Callis Court Road, Broadstairs, CT10

3 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Offers in Excess of £630,000 For Sale

Set back from the road and situated on the popular Callis Court Road in Broadstairs is this spacious detached 3/4 bedroom family home. Approached via a driveway, as you enter there is a large hallway, to the right is the lounge with doors to the beautiful garden and access to the fourth bedroom, to the left of the hallway is the hub of the home the kitchen/diner leading to the triple aspect conservatory perfect for entertaining. There is also a utility area and a WC. To the first floor there is a large master bedroom boasting en-suite facilities and views over the garden and tennis courts, there are also a further two bedrooms, family bathroom and WC. The owner had been granted planning permission for a loft extension consisting of a bedroom, dressing room and en-suite but they have now expired.

Externally to the front of the property there is off street parking for numerous vehicles, with side access to the wonderful west facing rear garden mainly laid to lawn with a patio area by the house and an elevated decked area to the back of the garden ideal for BBQs.

This family home overlooks the tennis courts and is found approximately ½ a mile from the popular town centre of Broadstairs with its numerous restaurants, shops, bars and cafes, as well as its popular sandy beaches and bays. Broadstairs also has a mainline railway station with a high-speed rail link to London. The area boasts many recreational and leisure facilities and a number of highly regarded schools in both the public and private sectors.

Room Sizes
Kitchen/Dining Room 6.20m x 3.33m (20'4 x 10'11)
Conservatory 4.93m x 2.79m (16'2 x 9'2)
Lounge 6.55m x 3.25m (21'6 x 10'8)
Bedroom/Reception Room 5.69m x 2.39m (18'8 x 7'10)
Bedroom One 4.57m x 3.76m (15'0 x 12'4)
Bedroom Two 3.76m x 3.33m (12'4 x 10'11)
Bedroom Three 3.33m x 2.36m (10'11 x 7'9)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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