3 bed House
Edith Road, Faversham
Miles and Barr are delighted to offer this stunning end of terrace Victorian home on Edith Road, Faversham
The current owner has sympathetically renovated this beautiful property to a high standard, the rooms are neutral and light, original floor boards have been preserved and brickwork exposed. Edith road has some great examples of wonderful Victorian architecture and this home is no exception, the ornate façade, intricate brick work and decorative window mullion really sets it apart in the town.
The accommodation in brief consists of entrance hall, bay fronted lounge with log burner, dining room, WC, shaker style kitchen, two basement rooms, the first an approved bedroom or possibly home office or gym, the second a wine cellar and storage. First floor two bedrooms and the well appointed family bathroom with both bath and shower cubicle, another separate WC. Second floor, master bedroom with en suite shower room and roof top views over the town.
Externally there is a pretty rear garden, perfect for summer dining and crucially two gated off street parking spaces - truly like gold dust in central Faversham!
An impressive family home offering ample and versatile accommodation, a stones throw to the mainline station into London or a short stroll to the high street, please check out the virtual tour to appreciate all on offer and then call Miles & Barr on 01795 507111 to arrange your viewing.
Faversham is one of England s most historic and charming towns, nestled between the Kent Downs and the austere beauty of its coastal wetlands. This picturesque market town is steeped in history with nearly 500 listed buildings, the famous Shepherd Neame Brewery, Britain s oldest which was founded in 1698 and a thriving Town Centre which was nominated as a Rising Star in the Great British High Street Awards in October 2015.Hosting markets every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, the Best of Faversham market is on the first and third Saturday of each month, with Antiques and Vintage on the first Sunday. Faversham dates from pre-Roman times, is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is a bustling place with a fine range of independent shops. It has a good selection of primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which is the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.Faversham has some of the best walking in England, with way-marked routes through stunning Kent countryside with cycle route 1 passing through. The town also offers excellent leisure facilities with an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, a large park and recreation ground, a museum and numerous pubs and restaurants. Two minutes from the M2 and just over an hour from London by mainline train as well as the High Speed Rail Link, Faversham is easily accessible and is an excellent base for exploring local leisure activities and places of interest from country houses and gardens to the national fruit collection to internationally important nature reserves.
4.24m x 3.48m (13'11 x 11'5)
4.24m x 3.20m (13'11 x 10'6)
4.42m x 2.36m (14'6 x 7'9)
Basement Room / Approved Bedroom
4.17m x 3.35m (13'08 x 11'00)
Second Basement Room / Wine Cellar
4.06m x 3.05m (13'04 x 10'00)
4.24m x 3.48m (13'11 x 11'05)
3.51m x 2.36m (11'06 x 7'09)
3.25m x 2.36m (10'08 x 7'09)
4.42m x 4.11m (14'06 x 13'06)
2.21m x 1.04m (7'03 x 3'05)
Two Gated Off Street Parking Spaces