Cornwallis Gardens, Broadstairs, CT10

3 bedroom Bungalow - Detached for sale

£550,000 For Sale

Over 1400 SQFT of accommodation on offer, this is a wonderful bungalow placed within a quiet cul-de-sac just off Kings Avenue within Broadstairs Chess Board.

As soon as you walk into this immaculate property you start to understand how much care and attention the current owner has put into this property.

This stunning property offers superb accommodation with light and spacious rooms with contemporary styling and an impressive modern living kitchen/diner with high-quality work surfaces, integrated appliances and bar seating area. There is a lovely light family/garden room to the rear complete with 16ft wide bi-fold doors leading out to the 40ft garden.

This property also offers a spacious lounge with an opti-myst fire and integral blinds within the front windows, three double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite. Both the en-suite and family bathroom feature quartz flooring and remote control showers.

Externally to the rear is a well maintained secluded garden with paved patio area and lawn with raised flowers beds, gazebo arch and shed.

To the front is a landscaped garden with LED lighting, off street parking for two cars and a garage with utility area.

Within a few minutes walk of Stone Bay beach and within easy walking distance to Broadstairs town and station, this refurbished bungalow is one not to be missed!

Room Sizes
Entrance Hall 4.42m x 2.95m (14'6" x 9'8")
Lounge 5.44m x 3.94m (17'10" x 12'11")
Family Room 3.68m x 5.69m (12'1" x 18'8")
Dining Room 3.07m x 3.78m (10'1" x 12'5")
Kitchen 3.68m x 3.78m (12'1" x 12'5")
Bedroom One 2.92m x 3.63m (9'7" x 11'11")
En Suite 1.68m x 2.06m (5'6" x 6'9")
Bedroom Two 3.66m x 3.48m (12'0" x 11'5")
Bedroom Three 2.82m x 2.92m (9'3" x 9'7")
Bathroom 3.00m x 1.65m (9'10" x 5'5")

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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