Situated along the ever popular Stone Road with views straight down Dickens Road and out to sea is this one of a kind spacious character property believed to trace back to the Napoleonic War, internally you can still see traces of its history from the blocked up doorways to neighbouring properties and evidence of hidden tunnels under the property. Mixed with the wonderful original features, such as fireplaces, bow sash windows and wooden flooring.

The property offers a buyer the chance to own a piece of Grade 2 listed history along this beautiful coastline with the opportunity to put your own stamp on what has already been done. Set back from the road the accommodation is set up over four floors, to the ground floor there are two separate reception rooms with fireplaces that have been one larger room at some point should you wish to do this again. The reception room to the front has views down to the sea. At the back is a further reception roos used as a study. The lower ground floor benefits from an open plan kitchen/breakfast room with door to the garden. This level can be accessed independently by stairs down from the front garden, there is also a large open coal hole that runs underneath to the end of the front garden, that has been used as wine cellar previously.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms, with the front bedroom again boasting elevated sea views and a wet room on the half landing, the top floors adds two further double bedrooms and a bathroom.

Externally the property comes into its own, the rear garden is all paved with flower borders leading to a substantial annex that would be perfect for either air B and B or anyone looking to work from home as it can also be accessed via the gated side entrance. There is also a lower courtyard with wc. There is currently valid planning permission for a one bedroom annex. Behind this there is off street parking for 3 cars, a rarity in properties like this.

Room Sizes
Basement 2.21m x 1.88m (7'3 x 6'2)

Coal Room 2.26m x 1.88m (7'5 x 6'2)

Kitchen 4.29m x 2.64m (14'1 x 8'8)

Dining Room 4.29m x 3.66m (14'1 x 12')

Utility Room 2.24m x 1.09m (7'4 x 3'7)

First Floor
Lounge 4.01m x 3.56m (13'2 x 11'8)

Living Room 3.35m x 3.00m (11' x 9'10)

Study 2.44m x 1.12m (8' x 3'8)

Second Floor
Shower Room
Bedroom 3.58m x 3.20m (11'9 x 10'6)

Bedroom 5.16m x 3.33m (16'11 x 10'11)

Third Floor
Bedroom 3.58m x 3.23m (11'9 x 10'7)

Bedroom 3.33m x 3.28m (10'11 x 10'9)

Front Garden
Rear Garden
Out Building 6.25m x 5.03m (20'6 x 16'6)

Out Building Basement 6.25m x 5.03m (20'6 x 16'6)

Broadstairs Area Guide

A traditional seaside town for commuters, families, and retirees alike Broadstairs has something for everyone. Often described as the jewel in Thanet’s crown, it’s a seaside spot that caters to all tastes.