72 Dumpton Park Drive, Broadstairs, CT10

3 bedroom flat for sale

Offers in Excess of £400,000 For Sale

THE PERFECT RETREAT BY THE SEA WITH FABULOUS SEA VIEWS!!!

Miles and Barr are delighted to offer this top floor duplex luxury apartment which is located in the sought after area of Dumpton Park Drive in Broadstairs. It is perfectly situated for cliff top strolls to Broadstairs sea front and its eclectic High Street and Broadstairs station with its high speed trains to London St Pancras is within half a mile.

This versatile home has much to offer and boasts a spacious level of accommodation arranged over two floors and is, in our opinion, to be found in excellent decorative order throughout and has been exceptionally well maintained by its current owners.

There is a contemporary style open plan kitchen/day room with the kitchen offering all modern style appliances. It also boasts a south facing Juliette balcony with 180 degree views across the English channel.

The apartment in the original format comprises of three bedrooms, all with en suite facilities. However the present owners have formatted the apartment so that Bedroom two is normally a lounge with bed settee which can then revert to a guest suite with its own bathroom. Bedroom Three is currently used as a dining room.

To add to this it comes complete with double glazing, under floor and gas central heating and secure gated underground allocated parking with a lift from the car park to all levels.

CALL MILES AND BARR TODAY ON 01843 888444 TO ARRANGE YOUR VIEWINGS NOW!!!

Room Sizes
Bedroom One 5.21 x 3.68 (17'1" x 12'0")
Dressing Room 5.11 x 1.98 (16'9" x 6'5")
Bathroom 2.62 x 1.96 (8'7" x 6'5")
Utility Room 2.64m x 1.22m. (8'7" x 4'0".)
Bedroom Three 3.23 x 2.97 (10'7" x 9'8")
En suite Shower Room 2.21 x 1.09 (7'3" x 3'6")
Bedroom Two 3.84 2.97 (12'7" 9'8")
En suite Shower Room 1.93 x 1.73 (6'3" x 5'8")
Kitchen/Day Room 8.05 x 3.71 (26'4" x 12'2")
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Broadstairs Area Guide

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