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As the spring weather warms up, many families’ thoughts turn to spending sunny days at the beach and in the countryside.


With 350 miles of coastline and 72.7% of its land undeveloped, the county of Kent is the perfect place to do so. And with homebuyers at Lanthorne Place in Broadstairs able to move in ready for summer, making the most of the sunshine has never been easier.

Located just a five-minute stroll from the beautiful Stone Bay Beach and providing easy access to rolling countryside and the 32-mile Viking Coastal Trail for keen runners, walkers and cyclists, Lanthorne Place by Elivia Homes enjoys an idyllic setting. For buyers seeking a home ready to move into for summer, Elivia Homes is hosting an open evening at the development on Thursday 11th April 2024. Guests will have the opportunity to view the two spacious show homes, both beautifully designed by leading designer Blocc Interiors.


Homes at Lanthorne Place include one-bedroom apartments priced at £250,000 and two-bedroom homes priced from £320,000. The 53 homes, which feature a range of styles and designs to suit all buyers, also include three-bedroom properties priced from £395,000 and four-bedroom homes that start from £700,000.

In addition to providing year-round access to some of Kent’s lovely beaches and countryside, the homes also feature high-quality interiors, as guests will be able to see on 11th April. Running from 5.30-7.30 pm, the open evening will provide plenty of time for visitors to view the show homes and speak to the Elivia Homes’ sales team about life at Lanthorne Place. Mortgage advisors will be on hand to provide expert mortgage advice, with information also available about the £5,000 contribution towards moving fees that Elivia Homes provides.

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Philip Brown, Sales and Marketing Director at Elivia Homes, comments: “Lanthorne Place is ideally located for enjoying the best of the Kent lifestyle, from the coast and countryside to the shops and amenities of Broadstairs, just a gentle 20-minute walk away. We are delighted to have homes available for buyers to move into ready for summer and look forward to welcoming those interested to our open evening on 11th April, to enable them to experience Elivia Homes’ signature specification first-hand.”

Being so close to Broadstairs means homeowners at Lanthorne Place have a wealth of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops available to them, as well as a range of events throughout the year. These include the 10-day-long Midsummer Market, held at Broadstairs’ Viking Bay and featuring world street food, artisan crafts, clothing and jewellery, with a distinctive coastal festival vibe. There’s also the week-long Broadstairs Dickens Festival, held in June each year in honour of Charles Dickens’ regular visits to the town he immortalised as, “Our English watering place.” Two three-day long Broadstairs Food Festivals also take place each year - at Easter and during the autumn - to celebrate local producers’ impressive range of delicacies. Nearby Margate and Ramsgate also hold regular festivals, from foodie-focused events to the hugely popular annual Margate Soul Festival.

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For the practicalities of daily family life, Lanthorne Place is well-located for commuters heading into London. Trains from Broadstairs station (a four-minute drive from the development) reach London St Pancras in 1 hour and 22 minutes, while the M20 motorway, which connects with the M25, is a 40-minute drive.

The local education offering is impressive, with several Outstanding-rated schools. Eight of these lie within a three-mile radius of Lanthorne Place, including St Mildred’s Primary Infant School, Upton Junior School, Dane Court Grammar School and Broadstairs College.

For residents seeking to make the most of summer, Broadstairs is home to seven pretty beaches and coves. The town is also well connected for holidays in continental Europe, being around a 40-minute drive from both Dover and Folkestone. Calais is reachable from the latter by train in just 35 minutes. Ferries from Dover, meanwhile, connect directly with Calais and Dunkirk in 1.5 and two hours respectively.

For further information and to book an appointment with the sales team for the open day on 11th April 2024, visit
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