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Detached 5-bed home at Sturry

08 August 2014
by Digby Kennard

Who said modern homes lack charm?

This large, detached house in a private drive is packed with character.

Old Vicarage Garden, Sturry, near Canterbury

Old Vicarage Garden, Sturry, near Canterbury

In an elevated spot overlooking a large front garden, Old Vicarage Garden represents everything that is best about contemporary living

On the ground floor are two spacious reception rooms plus a study and a conservatory which opens on to the garden.

The attractive kitchen has a utility room alongside it as well as all the appliances you would expect in a modern home.

On the first floor are five bedrooms plus a family bathroom. The largest two rooms both have en suites.

On a substantial plot there’s a double garage at the front of the house and the back garden is mainly lawn with well stocked borders and a selection of small trees.

The kitchen, Old Vicarage Garden, Sturry

The kitchen, Old Vicarage Garden, Sturry

There is a substantial timber summer house with a covered veranda.

There’s gas fired heating throughout the property as well as double glazed windows and doors. In total the floor space adds up to around 2,000 sq ft. Sturry has a range of local amenities as well as a railway station with regular services to London.

The surrounding countryside offers extensive walking and cycling.

Old Vicarage Garden, Sturry Hill, Sturry, near Canterbury

Price: £475,000

Agent: Charles Bainbridge

For more details contact the agent on 01227 780227.

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