Lesser Knowlethorpe

An attractive gated development of nine apartments in a magnificent Grade II Listed mansion, together with three cottages.

The development benefits from private parking for each property and communal gardens. The cottages also benefit from private gardens.

The property was built in 1777 for Mr. Allen Grebell, the then owner of the adjacent historic Barton Mill, which was one of the last watermills in Canterbury that was working for trade. For many years it was a paper mill, and subsequently a corn mill.

Canterbury is a vibrant city with great amenities, benefiting from three universities and fast links to central London with London Kings Cross within 56 minutes travel time.

An attractive gated development of nine apartments in a magnificent Grade II Listed mansion, together with three cottages.

The development benefits from private parking for each property and communal gardens. The cottages also benefit from private gardens.

The property was built in 1777 for Mr. Allen Grebell, the then owner of the adjacent historic Barton Mill, which was one of the last watermills in Canterbury that was working for trade. For many years it was a paper mill, and subsequently a corn mill.

Canterbury is a vibrant city with great amenities, benefiting from three universities and fast links to central London with London Kings Cross within 56 minutes travel time.