Guide Price £475,000 - £500,000. Superb location for Canterbury city centre with excellent opportunity to extend further. With garage providing sought after off road parking just 0.2 miles to Whitefriars Shopping Centre
Superb location for Canterbury City Centre
Garage with off road parking for 1 car
Fantastic potential to extend with current plans agreed (CA/22/02169)
Just 0.2 miles to Whitefriars Shopping Centre & bus station
Just 0.4 miles to Canterbury East train station
2 double bedrooms - 1 with a shower
Fully tiled modern bathroom with shower over the bath
Spacious living area
Private enclosed garden
GUIDE PRICE £475,000
Property Description: Guide Price £475,000 - £500,000. This property is close to the heart of the vibrant city of Canterbury with its fine array of history, culture, shops, restaurants and cafes. Nearby are the fantastic colleges and universities that Canterbury prides itself on as well as other public and state schools. Frequent bus services operate to nearby towns and villages and Canterbury East and West operate regular train services to London and the coast. The property itself has a garage providing highly sought after parking as well as lots of potential for improvement by its new owner on the existing plot. The spacious living area has French doors that open out to a bright conservatory. The kitchen has plenty of wall and base units and has a door leading to the garage. A spiral staircase leads up to the first floor which has two double bedrooms with the main bedroom featuring a standalone shower cubicle and a sink. The bathroom has been fully tiled with a built in vanity unit and a shower over the bath. The garden wraps around the conservatory and has established border hedges enclosing it. Plans have been approved for extension. For more information on this, please refer to Canterbury City Councils website using planning reference CA/22/02169.
Location: Vernon Road is just 0.2 miles to Whitefriars Shopping centre that leads to the heart of Canterbury's vibrant city centre. The city of Canterbury dates back to Roman times, remnants of which still remain today along with medieval and Victorian architecture. The glorious Canterbury Cathedral (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) is just 0.4 miles by foot and is enjoyed all year round by worshippers and visitors alike. The city also has a wealth of cultural and leisure amenities including theatres, bars, restaurants and cafes serving dishes from across the globe. There are some fantastic independent shops as well as major brands you would expect to see on the high street. 'The Riverside' which is situated on the other side of the Great Stour River will boast Curzon's 5 screen cinema as well as restaurants and bars that will wrap around the new public square that also overlooks the river. Canterbury has some excellent public schools, state schools and higher education establishments. There are great road links with the A2 providing access to the channel port of Dover and the M2. There are two mainline railway stations offering fast and frequent services with the high-speed link from Canterbury West (just over 1 mile away by foot) to London St Pancras in approximately 56 minutes and frequent services to London Victoria or Dover Priory via Canterbury East (just 0.4 miles by foot).