Purplebricks are very pleased to be able to offer this detached family home, to the open market, for the first time in several years.
With several different layouts on offer, this family home will be of interest to almost everybody. From growing families, those looking to leave the rat race of London and retire a few years earlier and even the local investor. This really is an opportunity that cant be missed.
With three double bedrooms in the main house and a separate annexe for the grumpy teenager or even the In Laws, this home offers the opportunity for multi generational living.
The property is set in one of the most tranquil areas of Broadstairs with a lovely outlook to the North Foreland Lighthouse. It is a very pleasant road, with close proximity to the Blue Flag award-winning beaches. Within a short walk you can be in the high street, which has all the amenities you could need, and the station provides excellent high-speed links to London (St Pancras 82 mins). The nearby A299 Thanet Way provides good access to the motorway network. The Eurotunnel at Cheriton, Port of Dover and Eurostar at Ashford are also easily accessed by car and provide excellent links to the continent.
The sought-after seaside town of Broadstairs, with quaint fisherman’s cottages and period houses, including Bleak House, once the summer home of Charles Dickens. The town also offers a good range of facilities with a wonderful selection of bars, boutique shops, restaurants and cinema, together with those found at Westwood Cross shopping centre.
Sporting and recreational opportunities in the area include: A leisure centre at Ramsgate, golf at North Foreland Golf Club, the championship golf courses of Royal St Georges and Princes in Sandwich, various sports clubs in the area including Broadstairs Sailing Club, surfing at Joss and Viking Bay, cliff top and beach walking, horse riding and bowls clubs.
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