Guide price £1,250,000
6 St Dunstan's Terrace is a lovely Grade II listed, classic Regency townhouse dating around 1830 with pretty Regency style shutters, iron railings to the balcony and frontage. The property has been extensively and sympathetically restored to an extremely high standard, marrying the Georgian era with the 21st century. There are many original features, including marble and cast iron fireplaces and radiators, a unique antique Victorian oven and wood burners on each floor, deep skirting boards, picture rails, stripped flooring, detailed coving and sash windows. The current owners have paid particular attention in restoring this home with new plumbing, electrics, gas boiler, as well as adding a superb modern extension to the rear. The property provides flexible accommodation comprising of entrance hall, elegant drawing room, opening through to a family room, utility and WC. To the lower ground floor is a lovely sitting room, dining room incorporating antique ovens and fabulous bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, complemented by corian work surfaces, beautiful tile flooring and full height bi-fold doors opening onto the courtyard also with beautiful tile flooring. To the first floor is the stunning master bedroom, luxury bathroom, a further guest bedroom with beautifully fitted and tiled en suite shower room. To the second floor is the third bedroom with en suite WC. The property also benefits from a studio, which has glazed sliding doors, a butler sink, and doors that open through to the double garage, which has a pitched roof and loft hatch providing extra storage. OUTSIDE The courtyard flows from the kitchen area with tiling, painted and exposed brick walls, flower beds with honeysuckle, and steps that lead up to the studio, a sunshade sail and outside lighting, all together adding style and elegance to this truly beautiful period home. FEATURES - Entrance Hall - Drawing Room - Sitting Room - Family Room - Dining Room - Kitchen/Breakfast Room - Utility - Master Bedroom - Luxury Family Bathroom - Guest Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room - Bedroom 3 with En Suite WC - Studio - Double Garage - Courtyard Garden - 10 Year Warranty for Basement (2016) SITUATION The property is situated in the delightful, highly regarded Conservation Area of St Dunstan's, which lies just half a mile west of Canterbury city centre. The bustling and vibrant city offers an excellent shopping centre, a good choice of bars, restaurants and bistros, and the Marlowe Theatre, along with many cultural interests. There is a good choice of schools in both the state and private sectors, together with grammar schools, colleges and universities. Canterbury has two railway stations, with Canterbury West operating the high speed Javelin train to London St Pancras in just under an hour. Leisure facilities are also good, with a selection of golf courses, swimming pools, sports centre, Championship Cricket and water sports along the coast. The property is conveniently located for access to the A2 trunk road and M20 giving access to the Port of Dover, Channel Tunnel terminal at Cheriton, both of which operate services to the continent, and Ashford International passenger station. PROPERTY INFORMATION - Services: All services are connected. - Local Authority: Canterbury City Council - Council Tax band: "F" (2021/22) - Fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation. DIRECTIONS From Rheims Way, proceed to the roundabout and follow signs for London/A2. At the roundabout take the fifth exit onto London Road, then take a right into St Dunstan's Terrace. No 6 will be found at the far end on the left-hand side.
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