Property Description: This luxurious penthouse apartment is ideally located close to the city centre with spectacular views over Canterbury Cathedral and the Great River Stour. The immaculately presented accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hallway with two useful storage cupboards and access to all the rooms. The superb open plan kitchen/living room is perfectly designed for modern life, with doors opening out to the large balcony the room is filled with natural light and creates the perfect space to entertain guests or relax with a glass of wine after a long day at work. The modern kitchen is well fitted with cream gloss storage units, wood effect worktops and integrated appliances giving a sleek finish. There are three double bedrooms. The main bedroom has an en-suite shower room which is fully tiled with a walk in shower and a heated towel rail, this bedroom also benefits from direct access to the balcony so you can wake up and enjoy those spectacular views with a nice cup of coffee. The apartment is completed by a stylish family bathroom which is also fully tiled with a shower over the bath. There is a lift to all floors within the building for absolute convenience meaning this apartment really does tick all the boxes. Externally there is private allocated parking and an underpass for access to Riverside walks which lead directly into the city centre.
Location: Westwood Drive is located on the sought after Kingsbrook Park development. Kingsbrook Park is approximately 0.8 miles from the vibrant city centre. The Great Stour runs either side of the development with allotments to the North and Kingsmead Playing Field to the West. Sainsbury's supermarket is just 0.4 miles on foot whilst for those wishing to commute, Canterbury West train station is just 0.7 miles away offering a high speed service to the London St Pancras. Canterbury is steeped in history yet offers those in need of retail therapy a diverse mix of independent and well known chain brands. Restaurants serve dishes from around the globe whilst the Marlowe and Gulbenkian theatres offer a range of entertainment for all ages. Canterbury is also well known for its excellent educational facilities with two universities and highly regarded primary and secondary schools in both the state and private sector.
Directions: www.google.co.uk/maps - CT2 7US
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Local Authority: Canterbury City Council - 01227 862 000. Kent County Council - 0845 247 247
Services: Gas central heating, mains electricity, drainage & water.
Fixtures: This property is unfurnished with white goods.
Availability: This property is available now.