Found in a highly sought after and desirable location is this delightful detached four bedroom coach house style home. The property has been built to a high-specification and provides bright contemporary living with lots of light and features including oak flooring and some sea views. The open-plan lounge has bi-folding doors with blinds fitted within the double glazed unit, which lead on to the large decked patio to the rear. There is also a study, cloakroom and superb vaulted kitchen/dining room with integrated oven, hob and dishwasher. There are also bi-folding doors leading to the same decked patio making this a great home for entertaining. There are four bedrooms to the first floor and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room with pyramid skylight over the shower. There is central heating and double glazing as well as a garage. This lovely home would suite those looking for a full-time home or a weekend/holiday retreat.

The property is conveniently located at the end of the road where there are stunning views of Broadstairs coast line and access to the sandy beach. The quaint historic town of Broadstairs is close by where you will find numerous shops, bars, restaurants and cafes, as well as numerous leisure and recreational facilities. Broadstairs also has a mainline railway station providing a high-speed rail link to London. There are a number of highly regarded schools to be found in the area in both the public and private sectors.

*Agent's Note*

Proposed plans included to alter the first floor layout

Room Sizes
Study 3.05m x 2.34m (10'0 x 7'8)
Lounge 5.18m x 3.81m (17'0 x 12'6)
Kitchen 5.23m x 2.59m (17'2 x 8'6)
Bedroom One 3.81m x 3.38m (12'6 x 11'1 )
Bedroom Two 3.30m x 3.20m (10'10 x 10'6)
Bedroom Three 3.30m x 2.34m (10'10 x 7'8)
Bedroom Four 2.90m x 2.51m (9'6 x 8'3)
Integral Garage 5.54m x 3.38m (18'2 x 11'1)
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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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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