A stunning period home on the ground floor of Stone House, a grade II listed property, built in the early 19th Century and formerly the home of an Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Tait.

Now the building has been converted into luxurious living and No 9 is truly a fine example of what can be done by mixing a beautiful period home with immense charm and character with a modern contemporary lifestyle.

This home in our opinion is the epitome of luxury. From the minute you walk into the reception hall you will know what to expect. Quality materials and high-end workmanship are plain to see from the stunning bathrooms to the handmade kitchen, a 28 x 17 drawing room with three sash windows leading to the wrought iron balcony, and there are two bedrooms (one with en-suite bathroom).

The property benefits from a garage located to the rear of Stone House, residents parking and communal gardens.

Room Sizes
Lounge 8.71m x 5.23m (28'7" x 17'2")
Kitchen/Diner 5.64m x 3.96m (18'6" x 13'0")
Bedroom One 4.32m x 4.11m (14'2" x 13'6")
Bedroom Two 5.49m x 4.57m (18'0" x 15'0")

Broadstairs Area Guide

A traditional seaside town for commuters, families, and retirees alike Broadstairs has something for everyone. Often described as the jewel in Thanet’s crown, it’s a seaside spot that caters to all tastes.