As you approach the house from the seafront, the elevated position promises lovely views and privacy.
The front drive leads to a detached garage with steps to the side leading to the front door. Upon entering you are immediately struck by the abundance of windows throughout the house that flood it with natural light from all angles. The dual aspect third bedroom, currently used as a study, is in the southernmost part of the house and is elegantly decorated.
The kitchen is located to the rear, also has a dual aspect and a door leading to the garden. The kitchen is spacious and warm offering plenty of room for a small breakfast table. There is a range of integrated appliances and ample storage for a family or eager chef.
The living room is a wonderful warm inviting space with a window overlooking the rear garden with a door providing lots of light to the room. The current owners have installed a wood-burning stove and an exposed brick wall adds further character and charm to this already homely space.
There are a further two double bedrooms one of which at the front of the house has wonderful views across the rooftops to the sea. The newly-fitted white bathroom is fully tiled with a bath/shower over, underfloor heating and a ladder towel rail.
The garden, backing onto the South Downs National Park and featuring sea views, is zoned with a secluded patio area which gets the wonderful afternoon sun. The additional area to the garden is lawned with terraced beds.
Located close to the seafront in popular Saltdean with a useful nearby bus service which takes you along the coast road to Rottingdean Village, the city of Brighton, Hove and beyond.Reference: 233089