- Houseboat in Conservation Area
- 2 Bedrooms
- Fitted Kitchen
- Deck Area
- Wooden Flooring
Property SummaryTwo bedroom houseboat to let in Faversham Conservation Area. Available Immediately. Viewing is strictly by appointment only, call Our Herne Bay office on 01227 360226 for an appointment to view.
Looking for a unique and alternative way of living? Then look no further than this rarely available, traditional houseboat moored on Faversham Creek.
On entering the property you will find stairs leading to the upper and lower decks. The upper deck consists of a lounge with wooden flooring and 14 large porthole windows, making the room light and airy.
To the lower deck you will find a well equipped galley kitchen with ample storage cupboards, rolled edge work surface incorpatating an electric hob and oven below, built in fridge, seperate freezer and wooden flooring.
In bedroom one you will find a built in double bed. In bedroom two there are two, built in single beds, two roof light windows and a free standing wood burner. On this deck you will also find the wetroom with walk-in shower, a wall mounted hand basin with storage under, low level wc and tiled floor.
Lounge 18'3" x 9'10"
Kitchen 10' x 8'6"
Bedroom One 12' x 11'6"
Bedroom Two 10'6" x 12'10"
The outside has an open deck area and ample parking on the quayside.
Situated in historic Standard Quay, with it's quirky range of independent shops and retail outlets along with a champagne bar, garden centre, tea rooms and forthcoming restaurant.
The medieval town of Faversham lies between the beautiful rolling downs and sweeping flatlands of the North Kent marshes.
The town has a mainline station with a regular service to London Victoria, Cannon Street and Charing Cross and a high speed link to London St. Pancras. The nearby M2 motorway gives excellent and fast access to London which is approximately 48 miles, the Cathedral City of Canterbury (approx. 9 miles away) and the Kent coast.
Faversham has a good range of amenities, including an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a cinema, a museum, a park and recreation ground as well as numerous pubs, coffee shops and restaurants.
The attractive high street and jostling market square cater for a wide range of tastes with its high street shops and independent retailers as well as quaint tea rooms and eateries.
It has a good selection of primary schools and two secondary schools, one of which is the renowned Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.
For a wider range of amenities, you have the Cathedral city of Canterbury and the seaside town of Whitstable. Canterbury offers a superb array of shopping, recreational and educational amenities, including a good selection of both state and private schools.
Whitstable (approx. 9 miles) has an excellent high street with a good selection of independent, boutique style shops, along with its bustling harbour and picturesque quayside.