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Beautifully presented period home

Sought after conservation area location

Close to town and station

Period detail throughout

Luxury bathroom

Superb, well appointed kitchen

Situated in the heart of Faversham's sought after conservation area is this charming, extremely well presented period house which really should be at the top of your 'to view' list.

Beckett Street is situated just off Napleton Road but is accessed via West Street and Hatch Lane, making this a quiet road unaffected by constant traffic and creates a peaceful, yet convenient location. The current owners have expertly restored many of the original features, while adding modern materials and contemporary design to enhance the living spaces. On entering the house, you step into the sitting room, which has plantation shutters at the window, stripped floor boards and an open fireplace, should you wish to install a log burner or have an open grate (subject of course to inspection and sweeping, as not currently used for this purpose). Stairs run through the middle of the house and a small lobby opens up into the dining room. Again, stripped floor boards and period detail add to the room and this is also where you will find a door with stairs leading down to the cellar, which provides, great, dry storage. The kitchen opens up from the dining room and is a contemporary design, incorporating plenty of cupboard space, together with integrated appliances and a modern feel that blends well with the older house. Beyond this is access to the garden and a useful downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs, there are 2 double bedrooms, again with plantation shutters and a keen eye for period detail. The rear bedroom leads into the luxury, traditional style bathroom which is expertly designed to maximise the space and has high level WC, roll top bath and a separate, spacious shower cubicle. All the sanitary ware and fittings are excellent quality. Outside, the garden has not been overlooked in the refurbishment and a lawn area is edged with raised beds which leads to a rear patio area. There is a passageway leading to the front of the terrace which allows for bin storage or bicycles.

Property of this quality in the conservation area is always highly prized and you are encouraged to book an early appointment to ensure you do not miss out on this beautiful home.

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Description:
 Situated in the heart of Faversham's sought after conservation area is this charming, extremely well presented period house which really should be at the top of your 'to view' list. Beckett Street is situated just off Napleton Road but is accessed via West Street and Hatch Lane, making this a quiet road unaffected by constant traffic and creates a peaceful, yet convenient location. The current owners have expertly restored many of the original features, while adding modern materials and contemporary design to enhance the living spaces. On entering the house, you step into the sitting room, which has plantation shutters at the window, stripped floor boards and an open fireplace, should you wish to install a log burner or have an open grate (subject of course to inspection and sweeping, as not currently used for this purpose). Stairs run through the middle of the house and a small lobby opens up into the dining room. Again, stripped floor boards and period detail add to the room and this is also where you will find a door with stairs leading down to the cellar, which provides, great, dry storage. The kitchen opens up from the dining room and is a contemporary design, incorporating plenty of cupboard space, together with integrated appliances and a modern feel that blends well with the older house. Beyond this is access to the garden and a useful downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs, there are 2 double bedrooms, again with plantation shutters and a keen eye for period detail. The rear bedroom leads into the luxury, traditional style bathroom which is expertly designed to maximise the space and has high level WC, roll top bath and a separate, spacious shower cubicle. All the sanitary ware and fittings are excellent quality. Outside, the garden has not been overlooked in the refurbishment and a lawn area is edged with raised beds which leads to a rear patio area. There is a passageway leading to the front of the terrace which allows for bin storage or bicycles. Property of this quality in the conservation area is always highly prized and you are encouraged to book an early appointment to ensure you do not miss out on this beautiful home.

  
Lounge:
 13'10" x 10'0" (4.22m x 3.05m)
 
  
Dining Room:
 13'0" x 10'10" (3.96m x 3.30m)
 
  
Kitchen:
 8'11" x 7'5" (2.72m x 2.26m)
 
  
Cloakroom:
  
  
Bedroom 1:
 13'0" x 10'10" (3.96m x 3.30m)
 
  
Bedroom 2:
 13'0" x 10'10" (3.96m x 3.30m)
 
  
Bathroom:
  
  
Garden:
  
  
Floor Plan 1

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Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.