This detached four bedroom home is a superb example of what can be achieved when the right style and taste are applied.

Chailey Avenue, Rottingdean, BN2 7GH

4 bedrooms
Asking Price: £850,000



  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Detached
  • Beautifully Renovated
  • Block Paved Drive To Garage
  • Open Kitchen Dining Area
  • Rottingdean Coastal Location
  • Downland Views
  • Garden To Three Sides

This Detached four bedroom home is a superb example of what can be achieved when the right style and taste are applied.

Vitrine paving leads past a pond and lawn to steps to the arched porch, Inside, the broad hall has streamlined doors, oak Amtico flooring and a large cupboard for coats and bags. A discreet cloakroom also has a Grohe dual head power shower to serve the guest bedroom. To the right, a light and bright triple aspect living room, the French doors in the south bay opening to a sun terrace, ideal for entertaining, with a gate between it and the front garden’s pond. Inside, there’s a window seat in the wide west bay which offers views of the sea.

The fabulous kitchen diner spans the full depth of the house and has been designed so that each room can be reached from the hall. The dining area has a deep west bay with central doors to the front garden, The kitchen is safely tucked away from the main flow between the house and garden behind a peninsular island/breakfast bar. Stylish white units are topped by solid wood, plumbing’s in place for a dishwasher and the steel Rangemaster could stay, subject to negotiation. The far wall slides across to a separate storage and utility room, with access to the garden, garage and side gate, and beyond this is the large double guest bedroom, with an attic and great views of Rottingdean’s Mill.

Upstairs, central to this floor, the luxury bathroom has a beautiful maple floor and contemporary white suite with a Triton AS2000XT shower above the bath, and there’s a heated rail. Next door, the second double bedroom has big fitted mirrored wardrobes. At the front, the third bedroom’s a generous size with dual aspect windows bringing in views which sweep from the sea, over the windmill and on to the Downs. At the other end of the hall, the master bedroom has ample storage and the bonus of a sea view.

Brighton city centre is easily accessible with the frequent bus services where you have the theatre, the fashionable laines, bars and restaurants and of course, Brighton Pier.

The South Downs National Park is virtually on your doorstep, and of course the beach is within walking distance, which is wonderful in the summer if you want to spend a few hours soaking up the sun.

There's plenty of bars and restaurants to keep you amused in the evenings and local shops are literally around the corner where bus routes into the city can be found also.

“We have loved bringing our children up in this bright, quiet house with its sea views, versatile rooms and beautiful gardens, and hope that you will enjoy the location here as much as we have.”

Reference: 225958


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