Detling Avenue, Broadstairs, CT10

2 bedroom Bungalow - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

DECEPTIVELY LARGE, DURABLE LAYOUT, TWO BEDROOM, THREE RECEPTION ROOM, DETACHED BUNGALOW!!!

Miles & Barr are extremely delighted to bring to the market this detached bungalow situated on Detling Avenue only a short walk from one of our many blue flag beaches, close to a number of great schools and public transport. Upon entering the bungalow through the porch, accommodation comprises of a large hall with doors into the huge lounge and study to the front of the property, two family bathrooms one offering a bath with shower over and one with a walk in shower. Furthermore there is also a large galley kitchen with space under the work tops for a dishwasher and washing machine, unlike many of properties this bungalow also offers a separate dining room. To the rear of the property there are also two large double bedrooms, the master boasting sea views. The layout is extremely flexible with the study and dining room being potential bedrooms, resulting in a bungalow with four bedrooms and one reception room. Externally this bungalow comprises of off street parking for a couple of cars on the half paved, half lawned front garde, side access with an outside store to the side of the bungalow and a beautiful rear lawned rear garden with sea views from the patio.

CALL MILES AND BARR TODAY ON 01843 888444 TO BOOK YOUR VIEWINGS ON THIS DECEPTIVELY LARGE DETACHED BUNGALOW!!!

Room Sizes
Reception Room 5.89m x 3.43m (19'4 x 11'3)
Dining Room/ Third Bedroom 3.25m x 2.90m (10'8 x 9'6)
Shower Room 2.21m x 1.68m (7'3 x 5'6)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.67m x 2.54m (15'4 x 8'4 )
Bedroom One 4.27m x 3.99m (14'0 x 13'1)
Bedroom Two 3.05m x 2.67m (10'0 x 8'9 )
Bathroom 2.06m x 1.45m (6'9 x 4'9)
Study 2.67m x 2.18m (8'9 x 7'2)
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Broadstairs Area Guide

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