This delightful property is located in the popular St Dunstans area of Canterbury, just 160 yards from The Goods Shed Farmers Market with it's own bakery, butchery and open kitchen. The front door opens into the hallway and immediately to the left is the living room. This room has a large storage cupboard and is beautifully lit by the dual aspect windows and French doors that open out to the courtyard. Also on the ground floor is the fitted kitchen/dining room that has plenty of wall and base units and a built in four burner gas hob and extractor fan, an electric oven and space/plumbing for a fridge freezer, a washing machine and a dishwasher. There is ample room for a dining table and 6 chairs as well as a storage cupboard. On the first floor is the master bedroom with a built in double wardrobe and a good size single bedroom. Completing upstairs is the family bathroom which has a white suite and a shower fitted over the bath. Outside, to the side of the property is the sunny courtyard which is an ideal spot for entertaining and alfresco dining. There is also a garage with this property and associated costs apply to this.Council Tax
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Canterbury City Council (CCC)
Kent County Council (KCC)Services
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricityMethod of Sale
This property is Freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion. Location
The property is located in the heart of the popular St Dunstan's and is only 0.1 miles walk to Canterbury West train station which has the high speed service that takes you to London St Pancras in under an hour. St Dunstan's has become a vibrant area of Canterbury and has a Sainsbury's local, a Butchers, an international greengrocer and a selection of Cafe's and independent shops. Within 0.4 miles of the property there is The Bishops Finger pub, The Falstaff Inn and The Pound. The property is conveniently located for anyone one working at the University Of Kent which is just a 1.2 miles walk away. The historic city centre located through the Westgate Towers has an array of shops and boutiques, along with fine dining and restaurants serving dishes from across the globe. The Marlowe Theatre attracts acts from around the world and the Cathedral which is a world heritage site completes Canterbury's unique experience.