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Price £295,000 New Instruction
  • No Forward Chain
  • Allocated Parking
  • South Facing Decking & Garden
  • Beautiful Views
  • Walking Distance to Sturry Train Station
  • Well-presented
  • Lovely Riverside Walks
  • Close to Amenities

Built in 2013, this charming end terrace cottage is part of a quiet, mews style development in desirable Fordwich. Beautifully presented throughout, the property is ready to move into and would be the ideal first home, downsize or even holiday let. The ground floor is split-level, with a modern, well-equipped kitchen to the front and a spacious lounge/diner to the rear. The kitchen has contemporary matching wall and base units offering ample storage and has built-in appliances including a dishwasher and fridge/freezer. There is a large storage cupboard in the entrance hall which currently houses the washing machine. The lounge/diner to the rear is a beautiful, bright space with plenty of natural light and double doors opening out to a glorious south-facing and private decked area. There is a wooden seating area, a perfect space to enjoy those warm summer evenings with drinks and nibbles whilst enjoying the beautiful outlook. From the decking, there are stairs down to a small lawned area and there is plenty of space to the side of the house for a shed and a gate leads round to the front.

Stairs rise from the split-level ground floor to a half landing with a door leading to a good-sized second bedroom. Stairs rise further to another landing with doors leading to the main bedroom and bathroom. The main bedroom has a pleasant outlook onto the fields behind. The bathroom comprises a modern suite consisting of a bath with a shower over, a WC and wash basin and there is a heated chrome towel rail.

To the front, there is allocated parking for one car and further visitor parking available.

Please note that there is a £600 per year service charge payable at this property.


Fordwich is a beautiful ancient port on the River Stour, two miles downstream from Canterbury. It's famously known as Britain's smallest town but there certainly isn't a shortage of things to do here. It offers glorious walks along the river as well as other water-based activities for you to get involved in. ‘Canoe Wild' offers paddle board, canoe and kayak hire, the perfect group activity for friends and family and there are two fantastic pubs both with pleasant outdoor seating areas. The Fordwich Arms is one of these, a picturesque gastro pub which was first awarded a Michelin star in 2018.

The property is ideally located for those who need quick access into Canterbury and Sturry's mainline train station is a short walk away. Here, commuters will be able to catch trains into both London and Margate and there are bus stops close by also. The prestigious Junior Kings School is also a short walk away as well as local amenities including a GP surgery and a large convenience store.

Entrance Hallway - 6'4" (1.93m) x 12'2" (3.71m)

Kitchen - 8'3" (2.51m) x 9'9" (2.97m)

Lounge/Diner - 14'8" (4.47m) x 13'7" (4.14m)

Bedroom - 9'0" (2.74m) x 13'4" (4.06m)

Bathroom - 5'4" (1.63m) x 9'2" (2.79m)

Bedroom - 8'0" (2.44m) x 10'0" (3.05m)

Council Tax
Canterbury City Council, Band C

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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