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Eliott’s Close is a Brand New Development of Bespoke Contemporary homes set in a quiet-de-sac of the seaside town of Margate. These homes are just over a mile from Margate Train Station, making the location suitable for any commuters. Not only does Margate Train Station have a fast service into London St Pancras but also stops at Ashford. This is where you will able to access the Eurostar services’ to Paris and beyond.
Margate has been one of the UK’s leading seaside resorts for hundreds of years and offers all the benefits that brings. Elliotts Close itself is close to the ever-popular Margate Sands - what could be more convenient for a family with young children to entertain!
Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside...
A short drive away, there’s plenty of the great outdoors to enjoy at Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve, where you can explore the wetlands, reed beds and woodlands, whilst at Wingham Wildlife Park near Canterbury, you can meet the monkeys, wolves, reptiles, big cats and more.
Some of the UK’s very best sandy beaches can be enjoyed in nearby Broadstairs as well as at The Bay, the wide sandy beach that’s one of several in Margate – with more than fifteen more scattered across the wider area, so you’ll never have a problem getting your daily dose of Vitamin Sea!
A life on the ocean wave...
Nestling on the southeastern tip of Kent, Margate enjoys an oceanic climate, with often milder temperatures complemented by a relatively large amount of sunshine and quite low rainfall, so the kids can spend even more time playing amongst the palm trees on the beach, while you relax with a sundowner. Local amenities...
Even though Margate is closer to France than it is to its own county town of Maidstone, regular trains from Margate Station will whisk you directly to London St Pancras International or London Victoria station in under two hours.
And for families with young children, Elliotts Close offers a number of well-regarded primary schools. One of these is virtually on your doorstep – Cliftonville Primary and Pre-School, awarded an Ofsted rating of Outstanding in November 2016.
There are plenty of retail opportunities in Margate and beyond, whether you simply want to shop for weekly groceries, or indulge in the biggest high street fashion brands. There’s the convenience of a large supermarket in Margate.
On the last Sunday of every month, you can also browse the stalls of the nearby Cliftonville Farmers' Market, where youcan sample high-quality local produce and home-cooked delicacies. Set up around the historic Oval bandstand close to the sea, you’ll find seasonal fruit and vegetables, artisan breads, cheeses, meat, fresh fish and plenty more besides.
Margate town centre itself is renowned for its vintage stores and quaint boutiques, and less than three miles away, Westwood Cross Shopping Centre offers a variety of well-known shops and eateries, as well as a 10-screen cinema. It’s easy to get there by car or on the Thanet Loop bus service.
Alternatively, for an even bigger shopping experience, you can reach the 300 high street and designer stores at Bluewater in about an hour by car, or an hour and a half by rail. For more traditional seaside entertainment, you can take your chances at Strokes Adventure Golf, the mini golf course overlooking Westbrook Bay. The more adventurous types can surf or jet ski along the coast, while further inland is the Revolution Skate Park and Climbing Centre.
Close by are the thrills and rides of Dreamland Amusement Park (which famously featured in an episode of ‘Only Fools & Horses’), which also hosts events from concerts to outdoor cinema screenings. As well as its obvious lifestyle advantages, Elliotts Close allows residents to indulge in a wealth of culture, right ontheir doorstep. Less than a mile away, the outstanding Turner Contemporary, the world-class modern gallery standing where the artist himself once lived, showcases renowned collections.
Theatre-goers are spoiled for choice too, with the Theatre Royal in Addington Street – the second oldest theatre in the country – and the Tom Thumb Theatre, the second smallest. In addition, the Winter Gardens stages entertainment from music shows to stand-up comedy and music-lovers can swing along to the Margate Jazz Festival which takes place every June. The only problem is knowing how to fit it all in.