This open and light house is accessed through a part-glazed original wooden door, which leads into a good size entrance hall. There are original wooden floors throughout the property, recently renovated. The property benefits from high ceilings, original, fully operational, feature cast iron fireplaces, as well as ample storage space downstairs, on the first floor and in the large loft. The house has been well maintained and has new gutters and fascia. Next to the large and inviting reception room is an extensive, open plan kitchen-diner with a built-in dishwasher and a luxurious Leisure range cooker. This delightful spacious room opens onto the conservatory and garden. From here follows a generous size sunroom with direct access to the rear garden. There is also space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier.
The first floor offers a vast and light master bedroom with a feature cast iron fireplace and bay window. This room benefits from stunning views of the South Downs.
Bedroom two is a very sunny room, also benefiting from a feature cast iron fireplace and overlooking the rear garden. Bedroom three is a good size single which overlooks the front and the South Downs.
The light and sunny family bathroom is fitted with a paneled bath with a shower, low level WC and basin. There are part-tiled walls and benefits from recently renovated original wooden floors.
The first-floor landing also gives access to a large boarded loft room with cleverly designed space allowing for ample storage.
The rear garden is easy to look after with minimum effort; it benefits from raised flower beds and established fruit trees. There’s a rear access to the garden through a lockable double gate.
The property also benefits from of a very large, fully insulated, studio / workshop, with power, lighting and plumbing with a sink and water.
Lounge - 12'7 x 12'4 Kitchen/diner - 18'7 x 9'11 Sun room - 18' 1 x 8'2 Bed One - 13' x 11 10 Bed Two - 11 '10 x 9'1, Bed Three 7'5 x 6'4
A charming and spacious three- bedroom family house located on a very popular residential street overlooking the South Downs. This bright and airy property has been lovingly looked after the current owners and is ideally positioned for quick access to the local buses and train station with direct links to Brighton, Eastbourne, and Lewes with their numerous attractions. It is also only a very short walk from the town centre with its shops and cafés, two nearby GP Surgeries, and a few-minute walk to the seaside with its gorgeous cliffs and green hills. There’s the Newhaven Fort nearby, recently renovated and most interesting to explore, lovely Marina, and charming and friendly local pubs, as well as the fantastic large and green Paradise Park, which appeals to adults and children alike. The house is in the catchment area for 3 popular local schools and only a 2- minute walk to the Harbour Nursery & Primary School, rated by Ofsted as outstanding in the Early Years of education.