Published: 09:56, 28 November 2018
| Updated: 09:57, 28 November 2018
What would you do with this characterful 1920s house that has been in the same family for 60 years?
Five-bedroom detached home, Dormers is at Brogdale Road, Ospringe, Faversham and is priced at £795,000 with Strutt & Parker.
It needs refurbishment and has a croquet lawn and a garage within the 1.25 acre plot.
Central hallway leads to a large double aspect sitting room with fireplace and sliding doors opening to the garden. From the sitting room, a door leads into the dining room, also with doors to the garden.The kitchen is next to the dining room and there is a family room, utility, cloakroom and study.
On the first floor is the master bedroom, a light and sunny double aspect room with a dressing room. The four other bedrooms and family bathroom are also on the same floor and the agent feels the attic has potential to convert.
The gardens include the perfectly level croquet lawn with brick and timber open-fronted pavilion. A long rose bed edges the drive and there is sunny flagstone terrace across the back of the house.
Edward Church, of Strutt & Parker, says: “ Dormers is an excellent family home, offering spacious accommodation now requiring refurbishment.
"Understood to have been built in 1923 by William Whiting, Faversham’s premier builder of the period, the house has many delightful architectural features. Owned by the same family for the last 60 years or so, the house offers a wonderful opportunity to enhance and refurbish.”
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