The Oaks, Broadstairs, CT10

5 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

Found in The Oaks, a highly sought-after and desirable Broadstairs location is this delightful detached four/five bedroom family home. The property provides spacious and well-proportioned living accommodation and has been maintained in excellent condition throughout. To the ground floor there is a large ‘L’ shaped lounge, a separate dining room, and a superb kitchen/breakfast room with a comprehensive range of units with integrated microwave/grill and oven, hob, large fridge and dishwasher, there is also a utility room and cloakroom. To the first floor there are four bedrooms plus a study which could be used as a bedroom if required. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. There is also a well-appointed family bathroom. The property also has double glazing.

Externally, the front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a driveway leading to the double garage with remote controlled electric roller door. The well-maintained rear garden has a paved patio and is mainly lawned with a variety of plant and shrub beds. There is a vegetable garden and some fruit trees.

The property is found within easy access to Broadstairs sandy beaches and historic town centre with its variety of independent shops, bars and restaurants. Broadstairs has its own railway station providing a high-speed link to London and there are a number of highly regarded schools to be found in the area.

Room Sizes
'L' Shaped Lounge 6.91m x 6.81m (22'8 x 22'4)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.41m x 3.30m (17'9 x 10'10)
Utility Room 2.90m x 1.93m (9'6 x 6'4)
Dining Room 3.73m x 3.30m (12'3 x 10'10)
Master Bedroom 3.81m x 3.30m (12'6 x 10'10)
Bedroom Two 3.81m x 3.63m (12'6 x 11'11)
Bedroom Three 3.02m x 3.00m (9'11 x 9'10)
Bedroom Four 3.10m x 1.80m (10'2 x 5'11)
Bedroom Five/Study 2.77m x 2.13m (9'1 x 7'0)
Double Garage 6.32m x 5.59m (20'9 x 18'4)
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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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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