34 Conyngham Lane is an exceptionally well presented 4 bedroom detached house, set on the outskirts of the highly sought after and well served village of Bridge. The property has been the subject of extensive modernisation and has been extended to provide spacious and well thought out living accommodation with some thoughtful touches. Bridge is within exceptionally easy access of the Cathedral City of Canterbury and all its amenities, including High Speed Rail services to London.
Inside, the property has been fully modernised and renovated throughout with a significant amount of hand crafted and bespoke storage areas. The kitchen has also been extended to provide a light and open dining area, with solid wood hand painted bespoke units and granite worktops. This area has two sets of double doors providing direct access to the terrace and garden and during the summer months this would make a fine entertaining area. On the first floor there is a well fitted principal bedroom with ensuite bath/shower room and air conditioning unit, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate shower.
All of the accommodation is exceptionally well maintained and offers an opportunity to acquire a village home that is ready for immediate occupation.
GROUNDS AND GARDENS
The property is situated off the busy High Street in a sought after lane. To the front, there is a good size brick paved parking and turning area providing access to the tandem garaging to the side. To the rear, the garden is mainly laid to lawn and planted with mature evergreens and hedging which in turn adjoins farmland to the rear. The brick built terrace which adjoins the house is a lovely feature and provides a raised area to enjoy the views.
The property is situated close to the centre of the sought after and particularly well served village of Bridge, which offers a comprehensive range of amenities including a convenience store, post office/chemist, doctors surgery, primary school and three public houses, two of which have restaurants.
Wider facilities are catered for by Canterbury, just over 3 miles to the north with a modern shopping centre, a range of boutique shops along the Kings Mile, a choice of schools in both the public and private sectors including Kings, St Edmunds, Kent College and Simon Langton boys and girls grammar schools together with the University of Kent, Christ Church University and colleges of further education. The City is also well known for its cultural interests, including the Marlowe Theatre, Gulbenkian Arts Centre and Beaney House of Art & Knowledge.
The property is exceptionally well placed for easy access to the High Street in Bridge, which offers a regular bus service to both Canterbury and the Elham Valley. The A2 is also within easy access, providing straight forward road journeys to Canterbury, Dover and Brenley Corner at Faversham, which in turn links the Thanet and Medway Towns and London. The village of Bekesbourne has a mainline station (1.9 miles), whilst Canterbury offers two mainline railway stations including Canterbury West, providing the High Speed Rail to London (St Pancras 53 mins). Ashford International offers both the HSR to London (St Pancras 38 mins) and the continent via Eurostar. Both the port of Dover and Channel Tunnel terminal at Cheriton lie to the south, both of which offer access to the continent.
From Canterbury, take the A2 towards Dover and take the first exit, signposted Bridge. Turn right at the T-junction over the A2 and after a short distance fork left on to Town Hill and at the crossroads turn left on to the High Street. Drop down the hill and just before reaching the crossing, turn left on to Conyngham Lane. Number 34 will be found towards the end of the lane on the right hand side and being identified by our For Sale board.
Note: The location plans are for identification purposes only and should not be relied upon for accuracy. Photographs are not true depictions of fixtures and fittings. Wide angle lenses may be used. CAN170094|190717|v1