Firtree Close is a popular cul-de-sac of established properties lying off Ross Gardens and Rough Common Road. The village has a local Post Office Store and Village Hall and a bus service passing along Rough Common Road leading into the Cathedral City of Canterbury which lies about 1 1/2 miles away. In addition Canterbury provides an impressive selection of primary and secondary schools both in the state and independent sector and many highly regarded establishments of further education. There are a wealth of walks within the Blean Woods National Nature Reserve and the popular Crab and Winkle cycle route links Canterbury to Whitstable. Both Canterbury East and West stations provide regular services to London with the high speed rail service from Canterbury West to London St Pancras.
This 1950's semi detached family home is light and airy with excellent accommodation which is laid out over two floors and comprises; enclosed storm porch, entrance hall with stairs to the first floor, sitting room with bay window, a modern fitted kitchen with walk-in larder and door to outside, a large double aspect dining/family room extends out to the lovely gardens with patio doors to the rear garden. There are three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
13' 6'' x 13' 1'' (4.11m x 3.98m)
9' 5'' x 8' 10'' (2.87m x 2.69m)
20' 11'' x 11' 1'' (6.37m x 3.38m)
2' 2'' x 11' 8'' (0.66m x 3.55m)
11' 9'' x 9' 5'' (3.58m x 2.87m)
9' 1'' x 7' 11'' (2.77m x 2.41m)
The front garden is a shaped neat lawn with established shrubs and enclosed with a low brick wall, there is a carport and driveway with parking for three to four vehicles. The rear garden is a good size and mainly laid to lawn with borders to the edges containing a variety of plants and shrubs. There is a patio area with two raised beds and a lawn beyond; at the end of the garden there is an area dedicated to wild flower meadow with neat mown paths. This delightful garden backs onto woodland and the RSPB Woods.