A generous five bedroom family home in an enviable position near the famous Saltdean Lido, the beach and Rottingdean Village

Arundel Drive West, Saltdean, BN2 8SJ

5 bedrooms
Guide price: £700,000 - £750,000


  • Detached Five Bedroom Chalet Bungalow
  • Large Corner Plot
  • No Chain
  • Rottingdean Village & Saltdean Lido Nearby
  • Stylish Kitchen
  • Large Garage (Potential Annex STNC)
  • Off Street Parking For Multiple Cars
  • Sea & Park Views

Located on the favoured, west side of Saltdean Park this impressive family home has been lovingly modernised by the current owners, also being sold with no chain.

Sitting on a large corner plot close to the beach and almost a stone's throw from the famous Saltdean Lido, which has recently been restored to its former glory and has just recently reopened, which has an outdoor heated swimming pool, is this immaculately presented house. 

Turning off from the seafront road you approach the house on your left, seemingly unassuming in stature but clearly spacious, the prelude to this space within starts with the exceptionally large carriage driveway, with ample parking for multiple cars. Finished in block paving and bordered with shrubs and a white rendered wall for added privacy, the drive also gives access to the exceptionally large garage to the left of the house. The garage is completely detached to the house and it is thought this, along with the secure workshop could be converted to form an annex for relatives, guests or an added rental income (STNC) with potential separate access from Abbotsbury Close available. 

Stairs rise to the front of the house and into the spacious and useful porch, a perfect area for unloading muddy children and wet doggies. 

Into the large double height hallway, which has stairs rising to the upstairs converted loft which forms two large bedrooms and a modern and stylish master bathroom. The stairs themselves are finished with a stunning glass balustrade ensure the hallway is flooded with natural light from the west facing velux windows on the landing.

To the left of the doorway is the beautiful spacious kitchen/dining room, designed specifically with entertaining and family time in mind. The high gloss finish kitchen, with large cupboards and a stylish work surface and a full range of quality integrated appliances including speed oven, gas hob, warming drawer, high level dishwasher as well as free standing American style fridge/freezer. The design allows for cooking while entertaining with an enormous in built table with matching bar stools with plenty of room for lots of guests to sit. The specification is exceptional and includes, underfloor heating, boiling water tap. 

The large living room is off to the left of the kitchen and enjoys gorgeous views of the sea and the park, the studio or sun room is at the very front also enjoying those special views, a perfect space for a teenagers snug, adults sundowners area or little ones play room. 

At the rear of the house accessed via the back of the living room, is a useful study area, adding yet more living space to an already impressive living accommodation. 

The northernmost wing of the house is reserved for the bedrooms, with three large double bedrooms all with fitted storage. The master is at the front of the house, yet another room which enjoys that spectacular view. This room has a special nostalgic feel with the storage having the original internal fittings all in good quality. 

The nostalgia continues in the bathroom at the rear, finished in grey with an original four piece suite, complete with original, oversized enamel bath. 

The garden is private, west facing and low maintenance with access via both sides of the house and giving access to the garage, secure workshop, laundry/boiler/utility room and potting/maintenance area. 

Views and space are just two of the words that spring to mind when thinking of this wonderful house, it simply must be seen to be appreciated. 

Rottingdean is simply a walk along the seafront with its wonderful community spirit and mix of boutique, independent and useful shops as well as a range of historic eateries and drink establishments. Also, within close proximity to access to the Sussex National South Downs, perfect for walking dogs or a nice family walk when the sun is out. 

The access into and out of the city of Brighton and Hove is simple, with a regular and reliable bus service to taking you wherever you need to go, including to Brighton Mainline Railway station allowing access to London easily.

Reference: 231655


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