This Unique extended grade 2 listed home has been lovingly restored, it was previously a public house, believed to date back to the 1600's. The Mechanics Arms has been sympathetically renovated, restoring the original features, whilst also being extended, providing a superb mix of characterful features and modern day luxury.

The front door opens into a spacious reception hall, double doors bearing the Mechanics Arms open into a truly spectacular open plan family room which includes exposed beams and brickwork, stripped wide plank flooring, cornice work and an entire wall encompassing a bookcase/storage unit using wood from the original bar. The focal point of the room is the central wood burning stove.

A staircase from this room descend to a useful cellar, currently used for storage.

The extended kitchen/dining room, featuring vaulted ceilings, being well lit with two large rooflights, window and double glazed French doors, opening onto the rear garden.

This open plan space provides an excellent entertaining area, with space for a large dining table and easy access to the garden, provided by the French doors. The fully enclosed, rear sunny garden with patio area, a low-level wall separates the patio area from the main lawned area, which is broken by established trees and shrubs, there is the added bonus of a outbuilding with many opportunities.

A door from the side of the kitchen opens into a useful utility room, providing space for your white goods, which itself provides access to the downstairs shower room, to include shower, toilet and basin.

Upstairs you have a galleried landing, the well-proportioned master bedroom to the front of the house is light and airy, this bedroom benefits from a large, stylish walk-in ensuite shower room, as well as a walk-in wardrobe. There are three further double bedrooms and a good size family bathroom.

The attention to detail and use of high quality natural materials are evident throughout the house, resulting in a high-end home

Room Sizes
Ground Floor
Sitting Room/Family room 9.15 x 5.09 (30'0" x 16'8")

Kitchen / Dining Room 5.61 x 4.87 (18'4" x 15'11")

Utility Room 5.77 x 1.79 (18'11" x 5'10")

First Floor
Bedroom 5.05 x 4.47 (16'6" x 14'7")

Bedroom 3.87 x 3.48 (12'8" x 11'5")

Second Floor
Bedroom 3.99 x 2.42 (13'1" x 7'11")

Bedroom 5.21 x 3.19 (17'1" x 10'5")

Bathroom
External
Cellar
Rear Garden

Faversham Area Guide

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