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The Passion of Parish Close, BROADSTAIRS

PEAK SEASON £900 PW *Fees Apply

Property Specification

Fantastic modern property situated in the stunning development of Parish Close located in the heart of the attractive and historical village of St Peters.

Situated on the edge of Broadstairs and close to Westwood Cross shopping centre St Peters is a traditional village and offers a variety of independent shops along with a traditional Ale house, Co-op supermarket and chemist.

Steeped with history St Peters Village in Broadstairs was in early times the largest village in the area, Broadstairs being just a small fishing village on the coast. Why not take advantage of the ST Peters Village Tour and see the churchyard which is one of the longest in the country and the largest “Closed Churchyard” in England, or follow the life and times of Joss Snelling who eventually attained celebrity status and became known as "The Famous Broadstairs' Smuggler", he even met with the future Queen, Princess Victoria (aged 10), during her stay at Pierremont Hall in Broadstairs during 1829.

This property is finished to a very impressive standard and has accommodation to suit up to six guests, arranged over three floors comprising, fully fitted open plan kitchen with integrated electric oven, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine and a gas hob. The living room area comfortably seats six guests with sofas, a dining table and chairs, large flat screen T.V with sky box and universal DVD/Video player which also will play American, European and British recordings, also to the ground floor is the cloakroom / wc. The property being arranged over 3 floors has three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate shower room. Benefits also include a private garden fully equipped with tables and chairs and parasol and there is allocated parking for two cars.

Just a 15 minute stroll will take you to Broadstairs town centre and at the bottom of the high street the very popular sandy beach of Viking Bay and the surrounding bars and restaurants which often provide live music and great entertainment.

Broadstairs mainline station which provides fast links to London is also just a 10 minute walk.

Key Features

3 Bed Town House, St Peters Village, Off Street Parking.


Accomodation & Measurements

Entrance Hall
Down lighters, Wooden Flooring. Doors to:
Wash hand basin, Low level wc, Radiator, Extractor fan. Tiled flooring. Down lighters.
Double glazed French doors to garden and double glazed window to rear, stairs to first floor, two sofas and a chair, dining table with chairs, coffee table, large flat screen T.V with sky box and universal DVD/Video player which also will play American, European and British recordings, occasional table games and books.

The modern kitchen is equipped to a high standard and offers a matching range of contemporary style wall and base units with integrated appliances including, Fridge/freezer, Dishwasher, Washing machine, electric oven, microwave/grill and gas hob with extractor over. Double glazed window to front, wall unit housing boiler, feature wall lights, wooden flooring, fully stocked cutlery, crockery and utensils.

Master Bedroom
13' 8" x 10' 5" (4.17m x 3.18m) Double glazed windows to rear, double bed, fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors, desk, chest of drawers, radiator.
Bedroom 2
15' 6" x 14' 10" (4.72m x 4.52m) Double glazed French doors opening to Juliet balcony, double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, bed side cabinets, occasional chair, fitted carpet, radiator.
White bathroom suite comprising, panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment over, wash hand basin with storage unit, low level w.c. Extractor fan. wall mounted mirror, part tiled walls, tiled flooring.

Bedroom 3
15' 6" x 12' 4" (4.72m x 3.76m) Double glazed window to front, fitted white wardrobes, double bed, chest of drawers, occasional chair,
Shower Room
Comprising double shower unit, sink unit with storage unit and low level wc. towel Radiator, down lighters, tiled flooring.

Beautiful, sunny garden with table and chairs and parasol. After a day exploring the stunning Thanet coastlines why not take your supper out there and while away the evening listening to the birdsong with a crisp bottle of wine, the perfect end to your day.