Set close to the city centre this is a super second floor apartment, a simple walk to the station, to all that wonderfully historic Canterbury offers and it has around 133 years on the lease!
Water flowing over a sluice gate, the sound of a cascade through an old mill race, sunlight glinting off a river and water gently flowing under a bridge as ducks and moorhens calls provide a soundtrack to the moment, to a stroll into the nearby city centre.
Canterbury is a wonderful city, one that often feels more like a grown-up village or small town than its title suggests.
Streets winding within the boundary of the old city walls, cathedral bells ringing out across the rooftops, charming buildings from various centuries and amidst it all the river Stour flows on its journey to join the sea at Pegwell Bay.
Canterbury is full of life; history and education dominate in a wonderful mix that, as in all university cities and towns, creates a hustle and bustle that is joyful.
Cafes, restaurants, boutique shops, High Street names, cinema, the famed Marlowe Theatre and around each turn something new to discover, it is a higgledy-piggledy concoction of fun and wonder. Colourful gardens, restful places and blue plaques; Canterbury keeps unfolding its treasures over a long period of time.
This second-floor apartment puts you in a super position to enjoy all the city offers, to look at the Cathedral towers standing tall above the rooftops. Canterbury West Station is within walking distance, the city centre is at your beck and call and inside the apartment delightfully proportioned accommodation provides a wonderfully cost-effective way to own a home here in Canterbury.
There is a small external storage cupboard and use of communal gardens, drying area and space for bicycles to be kept outdoors. With approx 133 years to run on the lease there's so much to draw you here!Get in touch if you like this home.