What makes this area so special
Cliftonville is a late Victorian district of Margate, originally built for wealthy tourists. Following a decline from the 1970s onwards, it is now a central part of Margates ’renaissance’ attracting many young people and creatives from London and elsewhere who can be found in the emerging cafes and shops of Northdown Road, a two-minute walk from the house, and in the historic centre of Margate, a ten-minute walk away.
There is a well-known path called the Viking Trail which passes closeby the house and offers a lovely coastal foot and cycle path from Reculver to Ramsgate. Cliftonville’s mysterious Shell Grotto is a five-minute walk away and the famous Turner Contemporary, just twelve-minutes’ walk.