Inverness Terrace, Broadstairs, CT10

6 bedroom house for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

A delightful period home providing spacious and well-proportioned living accommodation, which has been completely refurbished throughout and updated to a high-specification, retaining period features where possible and integrating them within contemporary living.

Among the many appealing features, is the attractive staircase, ornate cornices and high skirting's. There is no doubt that the hub of the home is the spacious newly fitted kitchen boasting granite work surfaces, in-built speaker sound system, integrated appliances and bi-folding doors leading out onto the rear garden. The accommodation is arranged over four floors, boasting two reception rooms and five bedrooms; with the master bedroom having an en-suite bathroom. There is also a family bathroom as well as a cloakroom on the lower ground floor. Externally, there is a rear garden laid mainly to lawn.

The property is found in a highly desirable and sought after location within easy access to the quaint historic town centre of Broadstairs with its wide variety of independent shops, bars, restaurants and cafes and of course its popular sandy beaches. Broadstairs also has a mainline railway station providing a regular and high-speed service to London. The area offers a wide variety of leisure and recreational facilities and has a number of highly regarded schools in both the public and private sector.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.23m x 4.04m (17'2 x 13'3)
Bedroom 4.01m x 3.73m (13'2 x 12'3)
Kitchen/Dining Room 9.07m x 4.01m (29'9 x 13'2)
Utility Room 2.59m x 1.70m (8'6 x 5'7)
Study 3.35m x 1.78m (11'0 x 5'10 )
Bedroom 4.75m x 3.71m (15'7 x 12'2)
Bedroom 4.04m x 3.71m (13'3 x 12'2)
Bedroom 3.89m x 2.59m (12'9 x 8'6)
Bedroom 3.53m x 2.69m (11'7 x 8'10)
Bedroom 2.69m x 2.18m (8'10 x 7'2)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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