A stunning example of a Wealden Kent Farm house dating back to the 16th century with a large Georgian addition added in the early 18th century. Full of features and set in a good plot amongst neighbouring former farmstead properties. The property is accessed on a Gravel Driveway which is owned by this property passing through the former Farm. There is ample parking both on a gravel drive and also in the old barn which could also be converted subject to necessary permissions. Once inside you will be exposed to a true piece of local heritage.
The current owner has restored many original features and approached all works sympathetically and whilst trying to maintain all original features and materials. The layout is spacious and all the living and bedrooms are of excellent size. It is impossible to get across the feel and scope of this property in such a limited description and as such an early viewing is highly recommended.
The picturesque market town of Faversham is ideally located for coast & country, with excellent transport links including high speed rail links into London St. Pancras. Its countryside is the ultimate pub-walk territory, with many trails leading you through Kent’s varied scenery, from the heights of the Kent Downs through the ancient woodlands, blossoming orchards, breath-taking marshes & nature reserves on the Saxon Shore Way.
Faversham is proud of its rich history; it has over 500 listed buildings and was an important area during Roman, Saxon and through to modern times. In addition to its olde-worlde charm, Faversham has much to offer, from its regular specialist and charter markets, independent shops, retro cinema and indoor/outdoor swimming pool to beautiful walks and maritime heritage.
Faversham is a wonderful place to live for individuals and families alike.