St. Dunstans Street, Canterbury

The property is an attractive period building arranged as a ground floor lock-up shop and basement with a separate maisonette over:

Shop – A sales area on the ground floor with a good display window with a further sales/store area, staff WC and access to an enclosed courtyard garden at the rear. The basement provides a basic store areas (not inspected) accessed from internal stairs within the shop.

There are stairs leading to the flat above, which are currently blocked-off, but which could be reinstated.

Maisonette – Accessed from a private entrance lobby on the ground floor at the rear of the building, it provides modern accommodation arranged as;

First Floor –
Modern kitchen with fitted units, including an integrated Bosch dishwasher, induction hob and cooker plus an “Esse” wood burning stove for hot water and heating, Sitting/Dining room, and family bathroom with jacuzzi bath.

Second Floor
Two well-proportioned bedrooms. A further bathroom with Triton power shower.

Further stairs lead to a small carpeted attic room offering scope for an office or playroom.


The shop and basement is owned Freehold. It is let to The Trustees of the RSPCA Canterbury & District Branch and will be sold with a new 5-year effective Full Repairing and Insuring lease (without breaks) at a rent of £14,400 per annum exclusive.

The Canterbury & District Branch of the RSPCA (charity no. 210743) is part of the UK’s largest animal welfare charity and have occupied the premises since 2013 and trade from 8 further shops in the district.

The maisonette is owned leasehold for a term of 125 years from October 2013 at a ground rent of £50.00 per annum. It is currently vacant and undergoing minor redecoration.

The freehold and long-leasehold interests in the property are available for sale subject to the tenancy described.

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Offers In The Region Of £450,000

1514 square feet

An attractive period building arranged as a ground floor lock-up shop and basement with a separate maisonette over.

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