Marine Drive, Broadstairs, CT10

3 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

Believed to have been finished in 1912 and designed by the architect Mariette Isaacs, this four bedroom home situated on the private 'Marine Drive' has an enviable cliff top location and boasts direct sea views. This property represents the perfect opportunity for a potential buyer that is looking for the perfect location and doesn't mind spending the time creating the dream home, the views are unbeatable, the property just requires modernising.

The ground floor currently comprises kitchen, cellar, cloakroom, dining room with wonderful sea views, a snug room and an incredibly spacious lounge with large windows overlooking the garden. The first floor adds a master bedroom with sea views and en-suite facilities with a door leading to the a staircase taking you onto the roof top and a further three bedrooms and a shower room.

Externally there is off street parking and a garage to the front of the property with side access to the substantial rear garden offering plenty of room to extend with relevant planning.

Marine Drive leads to both the North Foreland Golf Course and the Botany Bay Hotel on the clifftops at Kingsgate. The picturesque Botany bay a short stroll from here and the popular tourist beach at Joss bay close by. Broadstairs town centre is within easy reach offering a wide range of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Broadstairs has a mainline railway station offering high- speed links to London which takes approximately 85 minutes. The Cathedral city of Canterbury is about 18 miles away.

Room Sizes
Dining Room 4.75m x 3.91m (15'7 x 12'10)
Kitchen 5.44m x 2.51m (17'10 x 8'3)
Reception Room 3.84m x 3.10m (12'7 x 10'2)
Lounge 7.21m x 6.48m (23'8 x 21'3)
Bedroom One 4.11m x 3.94m (13'6 x 12'11)
Bedroom Two 3.56m x 3.10m (11'8 x 10'2)
Bedroom Three 2.51m x 2.41m (8'3 x 7'11)
Bedroom Four 2.90m x 1.70m (9'6 x 5'7)
Attached Garage 4.65m x 2.64m (15'3 x 8'8)
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Broadstairs Area Guide

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