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Dan House is a fine Victorian building in the heart of Faversham's desirable conservation area, a short stroll from the town centre and just 600 metres from Faversham mainline railway station. The house was built c1861 for Sampson Dan, owner of a brick and tile works at Uplees, and was subsequently used as offices from 1959 until 2014. There is now approved planning permission to return the original house to a residential dwelling, and to demolish the later Edwardian extension to the West of the plot for the erection of a new three bedroom detached house, in keeping with the original Victorian building.The building totals 3082 sq ft (286 sq m) and now presents a fantastic opportunity to create a substantial family home, retaining much original period detail including sash windows, joinery, fireplaces, cornicing and a large decorative stained glass window in the main stairwell.Gardens surround the property to three sides and a large hardstanding provides off road parking for a number of vehicles.
East Street is a desirable location in the centre of the historic medieval market town of Faversham which offers a range of local shops and amenities, restaurants, highly regarded schools and three weekly markets held on a Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. Transport links are strong with access to the A2 / M2 and subsequent motorway networks. The high speed Javelin service from Faversham station provides a frequent service to London St Pancras with a journey time of approximately 68 minutes as well as services to London Victoria with a journey time of approximately 75 minutes.
Entrance Porch (5'10 x 4'4)
Entrance Hall (16'0 x 14'2)
inclusive of depth of staircase to first floor.
Room 1 (13'11 x 11'10 at maximum points.)
Room 2 (18'11 x 13'10 at maximum points.)
Room 3 (13'11 x 11'9 at maximum points.)
Room 4 (11'9 x 7'10)
Room 5 (16'11 x 11'11)
Room 6 (13'7 x 11'9)
Room 7 (11'10 x 7'1 at maximum points.)
Room 8 (14'4 x 10'9 at maximum points.)
Room 9 (14'4 x 7'11)
Room 10 (14'5 x 12'2)
Kitchen (6'9 x 4'2)
Room 11 (16'8 x 12'2 at maximum points.)
Room 12 (25'8 x 8'11 widening to 11'9)
Cellar (16'0 x 12'0 at maximum points.)
Surrounding the property to three sides.
Hardstanding providing off road parking for a number of vehicles.
Approved Planning Permission
Plans have been approved by Swale Borough Council (subject to conditions) for change of use from offices to residential, and for demolition of the side extension to the West of the main building for the erection of a detached three bedroom house. Plans are available on request and can be viewed at www.swale.gov.uk/planning under application number 15/509795/FULL.
We are advised by the Valuation Office (www.voa.gov.uk) that the property is currently being assessed for Council Tax.
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