Situated along the popular ‘Wrotham Road’ within central Broadstairs is this charming Victorian terrace property a mere minutes walk from Viking Bay beach. The home has been stripped back, extended and totally refurbished to an exceptional standard by the current owners, this is evident from the bespoke kitchen to the floor to ceiling windows and French doors.

As you approach the property you are welcomed by the white spa shingle and original tiled pathway, once inside you can appreciate the modern décor. The ground floor comprises a light and spacious double sized lounge with bay window, herringbone oak flooring and a multi fuel wood burning stove. This leads through to the incredibly spacious kitchen/dining room with inset ceiling lights and porcelain floor tiles, the fabulous bespoke Shaker kitchen is supplied by Norfolk Kitchens and boasts Corian work tops as well as a large kitchen island and a range of Smeg and Bosch appliances and an instant boiling water tap. The dining area is enhanced with skylights to allow for extra light and a wall of floor to ceiling French doors leading out to the rear garden with a decked terrace area, raised flower beds and Siberian larch wood panels. To the first floor there are three bedrooms with the master bedroom boasting en-suite facilities plus a further family bathroom, the second floor adds a further double bedroom with en-suite facilities. There is also a basement cellar accessed via the ground floor.

The low maintenance rear garden has been decked to provide a seating area to enjoy al fresco dining.

Room Sizes
Hallway 5.69m x 1.52m (18'8 x 5'0)
Lounge 7.95m x 4.75m max (26'1 x 15'7 max)
Kitchen/Dining Area 7.32m x 4.52m (24'0 x 14'10)
Utility Room 2.13m x 1.24m (7'0 x 4'1)
Master Bedroom 4.72m x 4.32m (15'6 x 14'2)
Bedroom 4.39m x 3.05m (14'5 x 10'0)
Bedroom 3.96m x 2.08m (13'0 x 6'10)
Bedroom 5.64m x 3.00m max (18'6 x 9'10 max)
Cellar 5.97m x 1.85m max (19'7 x 6'1 max)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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