This wonderfully distinctive four-bedroomed family home, with far reaching sea and downland views, is located in one of the most desired roads of Rottingdean. The stunning frontage, with off-street parking for several cars as well as a garage, is pure 1930s. And the house is built with the flair and craftmanship which typify that period.
The seaside-coloured hallway links all the rooms on the ground floor. The art deco sitting room leads through to a bright and spacious family room/study with access to the terrace and garden beyond. The kitchen benefits from sliding doors to the garden, plus a handy larder store and entrance to the garage. There is also a separate WC. Completing the downstairs accommodation you have the third reception room which is being used as a medical consulting room by the current owners.
Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, including a master with a south facing balcony, as well as a shower room and a bathroom with a free-standing bath. The garden takes the form of a terrace, which is accessed by both the kitchen and the family room, and a natural woodland area with a garden shed and a ‘tea house’.
The historic centre of Rottingdean, is a scenic walk away and offers a range of renowned independent shops, including cafés, fashion boutiques, a bakery, florist, the greengrocer/deli and a post office. The village pond, Kipling Gardens, two churches and the library are focal points in the village. The popular beach is a great draw, as is the under cliff walk which extends to Brighton, Hove and beyond.Reference: 234005