Bourne Park, Bridge, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 5BJ | Property for sale | Savills
373.28 sq m
Guide price £1,850,000(53,124,826 EGP)

Bourne ParkBridge, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 5BJ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Substantial kitchen/breakfast room perfect for entertaining
  • Four bedrooms all with en suite bathrooms
  • Over 4,000 sq ft of accommodation
  • Detached garage with room above
  • On the edge of the sought after village of Bridge (1.2 miles)
  • Located in the delighted grounds of Bourne Park

An immaculately presented family home situated in a conservation area within the beautiful grounds of Bourne Park.

About this property

  • The Rose Garden is an immaculately presented property, uniquely situated in a conservation area and within the beautiful grounds of Bourne Park.

    The spacious accommodation, exceeding 4,000 sq ft includes an impressive reception hall with flame effect gas fire, a well-proportioned drawing room and a stunning south facing, hand painted bespoke solid oak kitchen with various integral appliances. Adjoining the kitchen is a generous dining area with air conditioning unit. Three double bedrooms, each with luxuriously appointed en suite facilities and stairs lead up to the principal bedroom with bespoke fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom. There is a further substantial room that could be used as an office or provide a potential annexe opportunity, and a detached garage with room above.

    The attractive gardens lie to both the front and rear and are well maintained with a variety of specimen trees and shrubs.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

I was most surprised at the 4,000 sq ft of accommodation that this property has to offer!

Julien HuntProperty agent

Local information

  • The Rose Garden is situated in a stunning location on the edge of the sought after village of Bridge and is approached via a driveway approaching the Stunning Bourne Park Estate with parkland grounds and gardens. Bridge provides a comprehensive range of local facilities. There is a butcher, bakers, post office, several local public houses and a primary school. The cathedral city of Canterbury provides a comprehensive range of shopping and educational facilities and can be reached within about 15 minutes' drive.
  • There are two mainline railway stations in the City, which provide regular services to London and the Kent coast along with the local station at Bekesbourne and regular bus services to Canterbury and the villages.

Additional information

  • Services: Mains water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
  • Local Authority: Canterbury City Council. Tax Band 'F'.
  • Directions: From the centre of Canterbury travel in a south easterly direction taking the A2050 which merges onto Roman road. Merge onto the A2, take the first exit towards Bridge. At the T junction turn right onto Town Hill and then left onto the High Street, proceed for about 0.5 miles and turn right onto Bourne Park road.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F