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26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU
Guide price £700,000 - £750,000. Nestled down a quiet country lane on the edge of the village is this stunning property has been tastefully and thoughtfully extended over time to create a luxurious and bespoke family home. With over 3,500 sqft of flexible living accommodation and with an immaculate finish throughout, there is nothing for the next owner to do. From the spacious entrance hall, you step down into the living room where there is a feature fireplace and doors out to the rear garden which are covered by beautiful plantation shutters which make an appearance throughout the property. The kitchen is a great space with plenty of units, a range style cooker, central island doubling up as a breakfast bar and access out to the garden. There is also a utility room with space for washing machine and fridge freezer. There are three double bedrooms downstairs, one has a dressing area and an amazing spa like en suite bathroom with Whirlpool bath, plus access to a private part of the garden with decking. You can also gain access out to another section of the garden from one of the bedrooms, as well as the formal dining room. Completing the downstairs, there is a sitting room, study and main bathroom. Upstairs you will find a further double bedroom with en suite shower room and the master suite which is nothing short of breath taking. The main bedroom area is vast with high vaulted ceilings, a free standing bath in the corner and double doors with Juliette balcony overlooking the rear garden. There is a further dressing area, contemporary en suite shower room and as you open a cupboard door you will find another double bedroom which would be great as a nursery or a multitude of uses.
Eythorne is a small rural village which is 7 miles from Dover connecting you to the port and 13 miles from the cultural city of Canterbury with great access to the A2, M2 and M20. Eythorne is neighboured by Coldred which has Kent's best kept village' status and Shepherdswell which has the nearest main line train station connecting through Canterbury to pick up the high-speed service to London St Pancras or has direct routes to London Victoria. Eythorne has a village convenience store with post office which has a good selection of produce, The Crown Inn pub which serves food, Eythorne Elvington Community Primary School and two churches. The historical town of Sandwich is only 7 miles away and has a cinque port, pubs & restaurants, secondary and grammar schools, boutique shops and has a train station.
Sat on a generous plot, the rear part of the garden is large and mainly laid to lawn with a shed to remain, peppered with trees and shrubs and a patio and shingled area for furniture and a hot tub. There are private sections of garden accessed from two of the bedrooms, one with decking that has a Mediterranean feel. There is side access and a shingled driveway to the front with parking for multiple cars.
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