A rare opportunity to create a unique coastal home in a budding seaside town
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The superb situation of Seawall House can be inspected on the Open House Day, but internal viewing is not possible.
Seawall House is situated in a prime coastal location with panoramic sea views and direct access onto the promenade and beach. This development opportunity is rarity along the Kent coast, with plans to create a unique seaside home. Margate has seen a surge of investment and improvement in recent years, and the town now offers an eclectic mix of bohemian restaurants and cafes, independent/artisan shops and hotels, together with the historic Dreamland theme park, a train station (under 90 mins to London St Pancras) and a beautiful, vast sandy coastline, all within a short distance.
Permission has been granted for the erection of a detached, two storey, three-bedroom dwelling following demolition of the existing building. The current plans are sympathetic to the surroundings and allow for functional open-plan living, with both street and promenade level access (into the "beach cave"), with each room having views over the Channel.
Planning: Prospective purchasers are advised that they must make their own enquiries of the local planning authority (Thanet District Council planning ref: F/TH/17/1026).
Note: the artist's impression shows an entrance porch that is not a part of the approved plans.
Health & Safety: This is a disused building situated in a public space and a variety of potential hazards, such as uneven flooring, rough edges, and steps, will be encountered. Sensible clothing and footwear should be worn and you should remain vigilant at all times.
Location Margate offers a range of amenities, complemented by those found at Westwood Cross, with further facilities available in Ramsgate and Canterbury. Margate station provides commuter services to London, including High Speed trains into London St Pancras.
From the M2 and proceed onto the Thanet Way (A299). At the St Nicholas at Wade roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A28 (signposted Margate). Continue on the A28. After passing the Royal Seabathing Hospital on your left, turn left into Westbrook Road. Before the road bends into Sea View Terrace, Seawall House will be found on the other side of the sea wall, facing Westbrook Bay. Steps lead from here to the promenade.Read all