100 homes open their doors

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

On Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 6, Strutt & Parker’s Open House Day re­turns. More than 100 houses across Kent will be open­ing their doors be­tween 10.30am and 3pm. Prospec­tive buy­ers sim­ply need to ob­tain a reg­is­tra­tion card from Strutt & Parker and this acts as an en­try ticket for the day. A full list of houses tak­ing part can be seen at www.strut­tand­parker.com/open­day or spe­cific de­tails can be ob­tained from ei­ther their Can­ter­bury or Sevenoaks of­fices. The houses tak­ing part range in price from about £200,000 to more than £2m and in­clude town houses, coun­try houses, farm houses, cot­tages and flats. Ed­ward Church, of Strutt & Parker said: “This is an ideal way to find your dream home and an ex­cel­lent way to start your prop­erty search. “Don’t be afraid of build­ing a long list of houses to look at. If one or two of them don’t live up to your ex­pec­ta­tions then you can sim­ply drive past and on to the next one. There is none of the pres­sure of a for­mal ap­point­ment.” Houses new to the mar­ket in­clude Mun­day Manor at Mer­sham, at £895,000, a fine and his­toric house with sep­a­rate cottage and gen­er­ous grounds, read­ily ac­ces­si­ble to Ash­ford In­ter­na­tional Sta­tion. The Old Vicarage at Sell­ing, at £1.25m, is a won­der­ful and much loved fam­ily house, which like Mun­day Manor has been home to the same fam­ily for nearly 40 years. With five to six bed­rooms and a small cottage, it has large re­cep­tion rooms. Stour Cottage in Can­ter­bury, £445,000 over­looks the West­gate Tow­ers and the river and is Grade II listed with a small gar­den and garage. A con­verted school on the North Downs in Throw­ley, at

Black­fri­ars Street, Can­ter­bury – £395,000

Palace Street, Can­ter­bury – £550,000

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