- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Reception rooms
- 2 bath/shower rooms
- Impressive kitchen/dining room
- Lawned gardens & garden room
- Shingled circular in/out driveway
A superb detached period house having undergone significant updating, extension and reconfiguration and providing lovely family accommodation. On the ground floor is an impressive reception hall with attractive staircase rising to the first floor and a large sitting room with wood burning stove and useful study area. To the front is and substantial family room, currently accommodating a pool table, which could remain if required. The attractive kitchen/dining room is comprehensively equipped and enjoys French doors overlooking and opening onto the garden. There is a useful utility room, north facing larder and downstairs wc. On the first floor the master bedroom enjoys an ensuite shower room, there are three further bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Externally the house is approached by double five bar gates onto a shingled circular in/out driveway providing parking. To the side of the house is a large paved seating area which extends beyond the sitting room and kitchen. The gardens then lie to the side and rear, principally laid to lawn with raised vegetable beds and inset trees. There is a substantial timber garden room with power and lighting, plus adjacent integral store.
The property enjoys a semi-rural location on the edge of the village with lovely views to the rear over adjacent farmland and countryside.
The village of Blean has a range of local facilities including parade of shops and choice of pubs. There is a well-respected primary school in the village with a further wide selection of schools, including independent and grammar schools across Canterbury together with an impressive range of colleges and universities. Canterbury City centre offers comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities plus two railway stations with High Speed services to London St. Pancras in approx. 55 mins. from Canterbury West. The surrounding area offers delightful walking and cycling including Blean Woods and the Crab and Winkle Way through to Whitstable.