Reading Street, Broadstairs, CT10

3 bedroom Character Property - Detached for sale

Offers in Excess of £550,000 For Sale

Found in one of Broadstairs most sought after and prestigious addresses is this coach house, believed to date back to the late 1800’s, this delightful period home has many attractive and appealing features. The property is set back from the road and boasts two reception rooms and three bedrooms. One of the many benefits is the off street parking for numerous vehicles plus the double garage. The enclosed well-maintained garden has a covered patio, a further decked patio, raised vegetable garden and a variety of plants, shrubs and trees. There is a large garden shed, chicken coup and a large summerhouse with additional bike store and boot room with sink behind the garage.

Inside, the property has high ceilings, latch doors and a feature fireplace in the lounge with a wood-burner. The large kitchen/diner has granite work surfaces and a comprehensive range of cupboards and an integrated dishwasher.

Reading Street is found within easy reach of Joss Bay with its sandy beach, North Foreland golf club, local schools and amenities. The historic town centre of Broadstairs is within easy access with its numerous independent shops, bars and highly regarded restaurants, together with its sandy beach and popular promenade. Broadstairs also has a mainline railway station with high-speed rail link to London. There are also a number of highly regarded schools to be found in the area.

Room Sizes
Kitchen/Dining Room 4.88m x 4.70m (16'0 x 15'5)
Lounge 5.56m x 4.90m (18'3 x 16'1)
Bedroom One 4.80m x 2.79m (15'9 x 9'2)
Bedroom Two 4.60m x 2.26m (15'1 x 7'5)
Bedroom Three 4.09m x 2.44m (13'5 x 8'0)
Double Garage 5.87m x 5.36m (19'3 x 17'7)
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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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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