Tel: 01227 784 784
26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU
OPEN DAY 8th FEBRUARY 2020 - CALL TODAY TO REGISTER YOUR INTEREST AND FIND OUT MORE. With 50% already reserved off plan, we are pleased to announce plans for an open day in February for your chance to view the remaining homes. This part of the development has a very exclusive feel and its elevated position provides excellent views over the surrounding countryside. Each property has been thoughtfully designed by the developer to make the most of the space available and provide individual differences between each house. With stylish interiors, good size landscaped gardens, double garages and high-end fixtures and fittings, these executive homes have a lot to offer. The open plan downstairs living spaces are spacious and versatile. The ground floors comprise of a large living room with an ornate fireplace and space for a log burner and a large, sociable kitchen/diner which comes fully integrated with Bosch appliances including a double oven, a fridge freezer, and a dishwasher. Central islands provide plenty of cupboard space and room for bar stools. Bi-folding doors lead out to patio areas offering a great space for entertaining. Utility rooms have space for a washing machine and a tumble dryer. The bedrooms are a generous size and some feature built in wardrobes and luxury en suites with contemporary fittings. The stylish main bathroom has a bath with shower over and vanity units. All the gardens will be landscaped and have sandstone patio areas. Each property has an integrated or detached double garage and allocated parking for at least two cars to front. (Please note that internal pictures are of the five bedroom show home)
The ancient village of Chartham is four miles west of the Cathedral City of Canterbury. It is located on the Great Stour river and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and farmland, including apple and pear orchards. It is served by a village hall, a doctor's surgery, a village store, a post office, two pubs and a primary school. There is a railway station with easy access to Canterbury, Ashford and the high speed links to London and Europe. There is also a regular bus service to Canterbury and Ashford and a cycle path runs along the banks of the river Stour all the way into Canterbury. The nearby cathedral city of Canterbury also has a wide range of amenities, including excellent shopping and leisure facilities, primary and secondary schools as well as three universities, two hospitals and two railway stations. Canterbury also offers excellent leisure facilities, along with a diverse selection of restaurants and international eateries. The thriving market town of Ashford also offers excellent shopping, recreational and educational amenities, along with a high speed rail link from Ashford International Station which reaches London St Pancras in just 38 minutes. The area is very well served by road connections, with the A2/M2 accessible from nearby Canterbury and the M20 (which can be joined at Ashford) both connecting with London and the coast. The Channel Tunnel terminal at Folkestone provides a regular shuttle service to the Continent, whilst the Port of Dover also provides regular ferry crossings to the Continent.
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