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15 The Foreland is a detached bungalow believed to be built in the 1950s with a later First Floor extension, construction is of red brick under tiled roof, double glazed windows, attractive block paved drive with good sized rear gardens. FEATURES - Entrance Porch, double glazed sliding doors, leaded light panel door leading into - Hallway, stairs rising to 1st Floor, parquet flooring. - Sitting Room central rag stone style feature fireplace, double glazed box bay window to the front, obscure panelled windows to the side, coved ceiling, attractive parquet flooring. - Dining Room, exposed brick feature fireplace with electric fire, parquet flooring, double glazed window and door into conservatory. - Conservatory, double glazed construction on brick plinths with pitched glazed roof, attractive tiled flooring, patio door opening onto sun terrace. - Kitchen/Breakfast Room, attractive and stylish high gloss units incorporating double oven, gas hob, 1.5 bowls stainless steel sink, breakfast bar area, integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher, double glazed windows, attractive flooring. - Rear Porch and Utility Room, housing the boiler. - Master Bedroom, fitted wardrobes including bedside display units with drawers below, parquet flooring, double glazed windows to the rear garden. - Study/Bedroom 4, double glazed windows to the front, built in cupboard. - Family Bathroom, modern white suite with panelled bath, wall mounted hand basin, low level WC, separate shower cubicle, with chrome fittings, chrome towel radiator, attractive floor and wall tiles. - First Floor, 2 further bedrooms and shower room. - INTEGRAL garage, up and over door and personal door to the garden. OUTSIDE Front of the property has block paved drive provides ample parking, lawn, shrubs and flower boarders and gate giving access to the rear garden. REAR GARDEN, Sun terrace mainly laid to lawn, mature trees and shrubs and raised vegetable beds. SITUATION 15 The Foreland is situated in the much sought after ''Cul de Sac' position on the south side of Canterbury, just a mile from the city centre, amenities close by include hospitals, Simon Langton Grammar Schools, Kent County Cricket, Marlowe Theatre, Cathedral, Museum, excellent shopping centre and a wide range of sport facilities to include, good selection of golf courses, Polo Farm Sports Centre, swimming pool, fishing and water sports can be found along the coast. Transport links are also good with the A2 linking into M20 and M2 motorway networks. The High Speed train runs from Canterbury West to London St Pancras in less than 58 minutes, Canterbury East operates other railway services. The port of Dover and channel tunnel terminal at Cheriton both operate services to the continent. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: Mains water, gas and electricity - Local Authority: Canterbury City Council - Council Tax band (2018/19): E - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment through Jackson - Stops. Tel: 01227 781600 DIRECTIONS From Canterbury head out onto The Old Dover Road towards Canterbury Cricket Ground, take a right onto Nackington Road, take 1st left onto The Foreland, number 15 will be found a little way up on the left hand side.