Newly converted terraced home with traditional flint frontage, offers two bedrooms with a study/3rd bedroom. Downstairs a contemporary fitted white kitchen with marble effect tiles and work surfaces, complemented with Bosch integrated appliances. Open plan living space with double glazed patio doors leading out to a Southerly Aspect rear walled garden. Downstairs cloakroom.
Upstairs two bedrooms, the master with built in wardrobes, a study or 3rd bedroom and two bathrooms. Neutrally decorated home with grey and white palette, carpet and tiled flooring. Contemporary fitted bathrooms suites with marble effect tiling and white sanitary ware.
The property comes with a PCC warranty. but is not part of the help to buy scheme.
The property is located right in the heart of the village within easy walking distance of all local amenities. The seafront is just 5 minutes walk away.
Nestled at the foot of the beautiful South Downs National Park, the charming and friendly village of Rottingdean centres around the picturesque pond and Village Green.
It is home to quaint character pubs, cafes, restaurants and local produce shops.Throughout the year there are several community events including the spring music festival, music on the seafront terraces throughout the summer and the autumn jazz festival, as well as annual garden fetes and regular community events.
In the 19th-century the village became popular amongst artists, writers and politicians - counting Rudyard Kipling, among others, as a famous former resident - and it still retains its artsy feel today.
The landmark “Smock” windmill sits atop Beacon Hill nearby and mile upon mile of spectacular, rolling countryside provides the perfect backdrop. Settled beneath the chalk cliffs runs a promenade that will take you as far as the Marin , popular with walkers and cyclists alike.
Brighton and the Marina:
The buzz and bright lights of both Brighton Marina and the cosmopolitan City of Brighton and Hove are only moments up the coast to the west with an eclectic mix of quirky independent shops, hidden lanes, numerous music and theatre venues and leisure facilities.
The annual Brighton festival and Brighton fringe are internationally renowned featuring a vast array of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film, literature, debate, outdoor and family events.
Coastal bus routes provide frequent services along the seafront and to all areas of the locality and for rail travellers, the cities mainline railway station provides excellent services to London in less than one hour with destinations to London Victoria, London Bridge and St Pancras International stations. The A27 at Falmer is approximately 5 miles away, giving fast access both East, West and North to the A23/M23 with the national motorway network beyond. Gatwick Airport is approximately 31 miles.
For cyclists the Brighton bike hire facility is available from the village.Reference: 238374