Guide price £450,000 - £475,000. Dating back to the 1850's this extended spacious period property is located just 0.2 miles from the city centre and just 0.7 miles from both Canterbury West and East train stations. The property has a handy entrance porch that leads to a spacious hallway which has a feature mosaic patterned tiled floor and exposed floor boards which continue into the lounge. The bedroom is located on the ground floor and has a large sash window and a feature fireplace. The lounge also retains a feature fireplace and leads through to the spacious dining room which has a bay window and tiled flooring that continues into the kitchen. The galley style kitchen has plenty of floor and wall units, a tiled splash back and space for a freestanding cooker and white goods. The utility/ sun room leads off of the kitchen and overlooks the rear garden and there is also a downstairs shower room. A door under the stairs leads to a cellar that provides extra storage space. The grand staircase leads to a spacious landing which has a W.C. There are two double bedrooms and a single bedroom upstairs all of them having built in storage. Also on this floor there is a bathroom with wall and floor tiles and a bath with a shower over. The rear garden is mainly laid to grass and there is off road parking and a detached garage. The property is currently let until June 2019 achieving £12,540 per annum. Tenure The property is freehold and is offered for sale with vacant possession from August 2018 Council Tax To check the Council Tax for this property, please refer to Local Authority Canterbury City Council . Kent County Council Services Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity Location Broad Street is located right next the city walls which surround Canterbury's characterful city centre. Canterbury has an array of shops and boutiques, along with fine dining and restaurants serving dishes from across the globe. Canterbury is a city steeped in tradition; the stunning Cathedral dominating the skyline and the vast heritage and culture hidden in the original architecture. The well regarded St Thomas' Primary school is just 0.1 miles walk from the property and has been rated as outstanding in its latest Ofsted report. The property is conveniently located for secondary schools; within 1.6 miles you can find Simon Langton Girls & Boys schools, Barton Court Grammar school and St Anselm's Catholic school. Both Canterbury East and Canterbury West train stations are 0.7 miles walk from Broad Street; both stations have links into London and beyond. The high-speed service running from Canterbury West station takes you to London St Pancras in under an hour.
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