Bradstow Court

Extra Care

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Bradstow Court, Rumfields Road, Broadstairs, KENT, CT10 2FE

This court is made up of properties to rent.

To rent

No vacancies

Minimum age: 55

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About Bradstow Court

Set in the historical and charming seaside town of Broadstairs in East Kent, Bradstow Court is a very popular development with something for everyone. Charles Dickens spent many years in Broadstairs, so there is a thriving cultural scene with plenty of attractions and places of interest, including Dickens Week in June, Folk Week in October, and the annual food festival.

The scheme is within easy distance of Broadstairs town, being five minutes bus journey; and there are a range of shops and facilities within easy access, including supermarkets, clothes shops, post offices, GP surgeries and dentists. The closest bus stop is 50 metres from the court, while local taxis are reliable and good value, and the Thanet Community Transport can accommodate those with wheelchairs, running trips to places of interest. 
Bradstow Court itself is ideal for independent living, offering many opportunities to socialise or keep yourself to yourself if you prefer. On site there is a small shop, hairdressers, internet café, licensed bar and restaurant. The Court also has a large beautiful garden with plenty of seating areas and a beautiful rose garden. Residents are welcome to get involved in helping in the garden, and there are often barbeques held, as well as the annual sports day.

Social life on the scheme is vibrant, and there is a Residents Association. You can get involved in quizzes, coffee mornings, scrabble and cards, intergenerational projects with the local schools, computer classes, themed nights at the bar, monthly church services, knit and natters. Age UK run a day centre at the court twice a week and many of the residents are happy to join in with their activities.     

Life at Bradstow Court

Social life on the scheme is vibrant, and there is a Residents Association. You can get involved in quizzes, coffee mornings, scrabble and cards, intergenerational projects with the local schools, computer classes, themed nights at the bar, monthly church services, knit and natters. Age UK run a day centre at the court twice a week and many of the residents are happy to join in with their activities.

Map and facilities

Housing type:
Extra Care
Number of properties:
40
Building type:
Flats / Flats
Accommodation:
1 bedroom flats / 2 bedroom flats
Support & care:
Appello Careline, Non-Resident Scheme Manager
Pets:
This court is pet friendly - please ask the court manager for more information

What's nearby

  • Bus stop
  • Shop
  • Post office
  • GP Surgery
  • Social activities
  • Town centre