TUDOR CLOSE, DEAN COURT ROAD, BN2 7DF
Asking Price: £650,000
- Three Bedroom Tudor Style House
- In Need Of External & Internal Renovation
- Grade II Listed
- Historic Rottingdean Village
- Picturesque Development
- Generous Lounge & Dining Areas
- Bathroom & Downstairs WC
- Communal Courtyard
- No Chain
- Restrictive Covenants
Tudor Close is a Grade II listed set of seven homes. Features include Tudor leaded windows, solid wood doors and exposed oak frames with ornate carvings. It is built around two sides of a walled courtyard dating from 1929. The outer walls are flint with brick dressing. The homes owner purchased the property 30 years ago and no changes or updates were undertaken. The home is in clear need of a complete modernisation
The development was originally The Tudor Close Hotel constructed in 1929 and a popular destination for movie stars of the period such as Cary Grant and Bette Davis. The Closes history also includes the creation of the murder mystery board game Cluedo.
On the ground floor, there is a combined reception lounge and living room featuring two very large fireplaces and high ceilings. The dining room has an original glass ceiling and skylight. The kitchen is spacious with its own skylight and a view of the back courtyard. The entrance has a coat area and small WC and wash basin. A community courtyard is viewed from the kitchen and dining room.
Upstairs you have three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The western view from the bedrooms captures the Close, St Margarets Church and the Rottingdean Windmill is dramatic at sunset. The ceilings in the upstairs rooms are vaulted and figured with oak beams. Each room has plentiful storage.
There are restrictive covenants that cover Tudor Close and all communal areas.
Tudor Close is a few minutes walk to Kipling Gardens, the Grange, the village green, pond and charming High Street with its pubs, green grocer and other shops. Brighton with its famous pier, shopping lanes, theatre, Marina and train station to London, is just under six miles away with an easy and frequent bus service.
Walking the Undercliff to Saltdean or Brighton can become a daily habit. South Downs National Park, spectacular walking, can be conveniently reached by Dean Court Road, the Whiteway Lane and Bazehill Road.
Council Tax Band G