An attractive 1930's built 'Underdown' cottage, having been tastefully maintained and improved whilst still retaining a wealth of original charm and character.
The attractive flint wall enclosed garden has established flower borders and carriage driveway providing ample off street parking and the garage has a pitched roof for extra storage. The solid oak entrance door with tile canopy roof leads you in to the entrance vestibule and hall with good storage space and cloakroom/WC, whilst the ground floor study offers the flexibility of an occasional fourth bedroom. The well appointed lounge has a window to front and bi-fold doors to the rear garden whilst the 'inglenook' fireplace with cast iron log burner creates a nice focal point. The open plan dining area also overlooks the garden has a light and spacious feel and opens directly into the kitchen which is fitted with an extensive range of white high gloss units, complemented by granite work surface and breakfast bar. There is a sink with waste disposal and integrated appliances including dishwasher, induction hob, oven, microwave and double fridge/freezer. The utility room has additional cupboards and work surface with appliance space, boiler cupboard and doors to garage and rear garden.
From the entrance hall a turn staircase leads to the attractive galleried landing with access to the bathroom which is fitted with a contemporary style white suite. The master bedroom has a good range of fitted wardrobes and dual aspect windows with views of Seaford Head. The stunning en-suite shower room has a double shower cubicle with remote 'Aqualisa' shower, wash basin in vanity unit and WC complemented by tiled walls and heated floor. Two further double bedrooms have views of Seaford Head. The secluded well established garden has a south aspect, full width patio and raised beds, large lawn bordered and inset with mature trees and bushes, modern summerhouse with underfloor heating and power, brick store and potting shed.