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26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU
This property is ideally located in the popular rural village of Lower Hardres but has the added advantage of being just under 6 miles from Canterbury City Centre. The downstairs has a very light and modern feel to it with an open plan kitchen and living room, ideal for entertaining. The kitchen has been fitted with ample, country cream wall and base units, an integrated electric oven, gas hob with an extractor hood over and wood effect worktops. There are also spaces a for low level fridge and freezer and space and plumbing for a washer/dryer and a dishwasher. The door in the kitchen leads out to the stunning rear garden. Large windows in the kitchen, shine the light through to the living room which has a log burner installed in the fire place. Completing the ground floor is the dining room located at the front of the property. Upstairs, there is a good size double bedroom and a single bedroom, both neutrally decorated. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite. Outside, the rear garden stretches to approximately 100 ft and covers almost a third of an acre. It is mainly laid to lawn with established borders and trees as well as a fish pond right at the very bottom. The garden has outstanding, far reaching, countryside views.
This property can be found in the rural village of Lower Hardres which is surrounded by picturesque countryside but still under 4 miles from Canterbury City centre. Just a short walk from the property is the award wining Lower Hardres Farm Shop with it's fresh local produce and local butcher. The village of Bridge is just over 3 miles away and has a range of amenities. Both Stelling Minnis Church of England Primary School and Petham Primary School are less than 3 miles away whilst both Langton Grammar Schools are less than 3 miles away. The popular Bursted Manor Riding Centre is just 2 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 Canterbury's 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.
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