Carlton Avenue, Broadstairs, CT10

4 bedroom Chalet Bungalow - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract


The property has undergone extensive refurbishment and offers spacious internal accommodation. Aside from the fantastic finish the property also benefits from all new double glazing throughout and a new front door, new central heating and Hillary's bespoke fitted blinds. Accommodation itself boasts the entrance into a spacious hall with LVT flooring which flows seamlessly through into the kitchen/dining area. The hall and dining room also benefit from bespoke fitted cupboards. Adjacent to the hall are two great sized bedrooms to the front of the bungalow, the larger of the two has an en-suite shower room, alongside this is the fully tiled family bathroom complete with shower attachment above the bath. Opposite the bathroom is the third downstairs bedroom or study. Towards the back of the property is the spacious kitchen/diner with large island and integrated appliances along with space for a large family dining table. Adjacent to this is the similarly sized, extremely bright lounge with a brick-built feature fireplace and log burner. The rear garden can be accessed from either of the French doors off the dining area or lounge. Venture to the first floor to your private master suite complete with Juliette balcony, en-suite with separate bath and shower as well as a dressing room. Externally, the property also boasts a large front garden and secluded rear garden with York stone perimeter walls and a detached garage with power and lighting. There is off street parking to the front and rear of the property for several cars.

Room Sizes
Lounge 6.88m x 5.05m (22'7 x 16'7)
Kitchen/Diner 8.89m x 3.68m (29'2 x 12'1)
Bedroom 4.47m x 4.01m (14'8 x 13'2)
Bedroom 3.28m x 2.90m (10'9 x 9'6)
Bedroom 3.07m x 2.29m (10'1 x 7'6)
Master Bedroom 5.18m x 3.56m (17'0 x 11'8)
Detached Garage 5.00m x 2.72m (16'5 x 8'11)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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