Situated on an attractive, quiet street, this delightful period property is in an ideal position to explore both the historic city centre of Canterbury, a short 15 minute walk away, and the idyllic countryside and coastline gracing this beautiful part of Kent.
Sitting room with sofas seating 8, open log fireplace, flat screen TV and DVD player
Kitchen with gas oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, microwave and patio doors to garden
Dining Room with table and chairs for 8
Utility room with washing machine and WC
Bedroom Two: (sleeps 2) in Twin beds with bedside tables, clothes shelving and hanging rail
Bedroom Three: (sleeps 2) in Double bed with bedside table and built in wardrobes
Bedroom Four: (sleeps 2) in Twin beds with bedside table and built in wardrobes
Bathroom - Bath with overhead shower, WC and single washbasin
Master Bedroom: (sleeps 2) in King size, with bedside tables, clothes shelving, hanging rail and ensuite bathroom with shower, WC and single washbasin
Large enclosed lawn garden
Fantastically spacious, St Augustine’s House not only offers plenty of space for friends and families to spend their holidays, but an enviously fabulous kitchen, a cosy sitting room to enjoy a board game or two in front of the open fire come evening, and endless period charm; from the original wooden floorboards downstairs to the graceful Victorian fireplaces that proudly sit not just in the sitting room and dining room but in every bedroom.
Outside you will find a large lawn garden, with wooden dining table and chairs, ideal for enjoying meals alfresco after a day of exploring, or to simply relax with a glass of something cold whilst watching the children make the most of the space.
Canterbury is not only steeped in history, with its beautiful medieval Cathedral, a host of museums and other fascinating historic buildings, it is a cosmopolitan city with a fantastic choice of independent restaurants and an array of tempting shops. With a diverse range of things to do, whether it be watching a show at the renowned Marlowe Theatre, punting down the River Stour or unwinding with a picnic in one of the many beautiful green spaces and gardens within the imposing city walls.
And for those wanting to discover more of Kent, this excellently situated holiday home really is in an ideal location just outside of the city walls making it easy to access the pretty villages, endless countryside, and picturesque coastline nearby.