- Cul-de-sac location
- Four bedrooms
- Large kitchen
- Two reception rooms
- Substantial garden
A well presented, detached family house in a cul-de-sac setting. The accommodation includes an entrance porch, with adjacent wc, opening into a large sitting room with a bay window to the front and staircase rising to the first floor landing. There is a substantial and comprehensively fitted kitchen with adjoining separate dining room, which in turn accesses the conservatory, overlooking and opening onto the garden. On the first floor are four comfortable bedrooms and well equipped shower room. The house benefits from double glazed windows and doors. There is a productive solar PV and solar thermal system supplementing the gas-fired boiler providing hot water. The system reduces the household energy bills (currently approx. £100 p.m. for gas and electricity) and generates an annual income of approximately £2000 p.a. There are approximately seventeen years unexpired on the EON contract.
Externally to the front is a drive providing parking and access to the garage. There is lighting and external sockets. The rear garden measures approximately 89 ft by 37’ ft 6 (27.11m x 11.42m). There is a large, two-tier paved seating area to the rear of the house, the lower section having been formally the base for a substantial hot-tub. A side path accesses the front drive and to the remaining side is a timber store. Steps lead down to lawn with well-stocked borders and an adjacent area of artificial grass with further borders and external power sockets. An arch leads through trellis screening to a further substantial area of garden with tiered beds and central steps down to a slate-chip surface with timber shed on a concrete base having power and light. Compost area. The garden is enclosed by wood panel fencing.
The property is located just outside the village of Shepherdswell which is popular village with a primary school, post office, pub, mini supermarket and mainline railway station. The surrounding east Kent countryside provides lovely walking and cycling whilst the A2 is within easy reach giving access to the ferry terminals at Dover, the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone and the M2 motorway. The Cathedral City of Canterbury is easily accessible and provides a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, a wide selection of restaurants, pubs and bistros, leisure and sports facilities. The City also hosts an impressive range of schools, colleges and universities. Canterbury west station provides high speed rail services to London St. Pancras with a journey time of approx. 55 mins.