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Bridge Road, Nackington, Canterbury, CT4

Guide price £665,000

Under offer

3 Beds 1 Bath 2 Receptions

REF: CAN210150

A TRADITIONAL 1950'S THREE BEDROOM DETACHED HOME WITH ESTABLISHED GARDEN, WONDERFUL COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS FRONT & BACK & DOUBLE GARAGE ON A GENEROUS SIZE PLOT. SITUATED ON THE EDGE OF THE POPULAR VILLAGE OF LOWER HARDRES WITH EASY ACCESS TO THE CITY

THE PROPERTY

Little Melford is a traditional solid built home of 1950's construction, with attractive red brick under a part ''cat slide' tiled roof. This three bedroom detached home is situated in a semi-rural location on the south side of Canterbury, benefitting from beautiful countryside views front and back yet being only a short journey to city centre. The property would now benefit from updating and offers good scope, subject to the necessary Planning Permissions, to be extended on its approximate third of an acre plot. The accommodation on the ground floor comprises: entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room with access into the good size conservatory and doors out to the rear garden, study, kitchen and utility. From the hallway stairs lead to the first floor with three bedrooms and a family bathroom. OUTSIDE The property is accessed via an "in and out" driveway leading to the main entrance and double garage. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with attractive shrubs and bushes and gate to the side for back access. The rear gardens have a wealth of mature trees, shrubs, herbaceous and well stocked flower borders and are enclosed by a tree, hedge and fence boundary. Additionally, there is a small pond, paved sun terrace with Pergola from which to enjoy the charming surroundings and views beyond, along with a useful greenhouse. FEATURES - Entrance Hall - Sitting Room, gas fireplace, lovely views to rear garden. - Dining Room, doors leading into: - Conservatory, good size, door out to rear garden. - Kitchen, range of base and wall mounted cabinets, Neff cooker, hob, extractor hood, door leading to utility. - Utility, space for washing machine and dryer, built-in cupboards, cupboard housing Worcester boiler, door out to rear garden. - Cloakroom - Study First Floor - Master Bedroom, with wash basin unit, beautiful views across the garden and rural aspect beyond. - Bedroom 2, dual aspect, lovely countryside views. - Bedroom 3, built-in wardrobe. - Bathroom, with useful cupboard into eaves and two further built-in cupboards. - Double Garage - Greenhouse. - Gardens, well stocked with established shrubs and trees. SITUATION The property is situated on the south side of Canterbury on the edge of the popular location of Lower Hardres, about two miles from the City centre. Amenities close by include the well regarded Granville Public House/Restaurant, Hospitals, Simon Langton Grammar Schools and Kent County Cricket. Canterbury City offers many cultural interests with the Marlowe Theatre, Cathedral, Museum, excellent shopping centre and wide range of sport facilities including golf courses, Polo Farm Sports Centre and swimming pools. Fishing and water sports can be found along the coast. Transport links are 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 an hour and 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 gas, water, electricity and drainage. - Local Authority: Canterbury City Council, Canterbury - Council Tax band: "F" (2021/22) - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. DIRECTIONS From Canterbury head out onto The Old Dover Road towards Canterbury Cricket Ground. Take a right onto Nackington Road, head straight turning into Bridge Road on your left and the property will be found a little further up on the right hand side.