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Westgate Grove, Canterbury CT2


3 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale

Westgate Grove, Canterbury CT2

Key features

  • »3 Bedroom Attached Cottage
  • »Grade II Listed
  • »City Centre Location
  • »Wealth of Period Features
  • »Fantastic Outlook to Front
  • »Convenient for High Speed Rail Station
  • »Garage Nearby
  • »Arranged Over Three Floors
  • »Courtyard to Rear
  • »An Amazing Home in an Iconic Location

First time on the market in almost half a century, this Cottage is a slice of English history, often depicted on postcards of the City of Canterbury and of the 'Garden of England'. Situated in the heart of Canterbury, 'Rosiers' is enviably positioned overlooking the River Stour.
From all the rooms facing the river you have splendid views of the imposing Westgate Towers, one of the original gateways into the City, the ancient Holy Cross Church, and the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral spires.

We have loved living here as it offers the very best one could wish for; in addition to history on our doorstep, a few minutes walk away is the Marlowe Theatre providing year round fabulous choice of drama, musicals and dance, whilst the Curzon cinema offers the latest classical and avant-garde films, and of course there are the unforgettable wonderful concerts in the Cathedral, and delightful events in the Dane John/Westgate Gardens.

The City Centre offers all the latest eat in/take out food choices, cafes, clubs, pubs, bars, bistros and, at the last count, 21 different cuisines which meet the needs of a diverse and vibrant community of residents and visitors.

Just around the corner in St Dunstan's village there is the local butcher, fruit and vegetable shop plus a handy corner shop Sainsbury's or for local Kent Farmers produce the 'Goods Shed' is a cornucopia of delicious things to sample at the weekend.

Canterbury West Station and the High Speed train to London is just a five minute walk, ideal for commuting or getting the last train back after a West End show.

The River Stour runs through the City and provides eyecatching beauty - kingfishers, egrets, fresh trout in the water, and foxes along the route. This is the Garden of England, orchards, meadows and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty await - a dog walker's paradise!

Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Dining Room 

Bedroom 1
Sitting Room 

Bedroom 2
Bedroom 3 

A courtyard is found to the rear of the property with a garage just a short walk away in an adjoining road. 

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until March 31 2021 most buyers will be exempt from paying stamp duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate how much Stamp Duty you would have to pay on this property by using the calculator below.

Please note: This calculator is provided as a guide only on how much stamp duty land tax you will need to pay in England and Northern Ireland. It assumes that the property is freehold and for residential purposes.

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Contact Martin & Co Canterbury

  • 71 Castle Street
  • Canterbury
  • CT1 2QD

Call 01227 455717

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