The Bread Factory Ramsgate
A superbly converted former factory, alighned with contemporary new build town houses - all within easy reach of the famous town of Ramsgate with its beautiful marina and sandy beaches.
14 light, spacious and contemporary townhouses will stand adjacent to the original mill at The Bread Factory. These impressive homes benefit from three bedrooms, private parking and bespoke kitchens and bathrooms.
The 27 apartments offer spacious one, two and three bedroom homes. Most of the apartments benefit from their own balcony or terrace and access to the landscaped gardens interwoven around the development.
With Phase I of the development now complete, Phase II will provide a mix of new build contemporary homes with a total of 14 townhouses, and 27 apartments.
- Historic Grade II listed factory conversion with complementary new homes
- Less than 5 minutes walk to Ramsgate train station
- Bespoke kitchens with integrated branded appliances
- Designated off street parking
- Communal gardens
- Open plan living space
- Stylish common areas
- High end specification
Located at Ramsgate’s highest point, The Bread Factory development overlooks the English Channel and surrounding area. Only moments walk from a variety of restaurants, shops, bars and The Royal Harbour Marina; the new development is at the heart of local life. The town of Broadstairs is a 10 minute drive or 5 minute train ride away and is known as a top Kent culinary destination with a host of delicious restaurants serving locally sourced produce. As well as the annual food festival held every October, it is also home to Broadstairs Folk Week celebrated in August each year.
With a full and varied calendar of events, Ramsgate has something to offer everyone including local festivals and a vast array of activities from sailing to cycling and surfing to golfing.
Margate, one of the UK’s top holiday destinations, is a short drive away along with fifteen local beaches to choose from, many of which have been awarded the prestigious blue flag and seaside awards.
The original mill was designed by architect E.W. Pugin in 1865 who was known for his Neo-Gothic architecture. The mill was taken over by Rank Hovis, Britains leading flour miller in 1960. The Bread Factory was given Grade II listed status in 1988 having survived two world wars despite heavy bombings in the area in WWII. Air-raid tunnels are still situated under the mill, dug out to protect mill and office workers. The new build areas have been carefully designed to complement the existing architecture and character of the mill and the development as a whole has retained the period charm from the original structure.
You can arrange to visit by contacting our Ramsgate office on 018443 590900 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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