******shared ownership from 25%******** Last remaining 3 bed mid terrace house located only 0.9 miles from the Canterbury's cultural city
Open plan living room with doors to the rear garden & contemporary fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
2 double bedroom & one single bedroom plus contemporary bathroom, separate utility room & downstairs WC
Only 0.9 miles from the cultural city of Canterbury where there is an array of shops, restaurants and leisure activities
Only 0.9 to Canterbury East with links to London bridge and London Victoria & 1.6 miles to Canterbury West where you can take the high-speed service to St Pancras in under an hour
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*** last remaining shared ownership house *** Newly Built three bedroom terrace shared ownership house that give buyers the opportunity to purchase between 25% and 75% of the property value. This newly built spacious three bedroom mid terrace property has an open plan living/dining room with double doors that open to the rear garden. The modern kitchen has plenty of units and worktop space and comes with an integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob with chimney extractor over and space for a freestanding washing machine. There is also a separate utility room and downstairs WC. Upstairs are three bedrooms; two double bedrooms and one single and modern family bathroom. The property comes with one allocated parking space. Minimum shares available from 25% - all applicants must be registered for shared ownership scheme which you can do by going to Council Tax To check the Council Tax for this property, please refer to . Local Authority Canterbury City Council (CCC) Kent County Council (kcc) Services Mains water, drainage, electricity and gas Method of sale The property is leasehold and is offered with vacant possession Location The City of Canterbury, with its world-famous cathedral (a unesco world heritage site) has a pleasantly unexpected cosmopolitan feel to it. The city lies on the River Stour and boasts three universities plus several other higher education institutions and colleges which contributes to the city having the highest student to permanent resident ratio in the UK. However, Canterbury remains a small city in terms of geographical size and population when compared with other British cities. A popular tourist destination, historical Canterbury is consistently one of the most-visited cities in the United Kingdom, with the city’s economy heavily reliant upon tourism. The city is home to many ancient structures including a city wall founded in Roman times and rebuilt in the 14th century, the ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey and a Norman castle, and the oldest extant school in the world, the King’s School. Modern additions include the St Lawrence Ground, home of the Kent County Cricket Club and the Marlowe Theatre, named after the city’s famous son Christopher Marlowe, has been built on the river bank.
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