A 1928 character detached house, with views and original features, in a quiet, yet convenient, location in the favoured south-east corner.
The useful quarry tiled entrance porch leads to a welcoming hallway with understairs cupboard, exposed floorboards and window to rear. The double aspect lounge has an attractive fireplace with coal effect gas fire, shelving, cupboards, window to front and doors onto the garden. The spacious dining room has a dual fuel cast iron burner and a large bay window to front. The quarry tiled downstairs cloakroom has a closed coupled w/c, mini basin and frosted window.
The Claremont designed kitchen/breakfast room, with underfloor heating, is fitted with a double bowl sink, solid wood surfaces, cupboards and drawers beneath and above, inset four ring gas hob, tower unit housing electric oven, shelves, larder cupboard, space for fridge/freezer, part metro styled tiled walls, and window to rear. The adjoining utility room has a butler sink, work surface, appliance spaces, window and doors to garage and rear garden.
The first floor landing has a heated linen cupboard and access to the loft space with fitted ladder. Bedroom one, with eaves storage, is double aspect with windows to rear and front. The en-suite shower room has a shower cubicle with glazed door, basin with cupboard below, close coupled w/c and heated towel rail. Bedrooms two and three both have access to a large eaves storage area. Bedroom two has sea views to front; bedroom three has views towards Seaford Head. The bathroom has a bath with shower over, pedestal basin, close coupled w/c, heated towel rail, fitted cupboard and windows to rear.
The level landscaped garden, with downland views, includes a large terrace, lawn, meadow, pond, trees (including apricot and almond) shrubs, fruit bushes, patio with pergola, potting shed, gazebo, water taps and butts. The driveway provides ample parking, and the garage has power, lighting, shelving, boiler, creel and megaflo cylinder.