Rectory Road, Broadstairs, CT10

5 bedroom House - Semi-Detached for sale

Sold Subject To Contract

Situated in the heart of Broadstairs on the popular 'Rectory Road' is this five bedroom, semi detached period home boasting off street parking, a rare find this close to the centre of town. Full of charm and character with original features such as working fireplaces, box sash windows, ceiling roses and Quarry floor tilling. The current owners have carried out modernisation throughout the home in the years they have lived here, but there is still potential for a new owner to add their own stamp on this house. Comprising to the ground floor a lounge to the front with sea views, a separate dining room and large kitchen through to breakfast room, there are stairs leading down to a basement currently divided into two storage rooms.

To the first floor there are two double bedrooms to the rear, plus the incredibly spacious master bedroom to the front boasting sea views plus a modern family bathroom. The second floor adds a further two double bedrooms both with fireplaces, one with elevated sea views and a shower room.

Externally to the front there is off street parking for a couple of cars with side access to the sunny aspect rear garden, with a paved patio area ideal for al fresco dining and a raised lawned area.

Broadstairs offers a variety of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes as well as a mainline railway station providing a high-speed rail link to London. There are a number of leisure and recreational facilities in the area as well as a number of highly regarded schools.

Room Sizes
Lounge 4.72m x 3.63m (15'6 x 11'11)
Dining Room 4.42m x 3.02m (14'6 x 9'11)
Kitchen 6.17m x 3.15m (20'3 x 10'4)
Breakfast Room 3.20m x 2.44m (10'6 x 8'0)
Bedroom 4.80m x 4.75m (15'9 x 15'7)
Bedroom 4.45m x 3.07m (14'7 x 10'1)
Bedroom 3.38m x 3.15m (11'1 x 10'4)
Bedroom 4.80m x 3.81m (15'9 x 12'6)
Bedroom 3.48m x 3.48m (11'5 x 11'5)

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 There is a historical reference to the ‘Shrine of Our Lady’ which acted as a landmark for sailors and has now been converted in The Chapel micropub.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