Canterbury Kent CT4 Stone Street, Petham
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Features at a glance
- Impressive kitchen/dining/sitting room
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Off-road parking for 2-3 cars
- Fine countryside views
- Close to Canterbury
A semi-detached converted granary with fine rural views.
Being one half of a converted former granary, 2 The Granary offers an array of versatile, light-filled accommodation, arranged over three floors. Of particular note is the superb sitting/dining room extension with its impressive vaulted ceiling and full height glass wall overlooking the garden and charming backdrop of Duckpit valley. An allocated parking area provides space for two/three cars, and the property is well-positioned to access Canterbury.
The covered porch opens to a bright and roomy reception hall giving access to a store cupboard, useful utility room and a turned stairway. Double doors flow into the sociable open-plan vaulted ground floor living space, flooded with natural light via a glazed pitched window and bi-folding doors to the west-facing terrace and garden. The kitchen, with original beams intact, comprises a wide range of wooden cabinetry fitted with several integrated appliances; and is open to the spacious sitting and dining area with exposed brickwork and attractive wood-burning stove.
On the first floor are two well-proportioned bedrooms. There is also a contemporary family bathroom with a bathtub and separate walk-in shower, together with a cloakroom.
The second floor houses two further good-sized bedrooms with elevated aspects, including the bright dual-aspect principal with vaulted ceiling and far reaching views over the valley. There is an additional family bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower.
The property is located in an enviable semi-rural plot surrounded by and backing onto lush open countryside, approached via a large, gravelled driveway which provides parking for two/three cars.
A five-bar wooden side gate leads to the attractive rear garden, bordered by a variety of handsome mature trees and shrubbery. There is a sizeable expanse of neat level lawn and a paved terrace beside the property is enclosed with low brick walls, providing an excellent sunny spot for al fresco dining.
The property is situated south of the picturesque village of Petham, which benefits from a primary school, church and active community village hall. The surrounding countryside is designated an AONB, providing a scenic environment for walking, riding and cycling. Canterbury offers an array of cultural, sporting and recreational amenities, as well as an excellent range of educational facilities.
The A2 provides direct dual carriageway access to the motorway network, whilst Canterbury West station provides High-Speed services to London St Pancras in under an hour. The area also has good access to the Continent.
From Canterbury: Head south-west onto Old Dover Road then turn right onto Nackington Road in just under a mile. Proceed along the B2068 for just under 4 miles, where the property will be found on the right-hand side.Read more
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