Roman Road, Faversham
A beautifully presented, three bedroom, Victorian terrace, set over three floors plus a useful cellar space. Within walking distance of the train station in the bustling market town of Faversham, the house has numerous period features, including original stripped doors and floorboards and exposed brickwork, as well as handsome oak framed sash windows throughout.
A traditionally styled, part glazed front door opens into a bright hallway, with stripped, original floorboards. A period solid wood door opens to the left into a gorgeous bay fronted sitting room, with a sensuous, exposed brick work fireplace housing a log burning stove. The beautiful, oak framed, double glazed sash window is complemented by a rustic style, window seat with storage underneath.
Beyond the sitting room, to the left are the stairs to the first floor. At the end of the hallway a door opens to beautiful dining room. Recently opened into the kitchen, this delightful space has a sumptuous mix of natural wood with another oak framed sash window overlooking the garden and wonderful bespoke, wooden base units with lovely oak work surfaces. Whilst the stripped wood floorboards conceal practical storage area accessed by a clever trap door.
A step down takes one to the kitchen, with its splendid Travertine floor tiles and wonderful exposed brickwork. With base units and wall storage the solid oak work surface houses a butler sink and matches the lovely sash window. The kitchen has been further opened to the rear providing an ample built-in pantry adjacent to large, tasteful French doors to the walled garden. Also accessed from the dining room, via a door opposite the kitchen the useful cellar/workshop provides additional storage and houses the utility metres.
On the first floor, to the front, the main bedroom spans the width of the house. With stripped, original floorboards and an oak sash window, this room also benefits from a period cast iron fireplace and an original built-in storage cupboard. From here a landing takes to the second bedroom, on the right, with its own storage and window overlooking the garden. Beyond this the vaulted stairwell to the second floor floods the landing with light from its Velux window.
A door, at the end of the landing, opens to a simply amazing bathroom. With a striking contrast of natural slate and wood grain against clean lines and thoughtful design, the bathroom includes, his and hers basins on a rustic natural wood vanity, a stylish freestanding bathtub, a bespoke heated towel rail, a separate feature slate and natural stone deluge shower and a wonderful, frosted sash window to the rear.
The stairs to the second floor terminate in a galleried landing with a door opening into an L shaped bedroom with eaves storage. A large Velux window to the rear provides great natural light and an interesting rooftop view of Faversham.
The pretty, walled rear garden is approximately 32 ft long, with sleeper steps leading down from the kitchen to an attractive paved area. There is a woodstore to the side, as well as a novel tool storage area. With steps up to a pleasant, decked seating area with a water feature, the garden also has raised beds with established fruit trees and shrubs. On the left-hand side, a path leads to steps to the rear gate. The pleasant frontage has a low wall and iron gate with pretty shrubs.
The property is conveniently situated in Roman Road, which is enjoys an extremely central location, within easy walking distance of Faversham's mainline railway station and thriving medieval town centre.
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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- Splendid Victorian Mid Terrace House
- Set Over Three Floors Plus Cellar Space
- Stunning Bespoke Kitchen Dining Room
- Beautiful Oak Framed Sash Windows
- Numerous Period Features Throughout
- Lovely Log Burning Stove
- Feature First Floor Bathroom
- Attractive Walled Garden
- Walking Distance To Train Station
- EPC RATING: D