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You will be stepping back in time when you buy this charming cottage built, we understand almost 600 years ago. Steeped in history and full of character you will find plenty of exposed original beams, the king post construction seen in the loft makes it one of the earliest English building styles, some oak mullioned windows and a large inglenook fireplace for you to sit around by a roaring open fire! The property has been subject to a number of improvements over the years which include the addition of a ground floor bathroom, believed to have been added in the 1960's and a modern heating system, to name a couple. There is a bespoke handmade kitchen, in keeping with the cottage plus 2 large bedrooms, arranged over two floors, which have some fine original features and delightful beams. Outside, the garden offers a lot of privacy and seclusion creating your own sanctuary and cottage style garden.Tanners Street is a sought after spot, within walking distance of Faversham's town centre and just a stroll away from a local supermarket. There are plenty of things to see and do locally from feeding the ducks at the nearby pond to visiting the historic Gunpowder Works. All in all, this cottage is likely to be highly prized as it creates an environment that is reminiscent of bygone centuries and an insight into our history!
Please refer to the footnote regarding the services and appliances.What the Owner says:
From the first moment I stepped into my home, 18 years ago, I felt the most wonderfully peaceful atmosphere. It could be the great age or it could be something to do with its oak structure. Whatever it is, many visitors feel it too. It started life as a great hall with a central fire and was modernised in 1500 when the gable fireplaces and bread oven were installed. The glorious mullioned windows at the rear are rare survivors today in similar buildings. The chamfered and beautifully finished timber frame of oak is as hard as iron and built to last. I hope the new owners will be happy custodians of this ancient and remarkable building.Room sizes:Lounge/Diner: 15'7 x 9'10 (4.75m x 3.00m)Kitchen: 10'10 x 7'11 (3.30m x 2.41m)LobbyBathroomLandingBedroom 1: 17'9 maximum (5.41m) x 15'4 (4.68m) narrowing to 11'5 (3.48m)LandingBedroom 2: 14'7 x 12'3 (4.45m x 3.74m)Rear Garden
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