Louisa Bay Apartments is a most deceptive, individual array of properties, located within the well renowned Grand Mansions placed on Broadstairs Cliff Tops, a most sought-after residential location, close to Viking & Louisa Bays golden Beaches, and Broadstairs quaint pier.

Substantially improved by the present owners over recent years, the property stands within the lower ground floor, and provides immaculately presented, light, spacious and well appointed accommodation which benefits from gas fired central heating, well appointed kitchen with integrated appliances, granite worktops and an complementary island to name a few of the benefits within the kitchen, the living room is a family room and connecting the accommodation effortlessly is the Master Bedroom and En-Suite.

The apartment entrance leads into an attractive reception hallway, with Victorian skirting, ornate coving finished with polished sandstone to the entrance floor and opening leading to the other accommodation.

A magnificent and superbly appointed thoughtfully designed kitchen with granite work surfaces complements the home hugely and is an ideal entertaining space.

Also to the ground floor is a superbly appointed bathroom with travertine bowls and granite plinths', polished sandstone all adds the luxurious feel.

With demand remaining high for those few properties that become available in prime, close to the seafront positions, we strongly recommend interested prospective purchasers arrange an early viewing appointment without delay.

A nearby regular bus service, an approximate minutes walk, providing access to various destinations, Broadstairs bustling town centre and harbourside, where can be found a range of shopping and commercial facilities, excellent range of restaurants, bars, numerous water sports clubs for sailors of all abilities.

Room Sizes
Master Bedroom 3.40m x 4.14m
Entrance Hallway 2.06m x 6.50m
Kitchen 4.57m x 5.69m
Lounge 5.38m x 5.69m
En-Suite Bathroom 3.23m x 3.84m
Seperate Cloakroom 1.04m x 1.78m

Broadstairs Area Guide

Broadstairs – The Jewel in the Crown The town is known as the ‘Jewel in Thanet’s Crown’ and was formally called Bradstow(e) – meaning broad place. There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub. The town has a thrivi