4 bed House
Stone Street, Faversham
BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED SUBSTANTIAL FOUR BEDROOM VICTORIAN TOWN HOUSE IN DESIRABLE STONE STREET LOCATION
This imposing four-bedroom semi-detached Victorian family home, set over four floors, is situated in one of Faversham s most desirable locations and a few minutes walk to the station. The house is well appointed with many character features throughout. Steps lead up to the front door and down to the lower ground floor front garden, coal shed and access to the rear garden.
The front door opens into the reception hall where stairs lead to the lower ground and first floors, and panelled doors to the sitting and drawing rooms. Both fabulously light and airy, the sitting room boasts a bay window, cornicing, beautiful tiled cast iron fire place with marble surround, high skirting boards and exposed floorboards. The drawing room is a lovely room with twin sash windows overlooking a long rear garden and an open fireplace with marble surround.
On the first floor are two bedrooms, one with en suite shower and family bathroom. Stairs lead up to the second floor where there are a further two double bedrooms with eaves storage.
On the lower ground floor, there is a bay fronted dining room and a large kitchen/breakfast room with walk in larder. To the rear of the kitchen is an outer lobby with cloakroom and door to a superb well stocked garden. A large house with a great feel, viewing highly recommended!
For further information, or to book your viewing, please call the branch on 01795 507111 or contact us at email@example.com
Faversham is one of England s most historic and charming towns, nestled 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 Centre 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. It has a good selection of primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which is the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School. Faversham has some of the best walking in England, with way-marked routes through stunning Kent countryside with cycle route 1 passing through.The town also offers excellent leisure facilities with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, a large park and recreation ground, a museum and numerous pubs and restaurants.Two minutes from the M2 and just over an hour from London by mainline train as well as the High Speed Rail Link, 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.
4.39m max x 3.89m max (14'4 max x 12'9 max)
5.05m max x 3.33 max (16'6 max x 10'11 max )
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
4.24m x 3.81m max (13'10 x 12'5 max)
4.95 max x 4.24 max (16'2 max x 13'10 max)
1.93m x 1.04m (6'3 x 3'4 )
First Floor Landing
3.66m x 3.15m max (12'0 x 10'4 max)
2.13m x 1.42m (6'11 x 4'7 )
3.33m x 3.05m max (10'11 x 10'0 max)
3.33m x 1.50m (10'11 x 4'11 )
4.85m x 3.43m max (15'10 x 11'3 max)
4.85m x 3.61m max (15'10 x 11'10 max)
38.10mft (124'11 ft)