Built in 2001 this imposing Tudor style family home is set within its own grounds in a private cul-de-sac close to the centre of Broadstairs. This property is only one of four individually designed homes within the quiet and tranquil 'Newmans Close' location. Within this home, you will find a mixture of traditional features such as lead light style windows alongside the benefits and ease of modern day living.

The layout of the property encourages entertaining with a large kitchen/breakfast room leading out to a conservatory one way and a dining room with patio doors to the large garden the other way. There is also a separate lounge with doors that can close off this area making it an ideal room to relax in, and due to the layout and design of the property you are very spaced out from the other properties so you never feel overlooked.

Upstairs the property boasts four bedrooms, the master with a newly fitted en-suite shower room and a dressing area, plus a spacious modernised family bathroom boasting both a shower and a bath.

The property sits on a vast plot and has the potential (with planning permissions) to extend to the side should you require. Outside, the terrace is an ideal spot for a barbecue or party and the attractive pond lined by decking is filled with a variety of plants. There is also a good size lawn ideal for grass games with the children. The property also benefits from a large double garage (again with the potential to develop with permission) as well as ample off street parking.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.11m x 3.99m (16'9 x 13'1)
Dining Room 4.45m x 2.84m (14'7 x 9'4)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 7.34m x 2.79m (24'1 x 9'2)
Utility Room 2.01m x 1.70m (6'7 x 5'7)
Conservatory 3.81m x 2.92m (12'6 x 9'7)
Study 3.12m x 2.90m (10'3 x 9'6)
Bedroom One 4.01m x 3.81m (13'2 x 12'6)
Bedroom Two 4.88m x 2.84m (16'0 x 9'4)
Bedroom Three 4.50m x 2.82m (14'9 x 9'3)
Bedroom Four 4.01m x 3.18m (13'2 x 10'5)
Double Garage 5.59m x 5.59m (18'4 x 18'4)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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