Lindenthorpe Road, Broadstairs, CT10

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £750,000 For Sale

Built in 1908 is this incredibly deceptive family home, steeped in a wealth of charm and character placed in Lindenthorpe Road, Broadstairs.

Found in this idyllic setting is a beautiful, spacious detached home which still has great potential as there is a substantial loft room which would make a fabulous master en-suite with relevant planning.

With plenty of private parking and large surrounding gardens, this 1900's home offers a perfect opportunity for a family to enjoy a spacious, well-equipped property which has a large farmhouse-style kitchen with all the necessary amenities, making it a pleasure to prepare a family meal.

The dining area has lovely French doors which lead into the large enclosed garden. On those warm summer evenings you may wish to spend your time in the garden with your family where you can enjoy a barbecue at your leisure. Relax whilst the younger members of the family have some fun in the games room. When the weather is cooler there is a large comfortable living room with two bay windows and a pool table, ideal if you wish to spend an evening in.

After a day out exploring and walking in the countryside you can return home and enjoy a wonderful spa bath in the attractively decorated bathroom. There are three stylishly designed bedrooms on the first floor for when you decide to retire for the evening. An additional double bedroom could be found on the ground floor making this ideal for guests who are less mobile or this could be utilized as a study or additional reception room.

Room Sizes
Lounge/Diner 8.74m x 4.09m (28'8 x 13'5)
Reception Room/Bedroom 4.17m x 3.71m (13'8 x 12'2)
Kitchen/Diner 6.48m x 5.41m (21'3 x 17'9)
Utility Room 1.75m x 1.73m (5'9 x 5'8)
Bedroom 4.37m x 3.63m plus built-in wardrobes (14'4 x 11'1
Bedroom 3.66m x 3.61m (12'0 x 11'10)
Bedroom 3.63m x 3.30m (11'11 x 10'10)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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