£325,000 - 3 bedrooms, House, Faversham - For Sale

Miles and Barr - Faversham
4 Limes Place
Preston Street

Agent's Website
01795 507111

• 3 Bedroom Victorian Home
• Bay Fronted
• Cellar
• Central Location
• Conservation Area
• Offered with NO CHAIN!
***DELIGHTFUL, SUBSTANTIAL VICTORIAN HOUSE WITHIN THE CONSERVATION AREA*** As marketing agents to our clients, Miles and Barr are delighted to offer this Victorian bay fronted house situated in the highly popular conservation area of Faversham. The house which is set back from the road behind a small front garden boasts a bay fronted sitting room with built in alcove shelves and open fireplace, separate dining room with cast iron fireplace, fitted kitchen and a useful cellar currently used as a den / tv room.. Upstairs the accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms and a generous sized bathroom to the rear with separate W.C. and a large built in airing cupboard with enough room for a tumble dryer and further utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine. Outside is a pretty, courtyard garden with a useful alleyway giving access to the front. The house has been tastefully decorated and benefits from being offered to the market with NO CHAIN. Just a short walk to the town centre and railway station this is a property that could be perfect for someone looking to move very close to the town centre. For any further information or to arrange a viewing, please call the branch on 01795 507111.

Faversham is one of England s most historic and charming towns, nestling between the Kent Downs and the austere beauty of its coastal wetlands. This picturesque market town is steeped in history with nearly 500 listed buildings, the famous Shepherd Neame Brewery, Britain s oldest which was founded in 1698 and a thriving town center which was nominated as a Rising Star in the Great British High Street Awards in October 2015.
Hosting markets every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, the Best of Faversham market is on the first and third Saturday of each month with Antiques and Vintage on the first Sunday.
Faversham dates from pre-Roman times, is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is a bustling place with a fine range of independent shops.
Faversham has some of the best walking in England, with way-marked routes through stunning Kent countryside with cycle route 1 passing through.
Two minutes from the M2 and just over an hour from London by mainline train, Faversham is easily accessible and is an excellent base for exploring local leisure activities and places of interest from country houses and gardens to the national fruit collection to internationally important nature reserves.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Sitting Room

3.86m x 3.73m (12'8 x 12'3 )

Dining Room

3.61m x 3.15m (11'10 x 10'4)


2.82m x 2.82m (9'3 x 9'3)


3.58m x 3.33m (11'9 x 10'11)

First Floor

Bedroom 1

3.61m x 3.10m (11'10 x 10'2)

Bedroom 2

3.25m x 2.26m (10'8 x 7'5)

Bedroom 3

2.82m x 2.29m (9'3 x 7'6)


3.33m x 2.03m (10'11 x 6'8)

Separate W.C.


Front Garden

Rear Garden

5.18m x 5.18m (17'0 x 17'0)

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