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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Stone Street, Petham, Canterbury, Kent

Guide Price £895,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

An attractive five-bedroom detached village house with annexe, garaging & grounds of about 2 acres, on the edge of the delightful village of Petham

The property is situated along Stone Street on the edge of the popular village of Petham, designated as An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which offers fabulous country walks, excellent primary school, village hall, Thompson’s garden centre and coffee shop and the Chequer’s Inn public house/restaurant. The village of Stelling Minnis, lies about two miles away, and offers local amenities such as a post office, shops, public houses, primary school, church and village hall.

The historic City of Canterbury offers superb shopping, good choice of wine bars, restaurants, Marlowe Theatre and many other cultural interests, along with a good choice of schools in both the public and private sectors, grammar schools, colleges and universities. Recreational facilities include sports centres, swimming pools, Championship cricket and a good selection of golf courses. Fishing and water sports can be found along the coast.

The property is well placed on the B2068 to take advantage of the A2 and linking into the motorway networks. Canterbury offers two railway stations with Canterbury West operating the high speed service into London St. Pancras along with Folkestone West & Central.

• Central Petham 1 mile
• Canterbury 5.5 miles
• Stelling Minnis 2.5 miles
• Folkestone 14.5 miles
• Dover 17.5 miles (Distances are approx)

Woodview is a fabulous, detached five bedroom family home of painted render with attractive quoining built, we believe, in 1994, with an annexe added by the current owners in 2007.

The property offers spacious and flexible accommodation comprising of entrance porch opening into the reception hall with coved ceiling, stairs rising to the first floor, complemented by black and white slate tiling. There is a generous triple aspect sitting room featuring a central fireplace with wooden surround, wooden flooring and attractive panelled windows.

There is also a spacious dining room and separate sitting room. The good sized well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room has a range of matching base and wall mounted cabinets, integrated ovens/microwave, dishwasher, gas hob (LPG), fitted dresser (glass fronted for display), complemented by slate flooring. In addition, there is a utility, boot room and separate WC.

To the first floor, the landing leads to the master bedroom with en suite bathroom. There are four further good size bedrooms and a family bathroom, altogether adding comfort and style to this lovely family home.

Adjoining the property is the annexe, which offers flexible accommodation, comprising of sitting room, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom and wet room.

Reception hall
Drawing room
Dining room
Sitting room
Kitchen/breakfast room
Utility room
Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
4 Further bedrooms
Family bathroom
Separate shower room
Sitting room
Wet Room

Double garage with potential to create a workshop/studio
Gardens an acre plus paddock of an acre
Stable & tack room
Village location

Double garage with potential to create a workshop/studio
Grounds approximately 2 acres
Village location

The property is approached off Stone Street via a five-bar gate onto a shingle driveway, which provides ample parking and gives access to the front of the property, detached garage and annexe, with a further five bar gate giving access to the adjoining paddock.

The property is set back from the road and enclosed by mature trees, hedges and lawns. To the side of the property is a fenced area that provides the kitchen garden, vegetable beds and a timber framed greenhouse. External steps lead to above the garage area.

The superb rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn and sweep around the property. There are large paved sun terraces, a wealth of mature trees, shrubs and an attractive garden pond with waterfall stocked with water plants. There are two timber framed summerhouses and well stocked herbaceous borders and under planting. In addition, there is a five bar gate giving access to the adjoining paddock, with a stable and tack room, which in all equates to about 2 acres.

Services Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil-fired central heating. LPG for cooking.

Local Authority Canterbury City Council.
Tax Band ‘G’

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

Head out of Canterbury via the Old Dover Road and take a right onto Nackington Road/Stone Street, the B2068. Continue straight for about four miles, passing Thompson’s Garden Centre on your right. The property will be found a further 250 yards on the right-hand side, just passed the Chequers public house and restaurant.

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Added on Rightmove:
18 September 2017

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