Guide Price £525,000 - £550,000. This immaculately presented four bedroom detached house would make the perfect family home. The property was built by Charles Church in 2017 and is well positioned on this lovely small development with a beautiful leafy outlook. The accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hallway with a cloakroom and a useful storage cupboard under the stairs. From here there is access to the spacious and bright living room and the dining room which are positioned at the front of the property. The open plan kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of this wonderful home; offering superb everyday living space for the whole family to enjoy, with direct access to the garden. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of white wall and base storage units. Integrated appliances include a Hotpoint double oven, a four burner gas hob and an Indesit dishwasher. There is space for a freestanding fridge/freezer. A separate utility room has space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and a unit housing the wall mounted Vaillant combination gas boiler. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom. The main bedroom has an en-suite shower room and the family bathroom has a bath and a separate shower cubicle.Outside
The generous rear garden is fully enclosed with a variety of mature trees beyond the boundary providing a high level or privacy, seclusion and a beautiful leafy outlook. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with flowerbed borders containing plants, shrubs and young trees. There is a large patio as you step out from the kitchen/breakfast room with plenty of space for outdoor seating to relax and unwind with a glass of wine after a long day at work, or entertain guests in the warmer months with a barbecue. There is casing for a hot tub if desired and a large garden shed. A side gate leads to the front of the property where there is a detached double car port and additional parking for two cars.Floorplan Council Tax
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Gas central heating. Mains water, drainage and electricity.Method of Sale
This property is Freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion. Estate management charges may apply.Location
Harbledown is a picturesque village steeped in history with a vibrant community spirit. It is home to St Nicholas’s Hospital and Church which is thought to be England's first leper hospital. Founded in c.1084 by the Archbishop of Canterbury 'Lanfranc', it was converted into Alms-houses in 1840. The Old Coach & Horses public house is a former coach house on the ancient London to Canterbury road, providing visitors with traditional ale and fantastic food. For those wishing to soak in the country air, there are plenty of good walking routes across the Kentish countryside right on the doorstep. For those needing to commute, there are two train stations in Canterbury, both of which have links to London Victoria. Canterbury West Station is 2.2 miles away and has a high-speed service that takes you to London St Pancras in under an hour. Harbledown is also the right side of Canterbury if you are looking for easy access to London via the A2/M2. Upper Harbeldown is just a two mile drive into Canterburys' vibrant city centre with a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants as well as it's famous Cathedral which dominates the skyline.