A handsome, two bedroom, Victorian terraced house arranged over three floors, including a beautifully refurbished cellar, with its own window. This extremely well appointed home boasts many original features including solid wood doors, a fireplace and stripped original floorboards as well as a ... Read more
A handsome, two bedroom, Victorian terraced house arranged over three floors, including a beautifully refurbished cellar, with its own window. This extremely well appointed home boasts many original features including solid wood doors, a fireplace and stripped original floorboards as well as a generous garden and has easy access into Faversham town centre and also the A2.
A UPVC wood effect front door opens into a high ceiling sitting room, with stripped and varnished original floor boards. A large wooden framed, colonial style, casement window provides plenty of natural light to the room and an attractive fireplace, with a period surround, houses a discreet electric fire.
A solid wood, half paned door opens into an internal lobby, with the stairs to the first floor to the right and the splendid kitchen straight ahead. Recently retiled, the good-sized kitchen houses an extensive range of wall and base units and an attractive, solid natural wood worktop. The kitchen also benefits from a Belfast sink, an electric fan assisted oven and grill with an induction hob, a wine cooler, and an integral washing machine. A double glazed window, in front of the sink, overlooks the rear garden and to the left of this a solid wood, stable door gives access to the patio area.
Also accessed from the kitchen, via another attractive half glazed, solid wood door, is the tastefully refurbished and fully converted cellar. The carpeted stairs lead down into this spacious second reception area, with engineered wooden flooring, a radiator and a double glazed window to the front.
On the first floor a small, carpeted landing gives access to a generous double bedroom at the front of the property with useful built in storage and a large wooden, colonial style casement window which overlooks the attractive Victorian properties of Ospringe Road.
To the rear of the first floor the landing area gives access to a single bedroom, with a double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Next to this the family bathroom is an attractive mix of tiled walls and tasteful half-height wooden panelling, with a heated towel rail, a contemporary white suite with a double ended bath, wc and basin, slate effect vinyl flooring and a built in linen closet. A small double glazed window provides natural light.
The property is slightly elevated from the road with three spacious, shallow steps up to the front door and attractive black, iron handrails. An established hedge runs across the front and right-hand side of the front garden providing privacy with the area behind laid with low maintenance slate chippings. The rear garden is approximately 75ft long and has a flagstone patio directly behind the kitchen. Beyond this the garden is mostly laid to lawn with a central path leading to a further paved area halfway down and a brick paved area to the rear housing a garden shed. There are some established borders with bushes and shrubs.
The property is slightly elevated, overlooking the attractive Victorian Villas of Ospringe Road. The bustling, medieval town centre of Faversham and its mainline railway station are within comfortable walking distance and there is also easy access to the A2.
The charming market town of Faversham has a wide range of high street shops and independent retailers which adorn its attractive high street and its bustling market square. The town also offers excellent leisure facilities with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, a large park and recreation ground, a museum and numerous pubs and restaurants.
It has a good selection of primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which is the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. Faversham has a mainline railway station with a regular service to London Victoria, Cannon Street and Charing Cross and a high speed rail link to London St. Pancras. The nearby M2 motorway gives excellent and fast access to London.
The city of Canterbury is approximately 10 miles away this has a vibrant city centre, which has a wide array of High Street brands alongside independent retailers, cafes and international restaurants and offers a selection of sporting, leisure and recreational amenities, including the Marlowe Theatre.
The seaside town of Whitstable, famous for its seafood and annual oyster festival held at the vibrant harbour and picturesque quayside, also has a variety of shops, boutiques and restaurants, a good selection of primary and secondary schools and excellent leisure facilities and is 8 miles away.
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