Your Move Faversham Local Area Guide

How is the Faversham property market performing?

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Average property price in Faversham

£367,722
+15.1%
Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Faversham covers.
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Average rental price in Faversham

£1,059
pcm
+10.5%
Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Faversham in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Faversham?

Faversham is a charming market town steeped in History

 

The local market

The centre of the town its cobbled streets Grade II listed properties and traditional character houses are always in demand. These houses have held their value over the last few years and remain highly sought after. In the outlying villages there is plenty of choice and prices remain competitive. The overall growth of house prices was marginally up over the last few months which would suggest that buying now could just be the right time.

 

Location

There is a complete mix of residents if Faversham, taking advantage of our good commute links we are just an hour away on London On the High Speed One train taking advantage of being high speed from Ebbsfleet. The interchanger station at Faversham offers services to London, Canterbury, Whitstable, Thanet and Dover. Our Motorway is easily found o the edge of town, where you will now see further new build development under way over the next few years.

 

Properties

Your Move in Faversham has a wide selection of property presently, with price often starting in our town at around £210,0000, up to over £1m. The popular areas of the town are close to the centre and The Mall and Abbey Street being popular; these are likely to be around the upper end of the price range. Some of the popular villages close to the centre include Throwley Forstall, Boughton Under Blean and Brogdale and prices here are again towards the middle to upper end. Again here you will find a variety of detached character property along side a range of popular family homes.

 

Restaurants and shopping

There is a mix of shopping in the town with the local shops and traders selling an eclectic mix of fine arts and craft and local produce. A visit to Faversham is certain to tempt your taste buds, and you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to places to eat across the town.

Whether it's dining out at a delicious restaurant, calling into a cosy pub for a hearty lunch, or relaxing in a quaint cafe or tearoom, it's all on the menu in Faversham. Indulge in afternoon tea in a range of unique settings, or find local produce at farm shops including Makenade and Brodale.

Whether it's dining out at a delicious restaurant, calling into a cosy pub for a hearty lunch, or relaxing in a quaint cafe or tearoom, it's all on the menu in Faversham. Indulge in afternoon tea in a range of unique settings, or find local produce at farm shops including Brodale. And Makenade Food Hall.