Miles and Barr are delighted to bring to the market this gorgeous two bedroom traditional Victorian cottage. The property is situated right at the end of a row of cottages just off Grove Place known as Lindfield Cottages in the Ospringe area of Faversham. Originally constructed around 1870, the house boasts well proportioned rooms and a generous rear garden.

The village of Ospringe is a popular part of Faversham to the West of the town, the house is only a 20 minute walk from the rail station with regular and high speed services to London. Both Sainsbury's and Morrison's supermarkets are within a 20 minute walk and there's a well regarded primary school within around 5 minutes walking distance from the front door.

Enter the property into the lounge which is a good size and features a log burner, giving the room a real country cottage feel. As you head through the property past the stairs which run through the middle you enter the spacious dining room with understairs storage cupboard and this is open to the kitchen which is in a single storey extension and bends in an 'L' shape around the bathroom. The bathroom is accessed via a rear porch which also provides access to the rear garden. Both the kitchen and bathroom are finished to a good standard. On the first floor there are two good sized double bedrooms either side of the central staircase.

Externally the rear garden offers a patio seating area and then walkway through flower beds, leading to the brick built shed, which has recently been converted to create an office space, ideal for home working. There is parking available directly outside the front of the property.

We feel this would make a fantastic first time purchase or small family home.

Room Sizes
Lounge 3.69 x 3.32 (12'1" x 10'10")
Dining Room 3.69 x 3 (12'1" x 9'10")
Kitchen 3.37 x 2.46 (11'0" x 8'0")
Bathroom 1.75 x 1.44 (5'8" x 4'8")
Rear Porch 1.09 x 0.94 (3'6" x 3'1")
Bedroom One 3.69 x 3.32 (12'1" x 10'10")
Bedroom Two 3.69 x 2.95 (12'1" x 9'8")

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