The building, situated in the ancient market town of Faversham, was originally a school behind the Wesleyan church and it has now been converted into six mews houses, retaining the original windows and style. This has created a well designed interior with all that we demand from a modern home whilst maintaining the 19th century character of the building.
This is somewhere to escape from busy lives; to enjoy the company of friends and the quality of life offered by this area of Kent.
There are three bedrooms, two doubles and a single with a bunk bed, making it a comfortable place to stay for 6 people.
In addition to the en-suite shower room in the main bedroom on the second floor, there is a bathroom on the first floor and a toilet on the ground floor.
The house is really close to the railway station and there are regular trains to London or the Kent Coast.
Stratford International, for the 2012 Olympic games is on a direct line and just over an hour away (65 mins).
London Victoria is about 75 minutes and London St Pancras is only 70 minutes.
Canterbury is about 15 minutes and Whitstable only 10 minutes.
Faversham market, which is open on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday (when there is an emphasis on food and local farm produce), is the longest established market in Kent being active from before 1086.
The local area is full of places of interest, from country houses and gardens to the UK’s oldest brewery and its national fruit collection, and with a host of leisure activities available the Faversham area offers a relaxing but stimulating break.
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