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Broadstairs – a seaside town combining a mix of Victorian semis, retirement apartments and large cliff top family homes.
Broadstairs is home to some of the best sandy beaches in the county of Kent. Known as the Jewel in Thanet’s Crown, it combines a seaside town with its own pier and bric-a-brac shops, with a big selection of supermarkets and restaurants in Westwood Cross.
Originally a fishing development, the population of this town is now around 25,000.
Trains run from Broadstairs to London Victoria in just under 2hours and to London St Pancras in 1hour 20minutes.
The Thanet Loop bus system runs extremely regularly, taking you to all the neighbouring areas of Broadstairs.
Broadstairs has no shortage of beaches, and the best surfing beach in England but it also has much history to offer. From Fort Houses and a Tower Museum, plus shrines to Dickins and numerous festivals every summer, there is an eclectic mix of activities.
Westwood Cross is the largest shopping destination in the area, with shops, restaurants, a casino and a cinema.
There is a selection of primary schools in Broadstairs, rated as Outstanding. If these are over-subscribed then there are several, equally good options in neighbouring Ramsgate or Margate. Dane Court Grammar School rates very highly as a secondary school and Wellesley House and Haddon Dene are independent options.
If you are moving to Broadstairs then you will find several estate agents around Westwood Cross and the station. For other services you may need to venture into Ramsgate or explore the support available on PropertyHeads.
North Foreland Road
North Foreland Road is one of the most sought after areas in Broadstairs. It is walking distance to the high street, but in a tranquil location that looks out to the North Foreland Lighthouse. There is also easy access to the Golf Club and beaches from this setting.
Properties here tend to be more expensive thanks largely to the sea views. A 5 bedroom house averages between £1.1 and £1.2 million. A 2 bedroom property is approximately £500,000.
There is a large selection of retirement homes available in Broadstairs, and Fairfield Road is home to many of them. It is walking distance from the town centre.
A 1 bedroom retirement flat costs approximately £100,000 and you can still acquire semi-detached properties on this road for under £350,000 for 4 bedrooms.
St Peters Village
St Peters Village, although only 0.5miles from Broadstairs station and less than a mile from its high street, has its own local shops, surgery, butchers, church and post office.
A 1 bedroom property in St Peters Village starts at £150,000, with a 2 bedroom maisonettes from £180,000, although there is a huge variance in prices for similar sized properties. A detached 4 bedroom home is around £425,000.
There is a good selection of detached and semi-detached family homes available in walking distance from Broadstairs high street, on roads such as Upper Approach, Osborne Road, Crawford Road and Church Street. A 4 bedroom semi-detached property on these roads has an average cost of £450,000.