Botany Road, Broadstairs, CT10

4 bedroom Bungalow - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract


Situated in a highly sought-after location being just a short walk away from Botany Bay is this stunning double fronted fully refurbished, four-bedroom detached chalet bungalow finished to a high standard. The property offers superb open plan living accommodation with contemporary styling, comprising to the ground floor of two double bedrooms, a WC, a shower room with further WC and undoubtedly the hub of the home is the spacious modern kitchen, lounge, dining area with bi-folding doors out to the garden perfect for entertaining. The first floor provides a further two double bedrooms both with distant sea views and one with a Juliette balcony plus a further bathroom.

Externally the property boasts off street parking for up to four cars plus a detached garage. There is side access to the large sunny aspect rear garden with a fabulous patio area ideal for summer BBQs, a large lawned area and to the back of the garden a shed with electric and a poly tunnel perfect for growing your own food.

The sought-after seaside town of Broadstairs, with its quaint fishermans cottages and period houses, including Bleak House, was once the summer home of Charles Dickens. Broadstairs is also well known for its Blue Flag award winning sandy beaches, including Viking Bay and Joss Bay. The town also offers a good range of facilities with a wonderful selection of boutique shops, restaurants and cinema, together with those found at Westwood Cross shopping centre.

Room Sizes
Bedroom Three 4.72m x 3.63m (15'6 x 11'11)
Bedroom Four 4.09m x 2.95m (13'5 x 9'8)
Kitchen/Dining Room/Lounge 8.92m x 7.87m (29'3 x 25'10)
Utility Room 3.00m x 1.55m (9'10 x 5'1)
Bedroom One 4.93m x 3.91m (16'2 x 12'10)
Bedroom Two 4.93m x 3.33m (16'2 x 10'11)
Garage 5.79m x 3.02m (19'0 x 9'11)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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