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A truly exceptional Grade ll Listed residence, with a wealth of fine period features and generous accommodation spread over three floors and a cellar. The property is situated in the heart of Faversham's bustling town centre in the pedestrianised section of West Street and, due to its mixed use status, would either make a spacious family home or an ideally located business premises.
The front door opens into a small entrance hall which in turn opens into a magnificent living room with many beautiful exposed beams and timbers and a cosy fireplace with a wood burning stove.
Steps lead up to an equally impressive sitting room with a beamed ceiling, some lovely exposed brickwork and an inglenook fireplace with another large wood burning stove.
To the rear of the property there is a large kitchen and breakfast room which whilst open plan, enjoy some sense of division due to slightly different floor levels. The kitchen has been fitted with a good range of painted wall and floor units set around tiled work surfaces, integrated stainless steel appliances and a quarry tiled floor.
The kitchen has a part vaulted ceiling and four lovely leaded windows which overlook the rear garden. The breakfast room has several exposed beams, an oak floor and access to a good size cellar with power and lighting.
On the first floor, there are two spacious double bedrooms, both with many exposed beams, a family bathroom and separate WC and a large dressing room adjacent to the master bedroom.
The master bedroom also has a well appointed en suite shower room with a large walk-in double shower enclosure.
From the dressing room, a spiral staircase leads to the second floor and a large landing/open office and another good size double bedroom.
The rear garden measures approx. 24 ft and is walled on both sides. It is predominantly paved, with attractive planted borders and enjoys a good degree of privacy. A gate leads to a long, covered storage area which provides a rear access to Leslie Smith Drive.
West Street is conveniently located close to Faversham's vibrant town centre. It boasts many listed and historic buildings and has been a part of the rich history of this quintessential market town for hundreds of years.
Faversham offers a wide variety of facilities including specialist shops, national retailers and three times a week the town square is filled with a bustling market. It has its own cinema, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a railway station with a high speed link to London St Pancras and even a cottage hospital.
Together with the surrounding villages it has an excellent range of primary and secondary schools including Faversham's renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. From Faversham Creek you can take the Saxon shore walk through areas of outstanding natural beauty, internationally important nature reserves and coastal walks on to the harbour town of Whitstable.
Faversham also has excellent road links to London and the Coast via the M2 (1 mile) and M20 connecting to the M25 motorway network. The City of Canterbury is approximately 10 miles away and this also has a wide range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities.
AGENT'S NOTE: The property has several flying freeholds.
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