A beautifully presented three storey townhouse, situated in the charming Creekside hamlet of Conyer, enjoying fine views over the marina, the creek and the surrounding countryside.
The property was built during the 1970Âs yet has seen numerous improvements in recent years. It now offers stylish and highly versatile accommodation (including a ground floor home office/guest annexe) spread over three floors.
A UPVC double glazed front door opens into an entrance hall with oak flooring, a large coats cupboard and stairs to the first floor. A glazed door opens into a spacious ÂLÂ shaped reception room, with double glazed French doors to the front of the house, two built-in storage cupboards, a well-equipped kitchenette and a beautifully appointed shower room. Whilst originally intended for use as a boathouse, this versatile ground floor space could easily serve as a bedroom, a guest annexe or even a home office/work space, due to its kitchenette and shower room facilities.
The kitchen is to the rear of the first floor and has been fitted with an attractive range of traditionally styled wall and floor units, set around oak work surfaces, integrated appliances and ample space for a dining table and chairs. There is a useful cloakroom/WC and double glazed French doors which open from the kitchen/dining room onto the rear garden.
To the front of first floor, there is a wonderfully light and airy sitting room, with a huge bay window and a double glazed French door which opens onto a decked balcony. This affords stunning views over the nearby creek and the marina.
On the second floor, a galleried landing leads to three, good sized bedrooms and a well-appointed family bathroom. This has been fitted with a contemporary white suite and finished with attractive distressed wood effect ceramic tiling. The main bedroom is an impressive double room with a double glazed picture window, which affords spectacular and panoramic views over the marina, the creek and the countryside beyond.
The property is set back from the road behind a block paved driveway, which provides parking for two/three cars. The rear garden measures approximately 44 ft and is laid to lawn, with mature flower and shrub borders, two patio areas, a timber shed and a useful rear access.
Conyer is a quiet hamlet, equidistant between Faversham and Sittingbourne, which both provide high street shopping, supermarkets and award winning schools. Teynham is also close by, with its village shops and train station providing direct access to London for the commuter. The area is famed for its Saxon Shore Way and marina and is popular with twitchers and walkers alike, along with those who enjoy outdoor pursuits, all of which relish its rural setting along the Swale River and Conyer Creek. The Ship Inn public house and restaurant is close at hand as is Conyer Cruising Club.
Faversham has a wide choice of supermarkets, restaurants, individual shops and leisure facilities. There are three markets a week in the cobbled town square beside the ancient Guildhall. Community attractions include the famous annual Hop Festival (the town boasts the oldest brewery in the country) and a magnificent weekend-long classic car show. On the outskirts of the town, Brogdale 'The Home of the National Fruit Collection' stages regular events celebrating Kent as the fruit producing Garden of England.
Both Faversham and Sittingbourne boast high-achieving grammar schools. The cathedral city of Canterbury; Margate, home of its Turner Gallery; and trendy Whitstable, renowned for its oysters and interesting mix of shops, are short journeys away. Thanks to Eurostar, the 'Shuttle' and cross- Channel ferries, the Continent is virtually on your doorstep.
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