The property dates back to the 14th century and displays a host of exceptional period features throughout. The property has been beautifully maintained and has seen numerous improvements over the years, creating a superb fusion of period style and modern convenience.

The front door opens into a charming reception room, with a bow bay window and a heavily beamed ceiling. From here, a door leads to a useful cellar, ideal for storage, whilst another door leads to a splendid drawing room. This has a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, a great ceiling height and an exposed brick chimney breast with a wood burning stove and a flagstone hearth. To the rear of the house, there is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room, with stable doors and lovely views over the gardens. The kitchen has been fitted with an excellent range of traditionally styled units, set around oak work surfaces, a twin sink, a pantry and an attractive ceramic tiled floor. A beautiful featured wooden staircase leads up to a galleried landing on the first floor. There are two generously proportioned double bedrooms on this floor, one at the front of the house and one to the rear. The rear bedroom has a dual aspect with some wonderful mullioned windows. Completing the first floor accommodation, there is a well-appointed bathroom with a double ended bath and shower and an impressive library/sitting room, with exposed beams, wood panelling and extensive fitted shelving.

On the second floor, a galleried landing leads to two double bedrooms, each with beautiful beamed and vaulted ceilings. The main bedroom is to the rear of the top floor and is an especially good size double room, with ample built-in storage and a stunning en-suite wet room.

The rear garden has been beautifully planted and creates a tremendous sense of privacy, but also provides a wonderful backdrop to this fine period home. There is a timber shed and a gate, which opens onto a gravelled parking area which provides off road parking for two cars.

Room Sizes
Dining Room 5.77m x 4.27m (18'11 x 14'0)
Living Room 7.06m x 4.27m (23'2 x 14'0)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.99m x 4.27m (19'8 x 14'0)
Library/Sitting Room 6.73m x 4.75m (22'1 x 15'7)
Bedroom 4.27m x 3.68m (14'0 x 12'1)
Bedroom 3.78m x 3.38m (12'5 x 11'1)
Bedroom 8.18m x 3.23m (26'10 x 10'7)
Bedroom 3.51m x 2.87m (11'6 x 9'5)
Cellar 5.59m x 4.09m (18'4 x 13'5)

Faversham Area Guide

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