro, at the end of the road. Canterbury enjoys a wide range of shops and restaurants, leisure facilities and a variety of high-quality schools, colleges and universities. The High-Speed rail link from nearby Canterbury west station provides services to London St. Pancras in approx. 55mins.