5 bedroom terraced house for saleSouth Road, Faversham
Sold STC £495,000
A substantial Victorian period property with spacious accommodation arranged over five floors, ideally placed for the town centre and local amenities. The property has been sympathetically refurbished by the present owners with great care taken to retain many period features including sash windows, wooden flooring, fireplaces and high ceiling with coving and ceiling roses.
The property has five bedrooms, two bathrooms plus a cloakroom and en-suite W.C, an attractive lounge and dining room on the ground floor and a striking open-plan family sitting room and contemporary kitchen on the lower ground floor leading out to the walled rear garden.
Situated within a short walk to the market town of Faversham which is a bustling place steeped in history, with a great variety of independent shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants and cafes. There are numerous leisure and recreational facilities available in the area as well as a number of highly regarded schools including the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. Faversham also has great transport connections with a mainline railway station providing a high-speed rail link to London St. Pancras. The M2 motorway is easily accessible giving access to London and the A2 to Canterbury and Dover.
Entrance Hallway -
Shower Room -
Lounge - 3.81m x 4.95m -
Dining Room - 3.23m x 3.91m -
Basement Level -
Basement Level Hallway -
Family/Sitting Room - 3.76m x 4.95m -
Kitchen - 3.25m x 3.91m -
Utility Room - 1.70m x 4.52m -
First Floor -
Bedroom One - 4.19m x 4.95m -
Bedroom Five - 3.23m x 3.91m -
En-Suite W.C -
Second Floor -
Bedroom Two - 4.11m x 4.95m -
Bedroom Four - 3.25m x 3.94m -
Third Floor -
Bedroom Three - 4.29m x 4.70m -
Walled Rear Garden - Mainly Laid To Lawn, Patio Area
Our Time Here -
The Vendor's View - I bought the property as a House of Multiple Occupation and converted it back into a large family home. The lady who owned the place previously had turned it into a hostel and so it was a bit of a mess when I bought it, but beneath it all was a lovely house and the neighbours were quite glad that I was going to be making it into a home again!
It's an amazing 140 year-old, 5 storey Victorian property in a row of six or seven terraced houses. They've all been kept as family homes, which is unusual for houses of this size and it's a really nice little community of young families. When I moved in I went and said hello to the neighbours to tell them I was rescuing the house; they couldn't have been nicer or more welcoming. I was given the details of a local Canterbury based builder, who had worked on two of the neighbours properties, and he completely renovated the house for me with all the original features. He restored everything he could, and replaced everything that needed replacing!
Faversham is a lovely place to live. There is a market 3 days a week with lots of independent shops and many different pubs, as well as the Shepherd Neame Brewery. It's a proper English market town with its own unique identity. There is always something to do or an event going on. The situation is ideal for a growing family, with excellent schools in the local area and great transport links.
It's a real family home, full of space and actually its a little too much for us! I particularly like the kitchen/diner, which was originally three rooms, and has been knocked through into one huge room at one end. It's a nice, social space, great for entertaining and our son likes spending time down here with his friends while we are in the sitting room upstairs. We tend to live on the three level floors of the property, and my son has a drum studio set up on the fifth floor, which can't be heard at all from the lower floors! We are looking to move up north now, and I know we'll miss the house a lot, especially somewhere to put my son's drums!
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