Property ID: CT307
Rough Common Rd
Competition entrance fee:
Minimum Selling Price:
Competition end date:
3rd July 2022
Bedroom 1 (4.7m x 3.1m)
Bedroom 2 (3.1m x 3m)
Bedroom 3 (3.5m x 2.9m)
Bedroom 4 (4.2m x 2.1m)
Lounge (4.9m x 3.7m)
Kitchen/Diner/Living (8m x 5.4m)
Bathroom 1 (2.1m x 1.8m)
Bathroom 2 (2.1m x 1.7m)
Bathroom 3 (2.1m x 1.3m)
Utility (2.2m x 2.1m)
Garage (4.7m x 2.1m)
Garden (42m X 7.3m)
Independent Study (4m x 3.4m)
Flexible living space
Large, enclosed garden
Independent, fitted study
Cavity wall construction
Mains water and drainage
This nicely-proportioned, 4-bedroom home boasts a variety of sought-after features. The large, L-shaped kitchen/breakfast/living area offers a range of uses, from entertaining to a family - friendly living space, with a separate lounge, which includes a large, (functioning) open fireplace.
A utility room, accessed from the kitchen provides a convenient link to the rear garden and the integrated garage.
Also on the ground floor is a good-sized family bathroom and under-stairs storage.
Upstairs is a second bathroom and further shower room as well as 4 bedrooms; a single room over looking the rear garden, two double bedrooms and a large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes.
The loft is accessed via the hallway and is floorboarded to provide a useful further storage area, or potentially useable living space, subject to some alterations.
To the rear of the property is a large paved area and garden of over 138 feet in length. A fully-fitted home study is located at the end of the garden, which provides a perfect work-from-home opportunity. Additional advantages of this property's rear aspect include the garden being fully enclosed as well as backing directly onto Blean woods.
The property is set back from the road with a front lawn and driveway providing parking for two cars, in addition to the garage space.
This property provides ample and flexible living accommodation with all the features one would look for in a family home.
Located approximately 2 miles from Canterbury city centre, this property offers an ideal balance of rural amenities (local playing parks, woodlands and country walks) and the advantages of being on the doorstep of a bustling city.
Canterbury offers a host of restaurants, bars and cafes, as well as ample shopping opportunities, all set amongst an array of impressive, historic buildings, not least Canterbury Cathedral. There are also excellent transport links to London and the coast, as well as easy access to the motorway.
Canterbury's population (approx 43,000), is wide-ranging and the city caters for its vibrant student community, as well as those looking to enjoy its picturesque walks, rich heritage and entertainment venues.
Has any work been undertaken to the property by the current owner(s)?
Yes. Completion and compliance certificates are available upon request.
Is the owner aware of any significant structural works required to the property?
Is the owner aware of any issues with neighbours?
Is the owner aware of any issues with right of access?