3 Bedroom Apartment
Church Road, Faversham

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£600,000
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Energy Efficiency Rating Current Potential
(92 to 100) A
(81 to 91) B
(69 to 80) C
73
79
(55 to 68) D
(39 to 54) E
(21 to 38) F
(1 to 20) G
Enviromental Impact (C02) Rating Current Potential
(92 to 100) A
(81 to 91) B
(69 to 80) C
71
77
(55 to 68) D
(39 to 54) E
(21 to 38) F
(1 to 20) G

3 Bedroom Apartment
Church Road, Faversham

£600,000

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Property

There's a slight wiff of Hogwarts about this Gothic style conversion in the picturesque market town of Faversham in Kent, mainly down to the fact that this imposing grade 2 listed building was once a school. These days it's a cluster of fine flats with this particular one sat proudly in the middle of the original building. The current owners haven't been shy in making sure that as much of the originality is on display and the accommodation is set up to maximise as much of the 2600 sq ft on offer.Laid out across two floors,the vast living space on the first floor takes centre stage with exposed beams, whitewashed brick work and vaulted ceilings dominating the space, all peppered with leaded and stained glass windows. It's bright and spacious up here with no draughty old building feel, it's very cosy for such a big room. Downstairs the character continues in equal measure throughout, the three double bedrooms and two bathrooms with the master suite having one of those en-suite and dressing areas. There's also a large cellar with scope for future potential but at the moment houses the utility room and a huge amount of storage.

Outside a private paved area is screened away allowing summer months to be enjoyed and to the front, once through the secure front gates, ample private parking is provided.

Local scene

Faversham is a busy market town in rural Kent. It's steeped in history and is a favourite haunt for many town dwellers to escape to for weekends and extended holiday periods. It's full of pretty buildings and heaving with cafes, restaurants, bars etc. It's fast becoming part of the artist scene that seems to be flocking to the south coast. It's also home to Shepherd Neame, Britains oldest brewery so you are guaranteed a good pint!

Our favourite bit

The beautiful open plan living space, it's warm and welcoming. The other overwhelming feeling we have is that this place offers opportunities as a full time home, investment, weekend retreat or dare we say it, perfect as an AirBnB.

Getting there 

Traffic depending, approx one hour from South East London along the M2. If you're on the train, there's a wide range of services to London, Victoria and St Pancras are accessible on direct routes that take around an hour. 

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Property

There's a slight wiff of Hogwarts about this Gothic style conversion in the picturesque market town of Faversham in Kent, mainly down to the fact that this imposing grade 2 listed building was once a school. These days it's a cluster of fine flats with this particular one sat proudly in the middle of the original building. The current owners haven't been shy in making sure that as much of the originality is on display and the accommodation is set up to maximise as much of the 2600 sq ft on offer.Laid out across two floors,the vast living space on the first floor takes centre stage with exposed beams, whitewashed brick work and vaulted ceilings dominating the space, all peppered with leaded and stained glass windows. It's bright and spacious up here with no draughty old building feel, it's very cosy for such a big room. Downstairs the character continues in equal measure throughout, the three double bedrooms and two bathrooms with the master suite having one of those en-suite and dressing areas. There's also a large cellar with scope for future potential but at the moment houses the utility room and a huge amount of storage.

Outside a private paved area is screened away allowing summer months to be enjoyed and to the front, once through the secure front gates, ample private parking is provided.

Local scene

Faversham is a busy market town in rural Kent. It's steeped in history and is a favourite haunt for many town dwellers to escape to for weekends and extended holiday periods. It's full of pretty buildings and heaving with cafes, restaurants, bars etc. It's fast becoming part of the artist scene that seems to be flocking to the south coast. It's also home to Shepherd Neame, Britains oldest brewery so you are guaranteed a good pint!

Our favourite bit

The beautiful open plan living space, it's warm and welcoming. The other overwhelming feeling we have is that this place offers opportunities as a full time home, investment, weekend retreat or dare we say it, perfect as an AirBnB.

Getting there 

Traffic depending, approx one hour from South East London along the M2. If you're on the train, there's a wide range of services to London, Victoria and St Pancras are accessible on direct routes that take around an hour. 

Arrange viewing