Listed Grade II, and dating from the 18th century, Glebe House is a former rectory situated in St Stephens, a former village an easy walk from the city centre.
Inside, all the main reception rooms are accessed off the hall, including the main drawing room, a bright double aspect room at the rear of the house with good views across the gardens and a brick fireplace. The dining room, to the front of the house, has original panelling, and also has an open fireplace with a marble surround, as does the study. The kitchen is well-proportioned, and leads to the annexe which comprises a sitting room/dining room, kitchen and two bedrooms.
A wide Georgian staircase leads up to the first floor in the main house, which has a master bedroom suite which has a corner fireplace. The guest bedroom is opposite, and has a door to bedroom three/dressing room. Bedroom four is a large double bedroom at the front of the house and bedroom five is currently used as an upstairs study.
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The second floor of the house is given over to a self-contained flat which comprises a sitting room, kitchen, master bedroom and second bedroom, bathroom and storage. Stairs ascend to the roof with under eaves storage.
Outside the city centre garden is a delightful walled garden, with a large lawn interspersed with shrubs and trees; a paved pathway leads through a lightly wooded area to the end of the garden, from where a door opens onto Beverley Meadow affording a short walk to Canterbury West station, which has trains to London St Pancras.
The guide price is £1.35m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01227 473 707 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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