4 Kings Mews is a beautifully presented two bedroom suite, two storey mews house, with elevations that are of colourwashed stucco rendering with string course, beneath a slate roof. It was built in 1987, being an award winning design by City architect, Andrew Clague. It is end terrace and benefits from a beautiful wall enclosed landscaped garden, which is south facing and benefits from a single garage and shared visitor parking.
The current owners have owned the property for the past couple of years and have extensively refurbished the internal specification, with improvements including two new bathrooms and a replacement cloakroom, a newly fitted kitchen installed with granite worktops and Bosch fitted appliances including fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, oven and induction hob. The sitting room also has a new gas fire with marble surround, whilst the house overall has new sash windows throughout and a recently installed gas fired combination boiler. In addition, the property has been extensively rewired with many ceiling downlighters, replastered walls and ceilings, Amtico flooring throughout, being freshly painted with Farrow & Ball heritage colours. Generally, the property is in excellent decorative order and offers extremely comfortable and flexible accommodation.
GROUNDS AND GARDENS
The south facing garden lies to the rear and is completely landscaped with shrubs, trees and a wide assortment of plants, herbs and bushes, together with attractive terraces. Garden store and single garage with automatic up and over door. Wall enclosed terrace to front.
The property is situated within the City walls of Canterbury, being within easy access of the High Street and all its amenities. These include an excellent modern shopping centre, the University of Kent, Canterbury Christchurch College and other colleges, together with an excellent choice of schools in both the public and private sectors. The High Street is reached via the Kings Mile, which is a lovely mall of boutique style shops, cafes, eateries and public houses.
SPORT AND LOCAL AMENITIES
Sporting and recreational opportunities include: golf at Scotland Hills, Canterbury, sailing at Whitstable Yacht Club and Herne Bay, county cricket at Canterbury and day trips to France via Eurotunnel, all within easy access. In addition, the recently refurbished Marlowe Theatre, the spectacular Beaney House of Art & Knowledge and the Gulbenkian (theatre, cinema and café bar) at the University of Kent, all provide a wealth of excellent entertainment in Canterbury.
Canterbury has two mainline railway stations, with Canterbury West offering the high speed service to London (St Pancras 53 mins). The property is also within easy access of the A2 dual carriageway, which in turn links to the Channel Port of Dover and Brenley Corner at Faversham, adjoining the M2 / A299 (Thanet Way) linking London and the coastal towns respectively. Ashford International (15.4 miles, London St Pancras 36 mins) also has services to the continent via Eurostar (Paris 1 hr 52 mins) or via Eurotunnel at Cheriton (19.3 miles, Calais 35 mins).
On foot from the centre of Canterbury and in the High Street proceeding towards the Westgate Towers, turn right into Guildhall Street. Proceed on into Palace Street and follow the road round to the right into Borough, opposite the Kings School Gate. Pass Duck Lane on the left, continuing into Northgate and turn left into St Johns Place. After a short distance the entrance to the mews will be found on the left, with number 4 Kings Mews being found in the right hand corner.
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