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26a Castle Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2PU
Guide Price £300,000 - £325,000. This grand Georgian town house, located in centre of the popular village of Ash, dates back approx. 250 years and is spread over four floors with in excess of 2,700 sq ft of accommodation. The property has huge potential to be modernised and remodelled to suit your specific tastes and needs. The property has previously been used as a commercial shop so the potential extends beyond what most residential properties can offer (subject to gaining the necessary permissions). Steps lead up to the front room, which has high ceilings and large ornate windows which fill the room with natural light. A door leads through to the large open plan kitchen diner which has plenty of floor and wall units, space for a gas cooker and there is a door onto the rear garden. Also on this floor is the main bathroom. The large dry cellar has had many uses over the years but currently provides useful space for storage and houses extra white goods. There is also a door that leads onto the garden from the cellar. On the first floor is the main living room and the master bedroom which has the potential to add an en suite shower room. On the top floor there is a large bathroom which has a bath with shower over, a basin and W.C. Completing the top floor there two good size double bedrooms, one of which has built in storage and a large single bedroom that also has built in storage.
The property is situated in the centre of the popular village of Ash, which is 10 miles from the City of Canterbury and just 3 miles from the Cinque Port of Sandwich. The village has a variety of local facilities including a post office, convenience store, pharmacy, doctors surgery and a hairdressers. The village also has two primary schools the Ash, Cartwright & Kelsey C of E which is 0.5 miles walk away and the well regarded St Faith's independent school which is only 0.1 miles walk away. The village has a regular bus service which runs to Sandwich, Broadstairs and the City of Canterbury and the A257 Ash bypass gives access to the coastal towns of Thanet and Sandwich. There are stations at Sandwich and Canterbury offering stopping services to London; trains on the High Speed link take 56 minutes from Canterbury West to London St Pancras. The Channel Port of Dover, Eurotunnel at Folkestone and Ashford International offer regular services to the Continent.
The low maintenance courtyard garden can be accessed from the kitchen or the cellar. The sunny south facing garden is mainly paved with a mixture of mature shrubs and flowers. The rear garden also has a pond, a wooden shed and side access.
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