95 West Street, Faversham

  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Receptions

A magnificent Grade ll Listed medieval house, with almost 2400 sq. ft of extensive accommodation spread over three floors, along with…

Key features

  • Splendid Grade ll Listed Medieval House
  • Extensive Accommodation Over Three Floors
  • An Exceptional Array Of Period Features
  • Four Bedrooms With En-Suite Wet Room To Main
  • Drawing Room With Grand Fireplace
  • Well Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Impressive First Floor Music Room/Study
  • Well Established Gardens & Parking For Two Cars
  • Situated In The Heart Of The Conservation Area

Full property description

A magnificent Grade ll Listed medieval house, with almost 2400 sq. ft of extensive accommodation spread over three floors, along with mature gardens and private parking, conveniently situated in the heart of Faversham town centre. We believe the property dates back to the 14th century and displays a host of exceptional period features throughout. However, the property has been beautifully maintained and has seen numerous improvements over the years, creating a superb fusion of period style and modern convenience.

The front door opens into a charming reception room, with a bow bay window and a heavily beamed ceiling. From here, a door leads to a useful cellar, ideal for storage, whilst another door leads to a splendid drawing room. This has a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, a great ceiling height and an exposed brick chimney breast with a wood burning stove and a flagstone hearth.

To the rear of the house, there is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, with stable doors to and lovely views over the gardens. The kitchen has been fitted with an excellent range of traditionally styled units, set around oak work surfaces, a twin Belfast sink, a pantry and an attractive ceramic tiled floor.

A bespoke cherry wood staircase, with ornately carved spindles rises to a galleried landing on the first floor. There are two generously proportioned double bedrooms on this floor, one at the front of the house and one to the rear. The rear bedroom has a dual aspect with some wonderful mullioned windows. Completing the first floor accommodation, there is a well-appointed bathroom with a double ended bath and shower and an impressive study/music room, with exposed beams, wood panelling and extensive fitted shelving.

On the second floor, another galleried landing leads to two double bedrooms, each with beautiful beamed and vaulted ceilings. The main bedroom is to the rear of the top floor and is an especially good size double room, with ample built-in storage and a stunning en-suite wet room. This has a walk-through shower area, a stone circular basin and a beautiful free-standing bath, alongside natural stone wall and floor tiles.


The rear garden measures approximately 57 ft and has been beautifully planted with a wide variety of mature trees, flowers and shrubs. This not only creates a tremendous sense of privacy, but also provides a wonderful backdrop to this fine period home. Adjacent to the house, there is a paved patio area, whilst to the rear of the garden, there is a timber shed and a gate, which opens onto a gravelled parking area which provides off road parking for two cars.


The property enjoys an extremely central and convenient position, nestled in the medieval heart of Faversham town and within easy reach of its many amenities.

Faversham is an historic and charming market town which offers a wide variety of shopping facilities including both specialist and national retailers and a bustling market three times a week. It has its own cinema, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cottage hospital and an excellent range of primary and secondary schools, including Faversham’s renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. For sailing enthusiasts, the town has a charming tidal creek and quay. Faversham also enjoys excellent transport links both to London and the coast via the nearby M2 motorway.

The cathedral city of Canterbury is just 10 miles away and is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, with a thriving town centre offering a wide array of High Street brands alongside a diverse mix of independent retailers, cafes and international restaurants. The city also offers a fine selection of sporting, leisure and recreational amenities, including the refurbished Marlowe Theatre.

Canterbury also has an excellent choice of educational amenities, including three comprehensive schools, three Grammar schools, a number of well regarded junior and senior private schools and three universities.

The bustling seaside town of Whitstable is just 8 miles away and is famous for its seafood and annual oyster festival, held at the vibrant harbour and picturesque quayside. The town has a variety of independent shops and boutiques, as well as high street names, good local primary and secondary schools, numerous pubs, restaurants, excellent leisure facilities and a mainline railway station.

We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements and floor plans and site plans are a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Fixtures and fittings shown in any photographs are not necessarily included in the sale and need to be agreed with the seller.

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