Yew Tree House is a newly built property designed with local vernacular in mind, resulting in a traditional Victorian external appearance and distinctive modern styling internally. The accommodation is bright and spacious, with open-plan reception rooms and communal areas, which gives a superb social aspect to the house, making it an ideal place to entertain family and friends. The gardens have been extensively landscaped to create a number of outdoor rooms and include a woodland copse. Canterbury West station is less than a mile away and offers a High Speed train services to London St Pancras in under an hour.
The front door opens to an impressive entrance hall with feature oak staircase with glass balustrade. The double aspect sitting/dining room is a vast space, 37 feet in depth, arranged as a formal dining room with bay window to one end and as a stylish TV/cinema room at the other, with an inset wood-burning stove as a focal point.
The sleek and sophisticated kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and floor units, with seating arranged around a central island. Bi-fold doors slide fully aside to open the space to a decked area, expanding the entertaining space in the fair weather months. A relaxed family seating area is adjacent to the kitchen.
All the ground floor rooms flow into each other, creating a great sense of space and light. This gives flexibility to open up the house for social occasions and family living, as well as to close off certain rooms if peace and quiet is required! A useful study, utility room and a cloakroom complete the accommodation at this level. The solid oak staircase rises to the bright and generous first floor landing. The principal bedroom suite has a walk-in dressing room and an en suite bathroom. There are four further bedrooms (three en suite) and a family bathroom.
This property has 0.22 acres of land.