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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Bank Street, FAVERSHAM

Sold STC £225,000

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Located in the heart of Faversham town center is this charming two bedroom terraced cottage being just a short walk to the train station with its direct links to London and also within easy access to the A2. This would be the perfect property for someone looking to commute to London. To the ground floor, accommodation comprises a cozy living room with a living flame gas fire and an archway through to the dining room. From the dining room is a door to the leading to the rear paved courtyard garden, this being an enclosed space makes it really private and perfect for 'alfresco' dining. An opening from the dining room leads to a modern kitchen fitted with shaker style units and integrated dishwasher and washing machine, with black high gloss tiled splash back. Upstairs, the master bedroom is situated at the front of the property and is a large double bedroom, to the rear of the property is the second bedroom and the fully tiled bathroom. This property is presented to an exceptional standard, it features stripped pine floors throughout and also stripped pine doors. The cottage has a birght and airy feel and would be great for a first time buyer, it really does need to be seen to be appreciated. If you would like any further information or would like to arrange a viewing please contact us on 01795 507111 or alternatively email us at faversham@milesandbarr.co.uk

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.

Ground Floor -

Living Room - 3.40m into alcove x 3.23m (11'2 into alcove x 10'7 -

Dining Room - 3.38m x 3.10m (11'1 x 10'2) -

Kitchen - 2.51m x 1.80m (8'3 x 5'11) -

First Floor -

Bedroom 1 - 3.43m x 3.23m into alcove (11'3 x 10'7 into alcove -

Bedroom 2 - 3.10m x 1.52m (10'2 x 5') -

Bathroom - 2.24m x 1.78m (7'4 x 5'10 ) -

Outside -

Rear Courtyard Garden -


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