- 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Substantial kitchen/breakfast room
- Elegant drawing room
- Large basement comprising utility room & cellar
- Courtyard garden
Situated in an elegant residential street, yet close to the town centre and perfectly placed to enjoy all that Canterbury has to offer, 44 Stour Street is a wonderfully proportioned Grade II listed property, understood to have been built around 1850 and with accommodation arranged over four floors. What is most striking about this home is the stylish matching of contemporary living with period features such as high ceilings and arched sash windows. The attention to detail is apparent as soon as you enter.
The kitchen/breakfast room stretches from the front to back of the house, with shutters and wooden floors plus low level original wood panelling. There are built in book cases, a wood burner stove and a modern handle less kitchen with Falcon double oven range cooker and five ring induction hob.
In keeping with the period, on the first floor is a large elegant drawing room with wonderful views over the Alms House gardens and roofscapes beyond. The double aspect windows and mirrored feature wall ensures the light floods in. There are built in book cases, an AV unit, plus a wired in sound system with B&W built in speakers.
The three bedrooms all benefit from fitted cupboards and there is an impressive ensuite shower room off the principal bedroom in addition to a well-equipped family bathroom and separate WC.
The large basement area is divided into two rooms. One is a useful utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, dryer and sink. The second is currently being used as a wine cellar.
To the rear of the property is an idyllic walled courtyard garden which is paved leading to a discreetly screened bike shed. An iroko wooden garden gate leads to a parking space for one car and an electric charging point.