Tel: 01227 784 784
26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU
This brand new property is available now and has been finished to an exceptional standard throughout. The grand entrance hallway has a central oak staircase that leads to a gallery landing. Downstairs the open plan kitchen / dining area has a bay window and bi folding doors that lead to the garden. The handmade Collins Bespoke kitchen provides plenty of storage space and includes an impressive island / breakfast bar which also houses a wine cooler, a hidden pantry cupboard and granite worktops. There is a large Rangemaster with an induction hob and integrated Siemens appliances that include an extractor, dishwasher, tall fridge and separate tall freezer. A large utility area again provides plenty of storage space and is finished with quartz worktops. It also has additional space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The study and separate living area are both finished with oak flooring and the living room has another set of bi fold doors and two additional patio doors that flood the room with natural light. A cloakroom completes the downstairs. Upstairs there are five double bedrooms, three of which have en suites and there is a main bathroom. The bathrooms have a range of contemporary finishes which include tiling, wall hung basins with vanity units, large walk in showers and designer baths. Chrome switches and sockets can be found throughout and the chrome ironmongery complements the oak internal doors. The property is set up with a monitored alarm system and comes with a 10 year Homebuyers warranty.
Breton House can be found in the rural village of Upper Hardres which is surrounded by picturesque countryside but still only 6 miles from Canterbury City centre. The village of Bridge is only 3.6 miles away and has a range of amenities. Both Stelling Minnis Church of England Primary School and Petham Primary School are less than 3.5 miles away whilst both Langton Grammar Schools are less than 5 miles away. The popular Bursted Manor Riding Centre is 0.9 miles away. Canterbury itself has an array of shops and boutiques, along with fine dining and restaurants serving dishes from across the globe. To complete Canterburys unique experience, there are welcoming pubs and wine bars and the stunning Cathedral which takes centre stage. Recreation facilities in and around the area include sports centres, swimming pools, Polo Farm Sports Club, championship cricket and a good range of golf courses. Canterbury West train station is 7 miles away and has high speed services that take you to London St. Pancras in less than an hour. Road connections are also good, with the A2 that can be joined at Bridge linking into the motorway network.
The property is approached off the lane via electric timber gates leading to a gravel parking area that provides plenty of space for parking. The property is partially surrounded by Indian sandstone paving which creates a large patio area to the rear and the landscaped grounds are mainly laid to lawn. There is external lighting and plenty of space for entertaining on the warmer summer nights. The grounds are approximately 5.5 acres and there is plenty of scope to create well equipped equestrian facilities, subject to any necessary planning. There is a detached triple garage which has power, lighting, plumbing, heating and a large storage room above.
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