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Summer Hill, Canterbury - CT2 8NH

OIRO £895,000

Type: Detached House

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Receptions: 3

Grade II Listed detached Georgian house dating back to 1822 brimming full character and original features. Situated on a large private plot in the popular village of Harbledown just on the outskirts of Canterbury city centre. 3 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms & 3 bathrooms. No onward chain

  • Grade II Listed detached Georgian house dating back to 1822
  • Stunning features throughout including original fireplaces & beautiful windows
  • 3 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms & 3 bathrooms, 1 of which is an ensuite
  • Generous rear garden on a beautiful private plot. Driveway with parking for 2/3 vehicles
  • Popular village location in Harbledown on the outskirts of the city centre
  • No onward chain
  • Just 0.3 miles to The Canterbury Primary School & only a little further to The Canterbury High School
  • 1 mile to Canterbury City Centre
  • 0.9 miles to Canterbury West train station
  • Easy access onto the A2/M2


OIRO £895,000

Property Description: This unique Grade II Listed detached Georgian house dates back to 1822 and is brimming full of character including high ceilings, original fireplaces and stunning windows. The property is situated on a large private plot in the village of Harbledown known for its picturesque setting, with a mix of historic buildings, green spaces, and easy access to the Kent countryside. The proximity to Canterbury, with its world-famous cathedral, museums, and restaurants, would make this property an excellent choice for those looking for a peaceful village life with easy access to urban amenities.

This beautiful house is single storied to the front and has a double rear Victorian extension. To the font of the house there are two wonderful rooms both with a stunning floor to ceiling feature window and original fireplace. One of them is currently used as a bedroom which has its own ensuite shower room and the other as a sitting room. There are a further two reception rooms, the living room which has a lovely feature fireplace and a bay window overlooking the attractive gardens. The dining room also has a bay window, a feature corner brick fireplace and stairs down to the cellar. The cellar has power and is mainly used for storage. The country style kitchen has a Neff double oven and Neff electric hob, an integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. Beyond the kitchen there is a shower room and a single bedroom which has a door opening onto the garden. Upstairs there is another great sized double bedroom with a storage cupboard and a family bathroom.

Outside: To the front of the property there is a driveway with parking for 2/3 vehicles and access to the rear garden. Steps up to the house are bordered by lovely lawned gardens with mature trees and shrubs. The beautiful private rear gardens sit on a large plot, they are mainly laid to lawn bordered by mature trees, shrubs and plants. There are plenty of seating areas dotted around the garden to enjoy those sunny evenings and to entertain family and friends. There is a also a small shed and log store to the rear of the garden.

Location: Harbledown is a quiet and pretty village located on the outskirts of the historic city of Canterbury. There are excellent transport links with easy access to the A2 and M2. Canterbury West and East train stations are 0.9 and 1.1 miles from Summer Hill, both with links into London, including the high speed link to St Pancras International. The high street is within a conservation area with many fascinating colloquial buildings. There is a local village pub, The Coach and Horses, which serves tasty local food and ales. Harbledown is just a one mile drive into Canterburys' vibrant city centre. The city of Canterbury dates back to Roman times, remnants of which still remain today along with medieval and Victorian architecture. Ideally located for commuters, with Canterbury West train station running the high speed service which takes you to London St Pancras in under an hour. Canterbury city centre has wealth of independent shops as well as major brands you would expect to see on the high street. The cosmopolitan nature of Canterbury's residents has led to an array of restaurants and cafes serving dishes from across the globe.

Directions: = CT2 8NH / What3Words = ///

Council Tax: Council Tax Band F (Correct as of May 2023). To check council tax for this property, please refer to

Local Authority: Canterbury City Council - 01227 862 000. Kent County Council - 0845 247 247

Services: Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity

Tenure: This property is freehold and is sold with vacant possession upon completion.


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Summer Hill, Canterbury - CT2 8NH

 Detached House
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OIRO £895,000

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