Bradgate Park, Kent
Property SummaryThe Hemsworth has a spacious, contemporary feel. Front French doors are designed to maximise your external views and light whilst providing practical access to your outside space.
The beautiful Brise Soleil separates the kitchen and dining area without compromising the open-plan living. The kitchen layout has a cosy feel and has been designed for ease of use with everything to hand, including a cooker with a separate grill, a large integrated fridge freezer and ample storage.
The lounge features a two- and three-seater sofa, suitable for hosting family and friends and there’s plenty of storage in the form of a bookcase and open shelving.
The inviting, light and airy master bedroom spans the width of the holiday home. Behind the bed lies a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. The large dressing table provides plenty of space and the tall drawer units ensures there is enough storage.
White UPVC double glazing
Large front windows with panoramic views
Sandstone aluminium cladding
Built to EN 1647, the European standard for caravan holiday homes
Fully Insulated floors, walls and roof
Twin axle pre-galvanised steel chassis with detachable tow bar
Vaulted ceiling throughout
Gas Combi central heating system
Ample seating with two separate freestanding sofas
Brise Soleil separating the lounge and dining area
Flame effect electric fire
Pull out occasional sofa bed
TV unit and ample storage
Four scatter cushions
High quality domestic sized kitchen units and 40mm worktops
Integrated fridge freezer
Gas cooker with oven, grill and 4 burner hob
Soft close cupboard doors and drawers
Freestanding dining table and chairs
King -size bed
En-Suite shower room
USB sockets and wall mounted bedside lights
2ft 6in beds
Fully enclosed shower with sliding glass door
Bradgate Holiday Park is sandwiched between some of England’s most beautiful sandy beaches. The park is located just two miles from the golden sands of Margate, Botany Bay and Joss Bay.
Margate is on England’s southeast coast. It’s known for its sandy beach, the modern Turner Contemporary art gallery and the popular Dreamland amusement park and entertainment centre which is based on a traditional British seaside funfair.
Broadstairs which is rim-full of nostalgic, old-world, seaside charm is a short ten minute drive from the park. Sandy bays meet surf schools. Fishermen’s cottages meet Charles Dickens connections. Retro ice-cream parlours meet chic shops. Relaxed and unspoilt, this is the perfect place for chilled-out, family-friendly fun and a great place for long walks along Kents Saxon Shoreline.
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