Victorian church school conversion for sale in Kent:spectacular 'upside-down' Gothic-style home in Faversham has 1,100sq ft living room and three bedrooms

This unusual upside-down apartment in a former Victorian church school comes with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and a huge open-plan entertaining space.

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A three-bedroom apartment with as much character as it has square footage is for sale in the picturesque market town of Faversham in Kent.

A cluster of flats has been carved from the original Grade II listed church school building, with this 2,600sq ft apartment at its centre.

For sale for £600,000, the three-bedroom home has an unusual upside-down layout across two storeys, with sleeping quarters on the ground floor and a dramatic 1,150sq ft open-plan living, kitchen and dining space on the first floor.

The apartment is bursting with original features including exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, stained glass and an elegant spiral staircase.

The gated conversion comes with parking and a paved patio area.

It is centrally located in the busy market town in rural Kent – a favourite destination for tourists for its olde world feel and ancient architecture.

Faversham is about an hour’s drive from London and approximately the same by train from Victoria and St Pancras.


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