Keller Williams UK
3 bed End of Terrace House Sold STC

Broomfield Road, Faversham, Kent

£220,000 Offers In Excess Of

Property Description

  • No Onward Chain
  • Short Walk To Town Centre
  • Off Road Parking
  • Investment Opportunity
  • Easy Access To London

This three-bedroom end of terrace home is a fantastic opportunity for investors looking to add value to an already successful rental property. With just a 10 minute walk to local shops and Faversham high street the property is in a fantastic location.

Open day to be held on Saturday the 9th of July. Viewing by appointment only.

Why buy this home?

With a successful history of being used as a portfolio property this home is a perfect opportunity for an investor looking to add value, with the option of flipping or releasing equity and establishing a long term lease. Moreover, it's a great opportunity for a family to take on a small project to create a home how they see fit.

A stones throw from the centre of Faversham, via Creek Bridge, the property offers brilliant access to all of the town's amenities. Morrisons is within walkable distance and other supermarkets are available nearby. The train station is less than a mile away with easy access to London.

Nestled behind the trees growing in the front garden is a home that stands out from the rest of its terrace. The vibrant wall tiles stand out from the yellow brick of its neighbours giving the home a welcoming feel.

The front door leads you straight into the heart of the home with the stairs to the 1st floor straight ahead, the kitchen to the right and lounge to the left. The kitchen draws a good amount of natural light from windows to the front and the rear. The appliances, cupboards and work tops are in need of updating however they provide ample space for cooking and storage. To the rear of the kitchen is the lean to extension, built before the current vendor's purchase, that provides extra storage and space for utilities.

The lean to then leads to the rear garden, a well used space with 4 separate growing beds with the current tenants using it as an allotment. Surrounded with wooden fences and hedging the garden has a good amount of privacy. There is a good sized storage shed in the garden too.

The kitchen also provides access to the lounge which completes the downstairs space. The lounge is a large well used space with room for multiple forms of seating in perfect position to view the TV.

Upstairs, the master and second bedroom are almost identical in size and both have plenty of room to fit double beds with walkways either side. The third bedroom is smaller but can fit a single bed, or alternatively be used as a home office space. Both the bathroom and W/C are in need of an update but the separation of the rooms allows for easier cohabitation for the occupants. There is also additional storage space in the loft.

This truly is a fantastic opportunity for investors to add value to a property to then flip or keep in their portfolio; or for a young family looking take on a small project and build out a home in a way that suits them.

More about the area...

The beautiful medieval market town of Faversham, roughly halfway between Sittingbourne and Canterbury on the A2, has evolved to provide visitors and residents a warm welcome and choice of experience, and a place to enjoy the fruits and local produce the area is famous for. There are over 300 listed buildings in Faversham, recording its extraordinary industrial past. Today you can browse the range of independent shops, galleries (Creek Creative), inns and tea rooms in the town's historic market place or quay side.

Faversham, recognised as nationally significant by many, is mentioned in the Doomsday Book and by the 1900s the area became the centre of the nation's explosives industry and manufactured gunpowder for the battles of Trafalgar and Waterloo. The town is home to Britain's Oldest Brewer - Shepherd Neame, which has been brewing beer since 1698 (however, history suggests that the drink was produced in Faversham for several centuries before that).

Faversham is also home to a host of fantastic schools such as Ethelbert Road Primary School and Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School
Council tax band: B

Lounge 18'6" x 11'4"

Kitchen 18'6" x 10'9"

Lean To 4'6" x 11'

Master Bedroom 12'5" x 9'5"

Bedroom 2 11'5" x 10'8"

Bedroom 3 9'7" x 7'

Bathroom 6'4" x 5'5"

W/C 5'6" x 2'6"


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