This superb 2 bedroom semi detached Edwardian style home is brought to the market in superb condition throughout. The owners have spent so much time carefully updating the property and retaining many of its original features whilst adding the modern conveniences we all expect. One of the key features of this property is the superb kitchen which has more than enough storage space, amazing range cooker and an original larder cupboard as well.
The front door retains original style leaded light windows allowing a mixture of colours to flood in to the hallway. The lounge diner is open plan and boasts exposed wood flooring, box bay sash windows to the front, glazed door to the rear garden and a chimney breast with a recessed gas fire stove allowing a wonderful warm feeling when relaxing in front of the TV for the evening and you don't have to clean it out, bonus!
At the rear of the ground floor is the "Chefs" kitchen which has an excellent range of modern wall and base units with extensive worktop space along with space for the washing machine, range cooker and fridge/freezer. There is a stainless-steel sink unit with filtered water tap over. We really like the recessed fireplace which now has more storage and worktop space along with the original "Grandmas Pantry" allowing so many things to be stored out of sight. There is a rear door which opens out on to the garden.
On the first floor landing are doors to all rooms with the main bedroom positioned at the front. This room has twin sash windows to the front allowing plenty of light in and to the far wall are fully fitted sliding wardrobe doors to the ample hanging and storage space. Bedroom 2 is most definitely a double and is currently used as a spare room and home office. The shower room is over the kitchen to the rear and has a built in vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and WC. There is a walk in double shower cubicle along with a cupboard housing the wall mounted combination boiler.
The rear garden has been beautifully presented with some great seating areas on the Indian sandstone patio slabs and there is a practical lawn area with shrub borders along with 2 good size storage sheds. Side access is gained via the gate from the front.
Albert Road is ideally positioned for access for most local amenities and would make a superb family home or there is the potential for some changes to provide student accommodation. Whatever you are looking for, we are confident that the character and charm this property exudes will certainly grab your attention.
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Albert Road, CANTERBURY, CT1
Valid until 07.05.2027
|Ivy Lane||0.03 miles|
|Ivy Lane||0.05 miles|
|Barton Court School||0.14 miles|
|Shepherdswell Station (East Kent Railway)||8.59 miles|
|Canterbury East Rail Station||0.56 miles|
|Canterbury West Rail Station||0.79 miles|
|Sturry Rail Station||2.25 miles|
|M2 J7||7.27 miles|
|M20 J11A||12.67 miles|
|M20 J11||12.62 miles|
|M20 J12||12.9 miles|
|M20 J13||12.84 miles|
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