2 Bedroom Terraced House for sale in Valley Road, Barham, Nr Canterbury, CT4

2 Bedroom Terraced House - £300,000

Valley Road, Barham, Nr Canterbury, CT4

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First listed on: 23rd January 2020

Nearest stations: Aylesham (2.8 mi)Snowdown (3 mi)Adisham (3.1 mi)Shepherds Well (3.4 mi)Bekesbourne (4.1 mi)

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Property Features

  • Stunning 2 double bedroom, grade II listed cottage in the pretty village of Barham located halfway b
  • Beautiful reclaimed victorian radiators, traditional ceiling beams matched with oak engineered floor
  • Large brick built workshop at the back of the property which has been sectioned off to create a util
  • Located in the Elham valley part of the wider Kent Downs which is in an area of outstanding natural
  • 0.1 miles from Barham Primary School and 5.3 miles from the Simon Langton Grammar Schools

Property Description

Guide price £300,000 - £325,000. This stunning two bedroom, grade II listed cottage is in the pretty village of Barham which is located halfway between the vibrant city of Canterbury and the coastal town of Folkstone. This property has been extremely well cared for and updated by the current owners, leaving nothing to do but move your furniture in. The décor is fresh and contemporary throughout the downstairs, there are beautiful reclaimed Victorian radiators, traditional ceiling beams matched with oak engineered flooring that flows from the living room through to the kitchen. Although the kitchen is a sperate room, the cleverly designed adjoining wall has a large semi-circle cut out and opens the two rooms up nicely. There are plenty of modern wall and base units matched with solid oak worktops and space for appliances including a washing machine, large range style cooker and fridge freezer plus there is access through a handy porch to the rear garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms plus a contemporary shower room with WC and basin housed within a good sized vanity storage unit. Outside is a large brick built workshop at the back of the property which has been sectioned off to create a utility area where there is space for a tumble dryer and tall fridge freezer. The garden itself is very private with high walls, mainly laid to lawn and is bordered with lots of plants and shrubs. The property has a good sized frontage so is set back nicely from the road and although there is no allocated parking with this property, there is plenty available on street.
Council Tax
To check the Council Tax for this property, please refer to www.gov.uk/council-tax-bands.
Local Authority
Canterbury city council 01227 862 000. Kent County Council 03000 41 41 41
Services
Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity
Method of sale
The property is freehold and offered for sale with vacant possession
Location
The village of Barham is located 7 miles south-east of the city of Canterbury and its origins can be traced back to 799. The village is located in the Elham valley part of the wider Kent Downs which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The property is under 0.1 miles from Barham Primary School and 5.3 miles from the Simon Langton Grammar Schools. The well regarded The Duke of Cumberland pub is just a 0.2 mile walk away and is a typical village pub serving good quality home cooked food and local ales. The village has a regular bus service running to Canterbury and good road links via the A2. The nearest train station is located in the village of Snowdown just 4 miles drive away which has links into Canterbury and London Victoria.
Guide price £300,000 - £325,000. This stunning two bedroom, grade II listed cottage is in the pretty village of Barham which is located halfway between the vibrant city of Canterbury and the coastal town of Folkstone. This property has been extremely well cared for and updated by the current owners, leaving nothing to do but move your furniture in. The décor is fresh and contemporary throughout the downstairs, there are beautiful reclaimed Victorian radiators, traditional ceiling beams matched with oak engineered flooring that flows from the living room through to the kitchen. Although the kitchen is a sperate room, the cleverly designed adjoining wall has a large semi-circle cut out and opens the two rooms up nicely. There are plenty of modern wall and base units matched with solid oak worktops and space for appliances including a washing machine, large range style cooker and fridge freezer plus there is access through a handy porch to the rear garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms plus a contemporary shower room with WC and basin housed within a good sized vanity storage unit. Outside is a large brick built workshop at the back of the property which has been sectioned off to create a utility area where there is space for a tumble dryer and tall fridge freezer. The garden itself is very private with high walls, mainly laid to lawn and is bordered with lots of plants and shrubs. The property has a good sized frontage so is set back nicely from the road and although there is no allocated parking with this property, there is plenty available on street.
Council Tax
To check the Council Tax for this property, please refer to www.gov.uk/council-tax-bands.
Local Authority
Canterbury city council 01227 862 000. Kent County Council 03000 41 41 41
Services
Gas central heating, mains water, drainage and electricity
Method of sale
The property is freehold and offered for sale with vacant possession
Location
The village of Barham is located 7 miles south-east of the city of Canterbury and its origins can be traced back to 799. The village is located in the Elham valley part of the wider Kent Downs which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The property is under 0.1 miles from Barham Primary School and 5.3 miles from the Simon Langton Grammar Schools. The well regarded The Duke of Cumberland pub is just a 0.2 mile walk away and is a typical village pub serving good quality home cooked food and local ales. The village has a regular bus service running to Canterbury and good road links via the A2. The nearest train station is located in the village of Snowdown just 4 miles drive away which has links into Canterbury and London Victoria.
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24/01/2020 Property listed at £300,000

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76 Castle Street

Canterbury

Kent

CT1 2QD

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