Leybourn Road, Broadstairs, CT10

3 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £599,995 For Sale


Found in a highly desirable location within Broadstairs on Leybourn Road and enjoying sea views from the Master bedroom roof terrace is this imposing three bedroom detached family home standing behind brick walling.

The property to the ground floor comprises of two separate receptions rooms offering versatile living space, undoubtedly the heart of the home is the wonderful kitchen that is connected to the breakfast room, creating an ideal space for entertaining. To the first floor there are three good size bedrooms, the master bedroom with ensuite facilities and a covered roof terrace viewing area offering views out to sea, there is also a second en-suite shower room and a further family bathroom.

Externally the property offers lawned and enclosed gardens to the rear and off street parking and a garage.

Broadstairs is well known for its Blue Flag award winning sandy beaches, including Viking Bay and Joss Bay. The town also offers a good range of facilities with a wonderful selection of boutique shops, restaurants and cinema, together with those found at Westwood Cross shopping centre. Broadstairs benefits from the High Speed Rail with direct services to London (St Pancras 76 mins). The nearby A299 Thanet Way provides good access to the motorway network. The Eurotunnel at Cheriton, Port of Dover and Eurostar at Ashford are also easily accessed by car and provide excellent links to the continent.

Room Sizes
Lounge 5.74m x 4.39m (18'10 x 14'5)
Dining Room 4.98m x 3.05m (16'4 x 10'0)
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 9.75m x 5.31m (32'0 x 17'5)
Utility Room 2.51m x 1.22m (8'3 x 4'0)
Bedroom 5.79m x 4.52m (19'0 x 14'10)
Bedroom 5.18m x 4.52m (17'0 x 14'10)
Bedroom 3.96m x 3.05m (13'0 x 10'0 )
Detached Garage 5.08m x 3.10m (16'8 x 10'2)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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