Occupying a generous corner plot in one of Faversham’s most prestigious and desirable roads on the Western fringes of the town centre, this imposing and very attractive four bedroom detached Edwardian family home offers spacious and flexible accommodation with some very interesting, original and unique architectural features. Originally constructed around 1905 it is understood that the house was built for the Borough Surveyor and internally has some distinctive tapered door and window joinery work. There’s a beautiful, original tiled floor in the hallway, original panelled doors, beautiful cornicing and other period features sure to delight even the most discerning of buyers.

The internal accommodation in brief comprises; bay fronted entrance hallway with cloak/ WC off, dual aspect dining room with bay window to front and sharing a bay to the side with the lounge at the rear with sliding patio doors to the garden. Theres a spacious breakfast room opening onto the well appointed kitchen with integrated appliances which in turn leads to the utility room. Downstairs is a useful cellar and upstairs are four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from en-suite facilities and in all the accommodation extends to over 2,100 square feet.

Externally the house is set back with a small lawn and to the rear is a pleasant walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders, paved terrace, greenhouse and access to the double garage which is accessed off Ethelbert Road.

Room Sizes
Entrance Hall 6.50m x 4.24m (21'4 x 13'11)
Lounge 5.00m x 4.45m plus 4.37m x 2.69m (16'5 x 14'7 plus
Dining Room 4.65m x 4.57m (15'3 x 15'0)
Breakfast Room 3.89m x 3.68m (12'9 x 12'1 )
Kitchen 3.48m x 2.87m (11'5 x 9'5)
Utility Room 2.87m x 1.63m (9'5 x 5'4)
Cellar 3.76m x 3.73m (12'4 x 12'3)
Bedroom One 4.42m x 4.27m (14'6 x 14'16)
Bedroom Two 3.91m x 3.68m (12'10 x 12'1)
Bedroom Three 4.57m x 3.94m (15'0 x 12'11)
Bedroom Four 3.76m x 2.31m (12'4 x 7'7)
Bath and Shower Room 2.87m x 2.31m (9'5 x 7'7)

Faversham Area Guide

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