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A charming and characterful Grade II Listed terraced house within the city walls
The property is located within the heart of the City with the bustling High Street just a short walk away and offers an excellent shopping centre, coffee shops, bars, restaurants, Marlowe Theatre and many other cultural interests. There is a good selection of schools, colleges and universities, two mainline railway stations providing services into London with Canterbury West operating the high speed Javelin train into London St. Pancras in less than an hour. The A2 links into the M20/M2 providing good motorway connections. In and around the area there are a good selection of sporting facilities including a sports centre, swimming pools, golf links and Championship cricket.
Canterbury West Station less than a mile
Ashford 14.6 miles
Whitstable 8 miles
Dover 20 miles
(Distances are approximate)
Exchange House is a charming, Grade II listed terraced house arranged over three floors, dating, we believe, from the 17th Century being greatly restored. The house is constructed of brick and attractive timber framing to ground and first floors, with fish scale tile façade to the second floor, all under a tiled roof.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, characterful sitting/dining room with exposed beams, feature brick fireplace with coal-effect gas fire. An attractive half glazed door leads to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units incorporating integrated dishwasher, electric hob, wine cooler and fridge freezer, all complemented by Corian and woodblock work surfaces. In addition, there is a useful walk-in larder.
The four bedrooms are arranged over the first and second floors. On the first floor there are two good size bedrooms, one currently being used as a study and a family bathroom. On the second floor there are two additional bedrooms and a shower room.
To the rear of the property is an attractive paved courtyard with raised well planted borders, garden seat, storage shed with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, all providing a delightful secluded retreat and enclosed by a fence and walled boundary.
Services All main services. Gas central heating. Water softener.
Local Authority Canterbury City Council.
Tax Band "C"
Fixtures & Fittings Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
Viewing Strictly by appointment through Jackson-Stops & Staff. Tel: 01227 781600
For parking at the property, we are advised by the vendor that they park at the Rosemary Lane multi-storey car park. Permits for Rosemary Lane or alternative car parks are available from Canterbury City Council.
A small proportion at the rear of the property has a Flying Freehold, but the owners have indemnity insurance to cover it.
From the Wincheap roundabout by Aldi take the exit onto Castle Street turn left into Rosemary Lane and continue along to the end of the lane passing a car park on your right, turn right and proceed along Stour Street for about 150 yards and Exchange House will be found on the left hand side.
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