“I bought this property in a somewhat parlous state but I could really see the potential to create a stunning house that would be an ideal holiday home if it could be renovated to a very high and contemporary feel. The basis for the conversion was born from conscientiously developing South-West London homes and bringing this back to my hometown where I grew up. That aim has now been achieved and am very proud of the results, I hope that new owners will be able to make great use of it and be able to just install their furniture without having to do anything else except enjoy themselves. On the one hand it has all the attributes needed for a family home but, at the same time, it is so easy to look after that you can just ‘lock up and go’. However you can always come back the following weekend with children clamouring to go down to the beach and they can be on Viking Bay in just a minute.
Broadstairs is a lovely town with a wide variety of individual shops, beaches, art galleries, bars and restaurants and a cinema as well as annual events such as Folk Week, the Dickens Festival and the Food Fair, not to mention regular firework displays and music at the bandstand. Another advantage of Broadstairs is that it includes some very good schools and the station can whisk you to London on the high speed train. For more indepth retail therapy there is the nearby Westwood Cross shopping centre, cinema complex and casino. There are plenty of sports clubs including squash, tennis and rugby as well as the renowned North Foreland golf club for golfing aficionados.”