A large and spacious 4 double bedroom, 2 bathroom family home and a spacious 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom self contained studio flat, both with off street parking.
This property is situated on the east cliff of Ramsgate with sea views and is only a short distance to public transport, local shops, bars, restaurants, beaches and Ramsgate’s historic Royal harbour.
Total Floor Area Approx. 267.9 m² (2882 ft²)
Here are some activities and places to see around Ramsgate.
Ramsgate Maritime Museum is a maritime museum in Ramsgate, Kent, England, that describes the maritime history of East Kent. The museum is situated in the Clock House on the quayside of the Royal Harbour at Ramsgate.
Ramsgate’s Tunnels Explorer Tours take you underground to unlock the story of a hidden underground city which evolved from the largest and only known Civilian Deep Shelter Air Raid Precaution scheme authorised by Central Government. The military story is told elsewhere but very little remains of the civilian story of a front line town.
Ellington Park, only a couple of minutes walk from Ramsgate train station and not far from the top of the high street, is a gem nestled in the heart of the town. The park has a range of attractions, including a fenced play area for younger children, and a physical activity area which both children and adults can enjoy!
Located on the South-East tip of England, the historic town of Ramsgate has the only Royal Harbour in the Country, granted by George IV in 1821. Take in the sights and sounds of a working harbour with a beautiful selection of sailing and power boats. Take a boat trip around the harbour, visit the seals or do a spot of fishing.
King George VI Memorial Park is situated high on the chalky cliffs between Ramsgate and Broadstairs. The park has lots of open space and well trodden pathways that meander through the woodland areas. The park is popular with dog walkers, cyclists, families, and those wanting a cliff top stroll along the Thanet coastline.
Ramsgate offers a popular long stretch of sandy beach situated right next to the famed Royal Harbour (the only one in the UK) and Marina. With children's amusements, arcades and restaurants offering al fresco dining, the beach area will offer something for everyone and has a real continental feel.
This magnificent horse shoe shaped bay is the main attraction in Broadstairs. The choice holiday destination of Charles Dickens, he even wrote an affectionate piece on the town, Our English Watering Place. The long sandy bay, cliff top promenade and boardwalk make this bay a timeless thing of beauty.
The RAF Manston History Museum started life as the RAF Manston History Club in 1986 with the intention of presenting exhibits and artefacts connected with this famous airfield from its beginning on 29th May 1916 as Royal Naval Air Service Manston.
Wingham Wildlife Park is a medium-sized wildlife park situated near Wingham in Kent. Today, the species count at the park reaches over 200 covering fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and birds.
The Sailors’ Church and Harbour Mission, close by the foot of Jacob’s Ladder was built in 1878 by Canon Eustace Brenan, vicar of the nearby Christ Church. He saw the need for spiritual guidance and physical help for the men and boys who made up the crews of the sailing smacks who fished out of Ramsgate in the nineteenth century.
Port Lympne houses many rare and endangered species and the largest breeding herd of black rhinoceros in the UK. As well as Siberian tigers, there are small cats, monkeys, Malayan tapirs, Barbary lions, African hunting dogs and many more, some of which are on the circular walk.
The park is most famous for having some of the largest family groups of western lowland gorillas in the world. It is also home to the largest breeding herd of African elephants in the United Kingdom and has one of the largest breeding groups of lion-tailed macaques in the world.
Sandwich and Pegwell Bay is a 615-hectare nature reserve Kent, managed by the Kent Wildlife Trust. This site has the only ancient dune pasture in the county, and other habitats include inter-tidal mudflats, saltmarshes, shingle beaches, sand dunes and chalk cliffs. It is internationally important for its bird life
From the sandy sands of camber to the White Cliffs of Ramsgate the England Coastal Path is a delight to walk, whether it’s the full length or a smaller section of it. Setting out from the wonderful East Sussex coastline you will see coastal delights, sea life, bird life and plant life as you make your way over the cliff tops with wonderful sea views.
The Micro Museum contains a selection of vintage home computers, entertainment and other electronics from the owner Mike Deer's collection.