An extraordinary riverside house forming part of the city wall and tower fortifications, named after the archbishop Simon of Sudbury, who is believed to have financed the upgrading of this section of the city's fortification.
This period building retains much of the original structure, the tower itself being of flint with stone quoins and castellated parapet. It occupies a central location adjacent to the River Stour and is within a short distance to Canterbury West mainline railway station, the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury Cathedral and the city centre which has a comprehensive range of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities, including tourist destinations.
The property has a gas heating system via radiators, some leaded light windows and some secondary double glazing.
Kitchen/breakfast room with range of modern units, living room and inner hall with stairs to first floor.
Landing, bedroom, shower room with W.C. and separate W.C.
Landing and two further bedrooms.
Courtyard with open views of the River Stour and door to Pound Lane.
Council Tax Band E
Prospective purchasers are recommended to park in one of the nearby Pay & Display car parks, allowing sufficient time to walk to the property.