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St Mary's Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1

Guide price £375,000

Under offer

2 Beds 1 Bath 2 Receptions

REF: CAN170077



6 St Mary's Street is a pretty period Grade II Listed cottage with a listing dating around the early 19th Century. The property is two storey, brick, with cement rendered front elevation, stone parapet with moulded stone cornice, stringcourse, sash windows with glazing bars, round headed doorcase with keystones and panelled door under tiled roof. The are many period internal features such as wood panelled wall, stripped pine internal doors and flooring, feature fireplaces and sash windows, all adding charm and character to this lovely period cottage. FEATURES - Entrance Hall, stripped wood flooring, stairs to first floor. - Dining Room, feature fireplace with shelving and storage cupboard into recess, stripped flooring, sash window. - Sitting Room, feature fireplace with storage cupboard into recess, wood panelling to one wall, stripped flooring, sash window under stairs storage cupboard. - Kitchen, base units, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for electric cooker, walled mounted shelving, pitch roof with exposed beam, tiling to walls and floor, door to rear garden. - First Floor & Landing - Master Bedroom, cast iron feature fireplace, sash window, wide gauge stripped floorboards, built-in storage cupboard loft hatch. - Bedroom 2, double bedroom, sash windows, stripped wide gauge floorboards. - Family Bathroom, white bathroom suite with panelled bath and chrome rain head above, low level WC, hand basin set in vanity unit, chrome ladder towel rail. - Garden. OUTSIDE To the rear of the property is a pretty courtyard garden with sun terrace, gravelled path, well stocked flower borders, brick outbuilding, gate for rear access, fence and walled boundary. SITUATION The property is located near to the beautiful Dane John Gardens, which is set in the heart of Canterbury - a lovely situation which takes advantage of all the amenities to include many cultural interests, a bustling high street, offering an excellent shopping, many coffee shops, wine bars, restaurants and the Marlowe Theatre. There are two mainline railway stations, with Canterbury West now operating the high speed Javelin train into London St Pancras. Recreational facilities include sports centres and swimming pools, championship cricket, a good selection of golf courses in and around the area and water sports along the coast. Connections are good with the A2 linking into the M20 and M2 and other motorway networks. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: all main services - Local Authority: Canterbury City Council - Council Tax band: "D" (2021/22) - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation DIRECTIONS From the offices of Jackson-Stops in Canterbury take a right and continue straight ahead. Take the second left onto St. Mary's Street and the property will be found on the right-hand side about 150 yards ahead.