33 West Street is a handsome Grade II listed, Georgian fronted property in a highly accessible location within easy reach of the town centre. The house retains many beautiful period features of the era and has wonderfully proportioned accommodation with tall ceilings and large windows. The layout is largely as originally set out, which maintains the character and feel of the house and later extensions have added further to the property. enabling it to work well for modern day family life.
On entering the property through the traditional front door, you are greeted by the welcoming large entrance hall. The grand living room and spacious dining room are discovered off the hall. The kitchen is located towards the rear of the property, as well as a downstairs shower room.
Off the first floor landing the first of the two bedrooms and family bathroom are accessed. The principal bedroom sits to the front of the house and covers the width of the property with two sash windows. The second bedroom is another well appointed double room with views of the gardens. The bathroom includes bath, w/c and basin.
Stairs lead from the first landing to the second floor landing and two further accommodatingly sized bedrooms. Bedroom three is another double bedroom, whilst bedroom four is a generously sized single room, or could be used as a home study.
Outside the property boasts a well established, large, south facing garden – surprising in size for a property so close to the town centre. The garden can be accessed direct from the street via the side of the house and from either a door leading from the kitchen, or French doors from the dining room.
The garden is mostly laid to lawn and also includes a patio, well established flower beds, trees and a shed tucked away out of sight. It makes for the perfect place to spend time in the spring and summer months.
Faversham’s bustling, historic town centre is just a short two minute walk from West Street, Faversham mainline railway station is an eight minute walk, with services to London St Pancras, Victoria stations, Cannon Street and Kings Cross taking just over an hour. Junction 6 of the M2 motorway is a five minute drive away.
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, including the Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School. Alternatively, nearby Canterbury offers an excellent range of educational facilities, including a number of independent schools.