Ospringe Road, Faversham, ME13
‘Coryton’ is a double fronted, striking Victorian property discovered on Ospringe Road, Faversham – just a short distance from both the town centre and mainline railway station. With three large reception rooms, three bedrooms and a cellar – this property has lots to offer.
On entering the property through the period front door, you are greeted by the entrance hall, off which the rest of the ground floor accommodation is discovered. The ground floor includes – a large living room, with dual aspect to the front and rear of the property and French doors leading into the garden, a second open-plan living room which leads into a dining room, study area, and kitchen. Stairs lead from the entrance hall up to the first floor and down to the cellar. The cellar is currently used as storage and a laundry room.
Upstairs the three bedrooms, shower room and bathroom are all found off the landing. All three bedrooms are generously sized double bedrooms and include built-in storage. The bathroom towards the rear of the property includes shower over bath, lavatory and wash basin. The shower room includes shower, lavatory and wash basin.
Outside, the property has a modest garden to the front, containing shrubs and bushes and a garden to the rear. The rear garden includes a lawn, patio and useful shed. The property also boasts a large, two door garage, capable of parking one car with still plenty of space for storage.
The property has planning permission granted to demolish the existing garage and rebuild with a widened garage and single storey side extension to the main house built over the garage. Application number – 21/504834/FULL.
Faversham’s bustling, historic town centre is just a nine minute walk or three minute drive from Ospringe Road. Faversham mainline railway station is 12 minutes on foot or two minutes by car, with services to London St Pancras, Canon Street and Victoria stations taking just over an hour.
Faversham town centre is full of independent retailers, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a popular market held three days a week. Held under the iconic Guildhall; Faversham Market is believed to be the oldest in Kent, having been recorded in the Domesday book in 1086.
Faversham is steeped in history with its oldest building dating back to 1234. A lot of Faversham’s character comes from its charming architecture with buildings surviving from the medieval, Georgian and Victorian periods, through to the present day. The town is also home to Britain’s oldest brewery – Shepherd Neame.
The town contains several both ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated schools at both primary and secondary level.
Viewing highly recommended. To book your viewing, please contact Iliffe & Iliffe.