A unique one of a kind period property dating back to 1866 located in the village of St Peters Broadstairs. The property was originally the Old School House in St Peters and has charm and period features throughout. The current owner has commissioned the old bell tower on the property and refurbished back to its original glory and working order. On entering the property via a enclosed inner hall door leads to a spacious lounge with featured log burning stove fireplace with a recently updated brick surround. There is a separate dining room off the lounge with beamed ceiling running in contrast with the lounge. Fitted kitchen with range of matching wall and base units with space and plumbing for appliances. To the rear of the property there is a stunning summer room with vaulted ceiling and six conservation grade Victorian style skylights and double door leading to rear garden. There is a down stairs bathroom with bath and fitted matching suite. First floor offers two double bedrooms with a further loft room with limited head height. In addition the current owners have added a fully fitted shower room with fitted suite. Externally there are front gardens enclosed within a flint wall and gates leading to parking. Externally there is a store area with lawn area enclosed within a hedged perimeter.

Room Sizes
Dining Room 4.22m x 3.43m (13'10" x 11'3" )
Lounge 4.55m x 8.56m (14'11" x 28'1")
Summer Room 4.02m x 3.21m (13'2" x 10'6")
Bathroom 1.66m x 2.41m (5'5" x 7'10")
Kitchen 2.40m x 3.64m (7'10" x 11'11")
Bedroom One 3.31m x 3.53m (10'10" x 11'6")
Bedroom Two 4.37m x 3.75m (14'4" x 12'3")
Office 4.22m x 3.43m (13'10" x 11'3" )

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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