Oozing character and charm, this wonderful three bedroom home is situated in the picturesque Hamlet of Ovingdean, set on the edge of the South Downs National Park. A grade II listed cottage with a traditional flint and hanging tile exterior.
The inside is far from the typical cottage with well-proportioned rooms and lots of light. The downstairs has a spacious lounge with an exposed brick feature fireplace. The stripped wooden floor continues into the dining room, which could also make a great study.
The kitchen is located at the rear and is finished with white shaker style units and wood work surfaces, with a handy utility area set off to one side and a downstairs WC. This can be accessed from the back door which leads directly from the parking space, ideal for bringing in the children or the shopping. The kitchen is finished beautifully with terracotta tiles.
Upstairs has three good size double rooms and a family bathroom; all rooms have lovely views of the Sussex Downs. The family bathroom has a white suite with traditional tongue and groove wood panelling and stylish blue and white tiling.
Situated just east of Brighton, along the seafront and approximately 10 minutes by car, Ovingdean proves an ever popular choice for people searching for a countryside feel. The Village Hall is located a short walk from the property and has many after school and community activities. The local picturesque St Wulfrans Church is an 11th century church, nestling on the edge of The South Downs. It is one of the oldest buildings in the city of Brighton and Hove.Reference: 223742