Hawkesford James, ME10
|Properties||Number of properties||Avg. asking price||Avg. listing age|
|Residential for sale||21||£250,762||19 weeks||Residential to rent||17||£780 pcm||4 weeks|
|Commercial for sale||1||£130,000||25 weeks|
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Latest residential property for sale
Ideally situated for Sittingbourne’s Town Centre & Railway Station, this bay fronted mid terrace house is offered for sale with the benefit of no forward chain. The ground floor accommodation offers a sociable layout with a lounge to the front, and a ...
£395,000 Guide price
Guide Price: £395,000 to £420,000 Balancing comfort with elegant entertaining, this light and spacious home has been creatively refurbished and remodeled to provide 1123 (104.4 Sq.M) of modern living accommodation.
If you are looking for a Victorian cottage in a popular residential area with excellent transport links, look no further than this two bedroom property with a loft room! The internal accommodation comprises a lounge, dining room, modern fitted ...
Latest residential property to rent
£775 pcm (£179 pw)
This light and airy modern ground floor apartment offers in our opinion, a well planned living accommodation with a sociable layout. The property is pleasantly tucked away on the popular Bovis development in the Thistle Hill area of Minster on Sea.
£799 pcm (£184 pw)
View now or be disappointed! This modern first floor apartment offers very spacious living accommodation and is situated in the sought after Village of Iwade. Internal accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, lounge/diner, modern fitted ...
£775 pcm (£179 pw)
Situated on the sought after Sonora Fields development sits this modern two bedroom ground floor apartment. The internal accommodation comprises an entrance hall, lounge with French doors overlooking a green area, a modern fitted kitchen with ...
Latest commercial property for sale
£130,000 Offers over Bedlington Square, Market Place, Faversham ME13
Saddlers Café Bistro is situated at the heart of the Historic Market Town of Faversham within a 17th Century building overlooking the market square and Stilted Guildhall in what is arguably the most prominent location in the centre of town.