Kingsgate Avenue, Broadstairs, CT10

4 bedroom House - Semi-Detached for sale

£495,000 For Sale

A beautiful family home on a private road located less than 600 metres from the coast and within a short stroll of cliff top views is the Botany Bay Hotel and Pub. Boasting over 1300 square feet of accommodation this wonderful family sized home has retained many original features. The accommodation is light, airy and generously proportioned with plenty of room for growing families.

On the ground floor the front door opens to entrance porch leading into the living room with a gorgeous fireplace surround. The kitchen is beautifully arranged and leads through to the utility room, there is also a separate dinning room, WC and cellar. On the first floor there are four excellent bedrooms and a shower room.

The house has good sized landscaped gardens which have been immaculately kept, the enclosed rear garden is westerly facing, and has a patio, and useful storage shed.

The property is located on one of the much sought after Avenues of Kingsgate and can be found approximately 1.5 miles from Broadstairs Town Centre where you will find the renowned Viking Bay Beach and a variety of bars, cafes, restaurants and shops, as well as a mainline railway station providing HS1 services to London. At the end of Kingsgate Avenue lies the beautiful Botany Bay with its blue flag beach and cliff top walks in both directions also North Foreland Golf Course is very close by.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.82m x 3.56m (19'1 x 11'8)
Kitchen 4.09m x 3.12m (13'5 x 10'3)
Dining Room 4.78m x 3.28m (15'8 x 10'9)
Utility Room 2.92m x 2.13m (9'7 x 7'0)
Bedroom One 3.56m x 3.40m (11'8 x 11'2)
Bedroom Two 3.68m x 3.18m (12'0" x 10'5")
Bedroom Three 3.61m x 3.40m (11'10" x 11'1")
Bedroom Four/Study 2.52m x 2.33m (8'3" x 7'7")
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Broadstairs Area Guide

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