2 bedroom end of terrace house for saleSt. Marys Road, Faversham
Sold STC £295,000
- Bay Sash Windows
- High Skirting Boards
- Log Burner
- Panelled Doors
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Breakfast Room
- Shaker Style Kitchen
- 55 Rear Garden
If you are looking for a property brimming with character and period features then look no further! It is rare to see such originality in a house with some beautiful secondary glazed bay sash windows, original cast iron fireplaces, high skirting boards and some superb stripped pine cupboards in the alcoves. The house boasts panelled doors with brass knobs, traditional style radiators, log burner and a shaker style kitchen with a wooden extension which serves as a lovely breakfast room. Offering 2 reception rooms, converted basement room, 2 bedrooms (one with en suite and one with a bathroom off), this house is perfectly situated for the town centre and railway station. The garden to the rear is an impressive 55ft and benefits from a wooden studio with power and light. How would I sum up this property? It hasn't recently been subject to a 'hasty renovation' in order to spruce it up to sell. Yes it could benefit from some decorating but our vendors have hugely enjoyed living there and instantly went for it when they were looking. It is the originality of this property that, in my opinion, makes it rather fabulous. For an accompanied viewing, please call our office on 01795 507111.
Faversham is one of Englands most historic and charming towns, nestling between the Kent Downs and the austere beauty of its coastal wetlands. This picturesque market town is steeped in history with nearly 500 listed buildings, the famous Shepherd Neame Brewery, Britains oldest which was founded in 1698 and a thriving town center which was nominated as a Rising Star in the Great British High Street Awards in October 2015.
Hosting markets every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, the Best of Faversham market is on the first and third Saturday of each month with Antiques and Vintage on the first Sunday.
Faversham dates from pre-Roman times, is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is a bustling place with a fine range of independent shops.
Faversham has some of the best walking in England, with way-marked routes through stunning Kent countryside with cycle route 1 passing through.
Two minutes from the M2 and just over an hour from London by mainline train, Faversham is easily accessible and is an excellent base for exploring local leisure activities and places of interest from country houses and gardens to the national fruit collection to internationally important nature reserves.
Entrance Hall -
Sitting Room - 4.50m into bay x 3.99m into alcove (14'9 into bay -
Dining Room - 3.61m x 3.61m (11'10 x 11'10) -
Basement Room - 3.71m into alcove x 3.68m (12'2 into alcove x 12'1 -
Kitchen - 2.72m x 2.44m (8'11 x 8) -
Breakfast Room - 2.77m into reccess x 2.64m (9'1 into reccess x 8'8 -
First Floor Landing -
Bedroom 1 - 4.50m into bay x 3.48m and narrowing to 3.05mft in -
En Suite - 2.72m to include the shower cubicle x 0.71m (8'11 -
Bedroom 2 - 3.99m into alcove x 3.63m (13'1 into alcove x 11'1 -
Bathroom - 2.72m x 2.41m (8'11 x 7'11) -
Rear Garden - 16.76mft (55ft) -
Outside W.C. -
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