Per­fect for the lazy gar­dener

Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - East Kent Property - - News -

Best Lane Can­ter­bury Price: £499,950 Agent: Ch­ester­ton Hum­berts

If you love beau­ti­ful gar­dens but hate dig­ging, then this 16th cen­tury town­house in the cen­tre of the walled city of Can­ter­bury re­ally should have your name on the deeds. A short stroll from Best Lane takes you to some of the city’s parks in­clud­ing the pretty Three Cities Gar­den or to the riverside Solly’s Or­chard, right in the shadow of the Cathe­dral, where all the ap­ple va­ri­eties have a reli­gious theme. And with ab­so­lutely no gar­den of your own to worry about, all those bat­tles with slugs, weeds and next door’s cat will be a thing of the past. The Grade II listed house is within easy walk­ing dis­tance of the Cathe­dral and the new Mar­lowe The­atre. The front door opens di­rectly into a re­cep­tion room with tiled floor and large in­glenook fire­place with a bres­sumer beam. The sit­ting room has a brick fire­place with in­set gas fire and the kitchen/din­ing room has a dou­ble height ceil­ing with part glass roof and full length glass pan­els to one side, cup­boards and gran­ite work­tops. There is a down­stairs cloak­room and a door lead­ing to a right of ac­cess at the back. On the first floor are three bed­rooms, the largest of which has win­dows to both the side and back of the prop­erty, giv­ing glimpses of the Cathe­dral. This room has a spec­tac­u­lar vaulted ceil­ing, wooden floor­boards and en suite with fully tiled floor and walls. There is a fam­ily bath­room. Bed­room four is on the top floor and is a good sized dou­ble room with views of the Cathe­dral. A home study is also on the top floor. For more in­for­ma­tion ring the agent on 01227 452780.

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