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2 Bedroom House Sold STC - Guide Price £285,000

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Bay fronted victorian house

Town centre location

Potential for further improvement

Two reception rooms

Two double bedrooms

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11 Cross Lane has been used for many years as commercial property being home to a local Osteopath and seamstress. The owners have now applied for and received planning consent for the property to be returned to residential status and now offers the opportunity for somebody to turn this charming, red brick, bay fronted house back into a town house.

Cross Lane is a pedestrian walkway right in the heart of Faversham, which while being away from passing traffic offers easy, resident parking in the central car park and access to all local amenities on foot.

On entering the house, step into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the reception rooms. Some original features still remain including a cast iron fireplace in the sitting room and built in cupboards to the chimney breast recesses in the dining room. A door and brick stairs lead down to the cellar, which is surprisingly dry and spacious and offers potential for conversion if required. A stud partition hallway has been installed between the dining room and kitchen, which could be easily removed if required to open this area back up. A useful cloakroom is beyond this and in turn, the hallway leads to the kitchen. This is a functional space, with lots of opportunity to open out into the covered area at the rear and create a really good size kitchen and perhaps incorporate a utility area. Upstairs, a small landing gives access to the two double bedrooms, both with original fireplaces, with the 2nd bedroom leading to the newly fitted bathroom. Outside is a courtyard garden with rear pedestrian access.

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Description:
 11 Cross Lane has been used for many years as commercial property being home to a local Osteopath and seamstress. The owners have now applied for and received planning consent for the property to be returned to residential status and now offers the opportunity for somebody to turn this charming, red brick, bay fronted house back into a town house. Cross Lane is a pedestrian walkway right in the heart of Faversham, which while being away from passing traffic offers easy, resident parking in the central car park and access to all local amenities on foot. On entering the house, step into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and doors to the reception rooms. Some original features still remain including a cast iron fireplace in the sitting room and built in cupboards to the chimney breast recesses in the dining room. A door and brick stairs lead down to the cellar, which is surprisingly dry and spacious and offers potential for conversion if required. A stud partition hallway has been installed between the dining room and kitchen, which could be easily removed if required to open this area back up. A useful cloakroom is beyond this and in turn, the hallway leads to the kitchen. This is a functional space, with lots of opportunity to open out into the covered area at the rear and create a really good size kitchen and perhaps incorporate a utility area. Upstairs, a small landing gives access to the two double bedrooms, both with original fireplaces, with the 2nd bedroom leading to the newly fitted bathroom. Outside is a courtyard garden with rear pedestrian access.

  
Lounge:
 14'10" x 11'5" (4.52m x 3.48m)
 
  
Dining Room:
 13'4" x 11'5" (4.06m x 3.48m)
 
  
Kitchen:
 8'10" x 7'10" (2.69m x 2.39m)
 
  
Cellar:
 14'3" x 13'1" (4.34m x 3.99m)
 
  
Bedroom 1:
 14'9" x 12'10" (4.50m x 3.91m)
 
  
Bedroom 2:
 14'9" x 13'6" (4.50m x 4.11m)
 
  
Bathroom:
 11'11" x 7'10" (3.63m x 2.39m)
 
  
Floor Plan 1

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