SALTDEAN DRIVE, SALTDEAN, BN2 8SD
Asking Price: £775,000
- Four/Five Bedroom Detached House
- Two/Three Reception Rooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Extended & Refurbished
- Flexible Accommodation
- Views Over Saltdean To The Sea
- West Facing Garden
- Off Road Parking & Garage
- Vendor Suited
This superb four/five bedroom detached home has been the subject of an extensive modernisation and extension and offers a large amount of flexible accommodation throughout.
On the ground floor there is a fantastic kitchen/dining room, this is a great space and has all the integrated appliances you might expect including access to a very handy utility room which in turn leads out to the hallway. Also on the ground floor there are two bedrooms, with both having a bay window to the front and the second doubling up as a study/office, dependant on your needs. There is a further reception room which leads through to the conservatory, a fantastic place for the family which leads to the kitchen/dining room. Completing this floor is a bathroom and a separate shower.
On the first floor there are three further bedrooms, fitted wardrobes in one, plenty of eaves storage in the front bedroom and a wonderful bathroom and a separate WC.
Outside there is a West facing rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area and a rear raised area with a shed/summer house. At the front there is block paved off street parking for multiple cars that leads to the garage, which has an integral door.
Within close proximity in Saltdean to schools and shops, there is also access to the Sussex National South Downs, perfect for dog walking or a nice family walk when the sun is shining. Just across from the property is the Saltdean Lido with access to a newly-installed heated open-air swimming pool.
This very well-located property is just a short distance to the beach and the historic village of Rottingdean is also close by, offering a range of renowned independent shops including cafés, fashion boutiques, a bakery, the greengrocer/deli and a post office. Focal points in the village are the pond, Kipling Gardens, two churches and the library. The popular beach is a great draw as well as the under-cliff walk which extends to Brighton, Hove and beyond.
There are many highly regarded schools and colleges in the local area, including Roedean School and Brighton College. The city is also the home to both the University of Sussex and Brighton University.
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