5.41m x 4.47m (17'9 x 14'8)
6.10m x 4.85m (20'0 x 15'11)
2.97m x 2.90m (9'9 x 9'6)
14.55m x 6.12m (47'9 x 20'1)
With bi-folding doors to rear
5.99m x 5.33m (19'8 x 17'6)
Door to balcony terrace
5.54m x 3.68m (18'2 x 12'1)
4.57m x 3.25m (15'0 x 10'8)
6.10m x 4.78m (20'0 x 15'8)
6.10m x 3.07m (20'0 x 10'1)
En-suite Shower Room
14.55m x 5.56m (47'9 x 18'3)
With electric up and over doors, providing parking for numerous vehicles
Entered via electric gates with a long driveway
Steps down from the balcony terrace to lawned gardens
The Vendor's View
Many people dream of building their own home to their own design, and so when the opportunity arose to acquire a plot with a very tired house on it, I decided to take up the challenge. The area was key to this decision, being on a private, very secure, estate with the benefit of being only a mile from Broadstairs town, but secluded from the hustle and bustle on the cliff-top on the North Foreland - and with it's own beach!
The house itself is very open and airy with a nod toward Art Deco in the design, as I wanted to have a villa feel to it. The layout lends itself to parties, especially in the summer when we have had many BBQs with family and friends, the open plan kitchen / diner and the bi-fold doors leading on to the patio and garden creating a large, enclosed area for everyone.
The house also benefits from five bedrooms, each with their own en-suite, which makes it easy to accommodate friends and relatives when they visit, particularly during the holidays. Of course this is also a very family friendly feature too!
The time has come for me to move on to new horizons, and to let a family enjoy Deepdene as much as I have. In many ways, I will be sad to leave; I will miss the privacy it offers, the peace and quiet, and the friendliness of the neighbours here. But I intend to spend a lot of time travelling in my dotage, which predicates having a smaller base at home.