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3 Bedroom House For Sale - Guide Price £475,000

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Stunning period conversion

Formerly village butchers and cottage

Thoughtful restoration

Well finished throughout

Adaptable accommodation

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A thoughtful, renovation of this Grade II listed, period building in the village of Springe. The former village butcher’s shops and adjoining cottage is situated in Ospringe Street, which is just over a mile from the Historic Market town of Faversham with its high speed railway links to London.

Well-appointed and finished to the highest standard throughout, while maintaining period charm, this property really must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the size and adaptable accommodation on offer. The house can be accessed from either the cottage or main building front doors, which both in turn offer, bright spacious accommodation, suitable for a growing or extended family, or perhaps a fabulous home office. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of wall and base units, together with fitted oven and hob. There is access to a small cellar via a trap door, where it is possible to see remnants of possibly the old Roman Road. On the first floor are three, very good size bedroom, one with en-suite shower room, plus a further family shower room. A small dressing room/play area adjoins bedroom 2, which while having some restricted headroom, is still a great space. A charming staircase leads up to the attic room, which while not having natural light directly, is well-lit and benefits from borrowed light from the stairwell.

Outside, there is an enclosed sandstone courtyard garden with additional side storage areas. A gate leads to the rear, which in turn opens into the car park. 1 allocated space comes with the house, and there is also visitor parking available.

Property of this quality is always in strong demand and an early viewing is recommended to ensure you are not left disappointed.

. Secondary glazed units have been fitted to the front windows to offer thermal and acoustic insulation, retaining the original sashes.

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Description:
 A thoughtful, renovation of this Grade II listed, period building in the village of Springe. The former village butcherís shops and adjoining cottage is situated in Ospringe Street, which is just over a mile from the Historic Market town of Faversham with its high speed railway links to London. Well-appointed and finished to the highest standard throughout, while maintaining period charm, this property really must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the size and adaptable accommodation on offer. The house can be accessed from either the cottage or main building front doors, which both in turn offer, bright spacious accommodation, suitable for a growing or extended family, or perhaps a fabulous home office. The kitchen is well fitted with a range of wall and base units, together with fitted oven and hob. There is access to a small cellar via a trap door, where it is possible to see remnants of possibly the old Roman Road. On the first floor are three, very good size bedroom, one with en-suite shower room, plus a further family shower room. A small dressing room/play area adjoins bedroom 2, which while having some restricted headroom, is still a great space. A charming staircase leads up to the attic room, which while not having natural light directly, is well-lit and benefits from borrowed light from the stairwell. Outside, there is an enclosed sandstone courtyard garden with additional side storage areas. A gate leads to the rear, which in turn opens into the car park. 1 allocated space comes with the house, and there is also visitor parking available. Property of this quality is always in strong demand and an early viewing is recommended to ensure you are not left disappointed. . Secondary glazed units have been fitted to the front windows to offer thermal and acoustic insulation, retaining the original sashes.

  
Reception Room:
 12'10" x 16'3" (3.91m x 4.95m)
 
  
Dining Room:
 14'4" x 11'11" (4.37m x 3.63m)
 
  
Sitting Room:
 14'4" x 15'7" (4.37m x 4.75m)
 
  
Kitchen:
 16'0" x 7'3" (4.88m x 2.21m)
 
  
Bedroom 1:
 14'1" x 16'3" (4.29m x 4.95m)
 
  
Bedroom 2:
 14'6" x 12'1" (4.42m x 3.68m)
 
  
Bedroom 3:
 8'2" x 11'4" (2.49m x 3.45m)
 
  
Dressing Room/Play Room:
 16'0" x 7'6" (4.88m x 2.29m)
 
  
Loft Room:
 10'2" x 11'8" (3.10m x 3.56m)
 
  
Floor Plan 1

IMPORTANT NOTICE

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.