£599,000 - 3 bedrooms, House - Townhouse, Canterbury - For Sale

Miles and Barr Exclusive
14 Lower Chantry

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01227 200600

An elegant Grade II listed period town house situated in a prime location close to the city centre. The accommodation is arranged over four floors with some Cathedral views and there is a good-sized garden to the rear.

The property offers flexible accommodation with period features. On the top floor, there are two bedrooms, one with views over the city and Cathedral. The first floor has a large double bedroom and bathroom. The ground floor has an entrance vestibule, a drawing room leading to a further reception room and a good-sized kitchen/diner with French doors to the garden which is laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and patio area. The lower ground floor has a dining room with separate street access and a study.

The property is found in a convenient location within easy access to the city where you will find a variety of shopping, dining, leisure and recreational facilities. There are also a number of highly regarded schools to be found in the area in both the public and private sectors including grammar schools.

Ground Floor



4.29m x 3.68m (14'1 x 12'1 )

Reception Room

3.18m x 2.44m (10'5 x 8'0)


4.09m x 3.53m (13'5 x 11'7 )

Lower Ground Floor


4.29m x 3.18m (14'1 x 10'5)

Dining Room

4.29m x 3.58m (14'1 x 11'9 )

First Floor


Bedroom One

4.24m x 3.61m (13'11 x 11'10 )


Second Floor


Bedroom Two

4.24m x 3.81m (13'11 x 12'6)

Bedroom Three

3.53m x 2.51m (11'7 x 8'3)


Rear Garden

Good sized and laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and patio area

The Vendor's View

This was a handsome-looking house, large enough for our needs (with three bedrooms and space for a study) and very close to the city centre. It had a garden that, though not large, was big enough for us and certainly enough for children to play in.

The roomy kitchen is the social centre of the house where we eat, meet and talk. It is very light and airy and probably our favourite room. The house was built in the period 1810-20 on the site of what then remained of the gatehouse of the medieval St Sepulchre Nunnery. This had probably been finally demolished c. 1790-1800. The Cross Keys pub at the end of the street dates from the late mid-18th century or earlier.

The community is excellent. When the children were small there were playgroups nearby, the primary school was within easy walking distance as are the secondary schools in Old Dover Rd (Simon Langton) and St Anselms. The shops in the immediate vicinity include a convenience shop, a chemist, two popular pubs and, just round the corner, our medical surgery. At the end of the road is a Waitrose and Tesco. The walk to Canterbury East station is about 5 minutes, Canterbury West 15-20 minutes. So, although we have a car and rent a garage, we hardly need it for local activities.

We really like the convenience of the location, as well as the sense of place and historic associations and the fact that people are generally friendly. We will miss the convenience for all sorts of services. Our children are now in their late teens and they find it very easy to go out in Canterbury.

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