Associate Director, Residential AgencyCanterbury Estate Agents
Linden Hurst is a stunning newly built property providing a stylish and contemporary living space. The house is clad in oak with render beneath and is fitted with aluminium windows. Considerable thought has been given to creating an easy and efficient lifestyle with benefits such as solar panels and an air source heat pump. Internally, oak doors and quality fittings and materials have been used throughtout to deliver a well appointed home.
The front door opens to a generous reception hall off which is a useful cloakroom. Two sets of double doors connect to the fantastic living area, which provides a kitchen to one end and sitting room to the other, with plenty of space inbetween for dining. The Neptune kitchen is arranged around a large central island, with cabinetry in blue and grey and topped with quartz surfaces; there is masses of storage and it is fitted with an array of integrated appliances.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a large pantry and beyond this a utility/boot room with a door to a covered rear porch. The space is flooded with light from glazed doors and widows across the back of the house. A fireplace with a wood-burning stove is a focal point to the double apect sitting area. The ground floor is finished with limestone flooring throughout.
Stairs rise to a generous and bright first floor landing with floor to ceiling windows. The principal bedroom suite occupies the depth of the house and has a dressing room and a sleek en suite shower room. Two bedrooms sit to the back of the house overlooking the garden and between them is a good sized family bathroom with a bath and separate shower. Also set off the landing is a study with good eaves storage.
This property has 0.5 acres of land.
Linden Hurst is approached via a gate opening to a long gravel driveway leading to the house. and carport, where there is an electric car charging port.
An attractive oak-framed building provides a carport, with electric car charing point, as well as an office and store room with a WC and a kitchenette. The space could be used as an annexe, subject to any necessary consents.
The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with mature hedge and tree borders. A large terrace stretches across the back of the house and links the outbuilding to the house.
Blean village, just north of Kents historic cathedral city of Canterbury, offers several local amenities, including a village shop, a doctors surgery and an outstanding-rated primary school. The nearby popular seaside town of Whitstable provides excellent recreational facilities and a good range of independent shops as well as a Sainsbury's and Tesco.
Canterbury offers a wide choice of cultural and leisure facilities, as well as an array of independent shops and high-quality restaurants. The city also has well-regarded educational facilities in both state and private sectors.
The property is well placed for road and rail communications, with the A2 and A299 both connecting to the M2. Canterbury has two stations with direct rail links to London, with the High Speed service to London St Pancras from Canterbury West taking less than an hour. The area has good access to the Continent..
From Canterbury: Leave on the Whitstable Road, passing the University of Kent, St Edmunds School and Kent College. Continue over the mini roundabout (signposted A290 Whistable and Blean). Pass Blean Primary school, continue down the hill and up the other side. Shortly after the Blean village sign, turn right into Vicarage Lane, where the the property will be found on the right.Read all