‘Tudor Cottages’ are not Tudor at all but conversions of the tithe barn at Court Farm around the 1930s by Charles Neville.
With a tiled roof and tall decorative chimney stack, the building has been rendered, having mock timber framing, flint walls and brick dressings. Carved timber barge boards to gables. There are leaded windows throughout.
The house is set close to the street front, with a low flint wall to the boundary. Many of the beams, timbers and tiles, which have been elaborately carved with Tudor roses as well as other decorations, were taken from other old barns and buildings; much of the fabric of Tudor Close and Tudor Cottages is therefore genuinely old.
Making an ideal home or Pied-á-Terre, this wonderful house offers a large reception hall with two further reception rooms and a kitchen with access to the garden. There is also a handy utility area and WC offering flexibility. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and a bathroom with bath/shower.
Close to Rottingdean village, the famous duck pond and church. This striking home is close to all of the popular local amenities.