Upper Brents, Faversham, ME13

2 bedroom Character Property - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

Simply stunning is this fabulous Grade II listed church conversion. We understand the church was built by Kirk & Son in 1881 in an early English style. Originally built of knapped flint with bath stone dressing and a tiled roof. The property has been lovingly restored by the present owners to provide a unique home with versatile living possibilities. The interior is chiefly open plan and is currently arranged with a kitchen and dining area to one end, with a large living area at the other, two double bedroom and a utility room and bathroom as side rooms. The property has many attractive and appealing features as from the original arched door, the five bay nave extending down one side with intricately crafted barrel vaulted ceiling which extends into the awe inspiring height above. Many of the lancet windows have retained their stained-glass panels and are divided by angle buttresses.

Most of the length of the main building has underfloor heating with the addition of two large wood-burning stoves providing a homely yet dramatic feel.

Outside there is a driveway which leads up to the church and off-street parking for numerous cars. The grounds wrap around the church and provide a blank canvass to create your own design.

St Johns Church is found in the popular Upper Brents area of Faversham within easy access to the town centre of this vibrant market town with its variety of shops, bars and restaurants. There are numerous leisure and recreational facilities available in the area as well as a number of schools including Queens Elizabeth Grammar School. Faversham also has a high speed rail service to London St Pancras as well as easy access onto the M2 motorway giving access to the M20 and M25.

Room Sizes
Living Room 17.30m x 10.54m (56'9 x 34'7)
Master Bedroom 9.12m x 5.21m (29'11 x 17'1)
Utility/Boot Room 2.95m x 2.90m (9'8 x 9'6)
Shower Room 2.97m x 2.57m (9'9 x 8'5)
Study/Bedroom 4.04m x 3.63m (13'3 x 11'11)

Faversham Area Guide

Faversham – A heritage town Faversham has around 500 listed buildings. Abbey Street is sometimes referred to as one of the finest medieval streets in southeast England. The town has a good mix of cafés, restaurants and independent stores. If you’re interested in living in Faversham, come into our Faversham office and we can help find a property to sui