3 bed House
Redcot Lane, Sturry, Canterbury
Miles and Barr are delighted to offer to the market this one of a kind detached three bedroom extended bungalow in the private road of Redcot Lane. Located in the popular village location of Sturry, the property is just a short walk from the local school, transport links and shops, while also being just a short drive to Canterbury City Centre. Being extended by the current vendor and maintained to a great standard, this property is ready to move into and a perfect family home. The ground floor accommodation comprises two double bedrooms, shower room, kitchen/ diner in the original bungalow, while adding an extra reception room, conservatory, bedroom and shower room. The rear garden is very private and a sun trap, which is split into a lawn area and patioed area. To the front of the property you will find a parking for multiple cars and a lovely water feature. Other benefits include no onward chain and an large garage.
The village of Sturry is located to the east of the cathedral city of Canterbury and has excellent road and rail links directly into the city centre itself. Sturry railway station is one stop from Canterbury West station which offers the High Speed Service to London St Pancras in less than an hour. There are local schools and amenities on hand and there is a real sense of community throughout the village.SURROUNDING AREASThe property is situated within 4 miles of the city of Canterbury, being within easy access of the High Street and all its amenities. These include an excellent modern shopping centre, the University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University and other colleges, together with an excellent choice of schools in both the public and private sectors. In addition to the High Street is the Kings Mile, which is a lovely mall of boutique style shops, cafes, eateries and public houses.SPORT AND LOCAL AMENITIESSporting and recreational opportunities nearby include: golf at Scotland Hills, Canterbury, sailing at Whitstable Yacht Club and Herne Bay, county cricket at Canterbury and day trips to France via Eurotunnel, all within easy access. In addition, the recently refurbished Marlowe Theatre, the spectacular Beaney House of Art & Knowledge and the Gulbenkian (theatre, cinema and café bar) at the University of Kent, all provide a wealth of excellent entertainment in Canterbury. COMMUNICATIONSCanterbury has two mainline railway stations, with Canterbury West offering the high speed service to London (St Pancras 56 mins). The property is also within easy access of the A2 dual carriageway, which in turn links to the Channel Port of Dover and Brenley Corner at Faversham, adjoining the M2 / A299 (Thanet Way) linking London and the coastal towns respectively. Ashford International (15.4 miles, London St Pancras 38 mins) which also has services to the continent via Eurostar (Paris 1 hr 52 mins) or via Eurotunnel at Cheriton (19.3 miles, Calais 35 mins).
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