North Foreland Road, Broadstairs, CT10

5 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED HOME CONSTRUCTED IN 2008

Tenay is a totally individual detached family residence, designed by the present owners and constructed in 2008 by a local builder of high repute. Located on the much desired and highly sought after North Foreland Private Estate this fine family home boasts sea views from the rear elevation.

Built to exacting standards and to the highest of specifications viewers will truly appreciate the lifestyle available. This most impressive home has been designed to give maximum light and the space on offer will undoubtedly meet with appreciation.

The headlines are five double bedrooms, four with en-suite shower/bathrooms, the loft bedroom offers two Cabrio velux windows with fantastic views, the ground floor offers a study, living room, a stunning open plan sitting/dining/kitchen (with a vaulted ceiling), utility room and cloakroom. With a mature established rear garden measuring approximately 80 x 80 is mainly laid to lawn with terracing and so much more. The frontage is block paved with access to the detached double garage.

The coastal town of Broadstairs has a great deal to offer, not least its superb sandy beaches, and the nearby golf courses. Water sport activities are well catered for with various local sailing clubs. This picturesque seaside town has a wide selection of bars and restaurants to sit and enjoy this wonderful coastal lifestyle.

Room Sizes
Family Room/Dining Room 9.04m x 5.99m (29'8 x 19'8)
Living Room 6.76m x 4.52m (22'2 x 14'10)
Kitchen 4.06m x 3.12m (13'4 x 10'3)
Bedroom/Study 4.55m x 4.52m (14'11 x 14'10)
Master Bedroom 4.62m x 3.56m (15'2 x 11'8)
Bedroom 4.52m x 4.06m (14'10 x 13'4)
Bedroom 3.25m x 3.25m (10'8 x 10'8)
Bedroom 3.40m x 2.31m (11'2 x 7'7)
Bedroom 7.26m x 4.57m (23'10 x 15'0)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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