Tel: 01227 784 784
26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU
This remarkable three bedroom semi-detached property is immaculately presented throughout and would make the perfect family home. If you desire a new home in a peaceful, quaint location while still benefiting from local amenities and transport links then look no further, this property has it all. The front porch leads you into the entrance hall which has a large, useful storage cupboard and stairs leading to the first floor. From the hallway you enter the spacious living room, with a feature fireplace; as well as the downstairs bathroom and kitchen/dining room. The bathroom is fully tiled and has a bath with a shower over and a shower screen, a bowl sink with a large storage unit underneath. The kitchen has a freestanding gas oven with an extractor hood over, space and plumbing for a washing machine and an under counter fridge. The kitchen units continue through to the dining area meaning there is plenty of storage as well as space for an under counter freezer. The dining area has plenty of room for a large table and chairs and double doors leading to the rear garden. The conservatory is accessed via the dining area and also has double doors leading to the rear garden. To the first floor the landing gives access to three good size bedrooms. The master bedroom has a lovely feature fireplace and bedroom two has a stunning outlook over the rear garden and meadows beyond.
The property is situated along a quiet country lane in the hamlet of Coxhill; less than half a mile from Shepherdswell. The village is delightful with its Co-op mini supermarket, and a mainline station with direct trains to Dover and London; while trains from nearby Dover Priory can whisk you to London in about an hour. You will also find the charming and historic East Kent Railway that is run by a preservation society. For sporting enthusiasts the village is home to the 'Shepherdswell Spartans' Football Club as well as a cricket team. Golfers can play at Broome Park or go slightly further afield to the championship courses at Sandwich. Boating enthusiasts can join the Downs Sailing Club and if motor racing is your interest why not visit the Lydden racing circuit. Sibertswold C of E primary school is nearby and has a good Ofsted rating, while Dover, Sandwich and Canterbury all offer excellent secondary schools. The village is very central as you can be in Canterbury for shopping in a little over 20 minutes or Dover docks is close by for access to the continent. There are also excellent shopping facilities in and around nearby Whitfield; including a large Tesco extra, a B&Q, as well as doctors, hairdressers, pubs and restaurants.
Outside the stunning rear garden is fully enclosed, with fencing to the left hand boundary and hedging to the right, providing a high degree of privacy and seclusion. The garden has been fully landscaped, and has a patio area at the top with space for a bistro table and chairs to enjoy your morning coffee and breathe in the fresh countryside air. There are two lovely pebbled rockeries, one with a selection of plants and a water feature and the other with space for a full garden furniture set. The main garden is mainly laid to lawn with a path running down the centre and right hand boundary. There is a wide variety of flora and fauna making it a haven for avid gardeners and wildlife alike. To the bottom section of the garden there is a potting shed, as well as a very large shed, useful for storing all of your garden tools away. There are stunning views over the meadow to the rear of the property where occasionally there are horses grazing. To the front of the property there is a shared block paved driveway with plenty of space to park, there is also a side gate to access the rear garden.
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