Alexandra Road, Broadstairs, CT10

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £600,000 For Sale

*DOUBLE FRONTED PROPERTY WITH POTENTIAL TO ADD YOUR OWN STAMP*

Believed to have been built around 1886 is the former Coach House for a property in Albion Street. Running Charabancs from the town to the Lighthouse and Joss Bay. Offered to the market with no onward chain this double fronted five bedroom property we are told also has history as Denrose Studio which produced pottery in the Hayloft. The property is ideal for a buyer looking to own a piece of Broadstairs history and wanting to put their own stamp on a home, the current layout lends itself to a family home, holiday rentals or a business opportunity due to its proximity to the town centre and beaches.

The ground floor comprises two living rooms one either side of the house, a kitchen, a further reception room, through to the old stables still with the original cobble stones underneath, a wet room and a large garage which was used to house the Charabancs with large gates leading out to the front.

To the first floor there are four/five potential bedrooms with a family bathroom, the far bedroom has stair access to The Pathway and overlooks the allotments.

Externally the property has a small courtyard and off street parking.

Broadstairs offers a variety of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes as well as a mainline railway station providing a high-speed rail link to London. There are a number of leisure and recreational facilities in the area as well as a number of highly regarded schools.

Room Sizes
Reception Room 4.39m x 3.61m (14'5 x 11'10)
Lounge 4.39m x 3.35m (14'5 x 11'0)
Dining Room 4.47m x 2.97m (14'8 x 9'9)
Kitchen 3.30m x 1.45m (10'10 x 4'9)
Reception Room 4.93m x 4.47m (16'2 x 14'8)
Sitting Room with Kitchen 4.39m x 3.61m (14'5 x 11'10)
Bedroom 4.39m x 3.35m (14'5 x 11'0)
Bedroom 4.45m x 2.67m (14'7 x 8'9)
Bedroom 4.45m x 3.81m (14'7 x 12'6)
Bedroom 5.79m x 4.45m (19'0 x 14'7 )

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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