Situated on a corner plot overlooking the green in the popular ‘Ranelagh Grove’ within central Broadstairs is this imposing double fronted detached four bedroom house. The property was once 'The Ferns' nursing home, believed to have been run by three sisters, aptly named with the entrance pillars adorning large acorns on each side. As you enter the property you notice the stained glassed windows on the front and inner door and you are then treated by a wealth of charm and character, including high skirtings, picture rails and original sash windows. The ground floor comprises two mirror image reception rooms both with fireplaces and doors leading to the garden, a wooden kitchen with granite worktops, cloakroom and utility space. On the first floor there is a large family bathroom with a free standing roll top bath and separate shower, a large master bedroom with en-suite shower facilities, a further double bedroom with shower unit and a forth bedroom/study.

Externally the property has a wrap around garden with mature grown hedges offering maximum privacy and to the side the property has off street parking for two cars as well as a garage. Working tenants only one small pet considered.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.89m x 3.71m (19'4 x 12'2)
Dining Room 5.08m x 4.65m (16'8 x 15'3)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 6.25m x 4.57m (20'6 x 15'0)
Utility Room 2.36m x 1.70m (7'8" x 5'6")
Bedroom One 5.13m x 3.71m (16'10 x 12'2)
Bedroom Two 4.22m x 3.66m (13'10 x 12'0)
Bedroom Three 3.66m x 3.63m (12'0 x 11'11)
Study/Bedroom 2.39m x 1.63m (7'10 x 5'4)
Cellar 7.01m x 1.65m (23'0 x 5'5)
Double Garage 5.41m x 3.96m (17'9 x 13'0)
Garden Store 4.32m x 2.82m (14'2 x 9'3)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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