Peacehaven, East Sussex
- Guide Price £500,000-£550,000
- A Detached Three Bedroom 1920's House
- Splendid Views of the Coast & South Downs
- Sitting Room, Dining Room/Bedroom Four and Sun Room
- Separate Kitchen/Breakfast Room and a Utility Room
- Extensive Gardens
- Garage And Separate Workshop
- Scope for Extension (STNC)
- Internal Floor Area 90m²/968ft²
Guide Price £500,000-£550,000. Oakley are pleased to offer this attractive detached 1920's house set in a semi rural cliff top position looking over the English channel. The property is set in mature grounds comprising formal gardens, a small orchard , private paddock and an area of heathland to the southern side of the property. The house offers scope to extend and build a modern family dwelling (STNC) an there is an opportunity to purchase than extra road side plot of land affording the owner the option to change the configuration of the current dwelling. The accommodation comprises an entrance vestibule leading on to a hallway, two reception rooms/bedroom four, a westerly aspect sun room, kitchen/dining room with stunning southerly views and a separate utility room. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms and a bathroom.
This 1920's three bedroom detached house set in a sizable plot with a southerly and westerly aspect. The property comprises a double glazed entrance vestibule leading to a spacious entrance hall. There is a dining room/bedroom four to the front and sitting room to the rear with a double aspect to the garden with patio doors leading to a westerly double glazed sun room having double glazed doors on to the formal garden. There is a kitchen/dining room with a triple aspect offering stunning southerly sea views and a separate utility room leading to a WC with plumbing for a washing machine. To the first floor you have a double glazed window to the landing with stunning direct sea views. There are two good size double bedrooms, a third single bedroom and a family bathroom.
The property is set in a large plot with the main grounds extending to three sides of the property comprising a small paddock, an orchard with apple and plum trees with formal gardens to the west and southerly elevations. There is a workshop in the garden fitted out with power and lighting. The current owner has bee hives and a fruit garden which would suit someone looking to try a more eco friendly lifestyle. There is a garage to the side and the property offers scope for extension subject to necessary consents.
The Leas is situated in an enviable cliff top location enjoying commanding views of the English Channel and the Coastline having gardens to three sides and scope to extend and create a stunning family home. Nearby amenities include Peacehaven local shopping Parade with an array of local businesses and shopping facilities, the port of Newhaven with ferry services to Dieppe and Sainsbury's supermarket lies to the east and to the west you have Brighton Marina (6 miles) with it's cinema, major supermarket, various restaurants and mooring facilities. Brighton and Hove City Centre lies just 7 miles along the coast with its mainline railway stations offering services to London Victioria and London Bridge and an array of shopping and entertainment facilities. Approximately 10 miles North is the Historic County Town of Lewes with its Norman motte and bailey castle and the river Ouse running through the centre. The town has a Waitrose and Tesco supermarket and many individual boutique shops. Nearby Schools include Harbour Primary, Meridian Community Primary and Seahaven Academy, Brighton College and Varndean School along with the universities of Brighton and Sussex which are approximately 7 and 8 miles distant respectively. There are independent local shops and banking facilities in Peacehaven.
Starting from the junction in Rottingdean at Marine Drive and High Street, head east along Marine drive for 3.6 miles. Just after the speed camera turn right onto the Highway and the property can be found approximately 300 meters to your right.
Double glazed sliding door.
Understair cupboard, single radiator and dado rail with panelling below.
Dining Room/Bedroom Four
4.09m x 3.98m (13' 5" x 13' 1") Double glazed bay window with double glazed window, single radiator and two full height storage cupboards.
3.98m x 3.66m (13' 1" x 12') Double aspect with views to the formal garden and paddock, westerly and northerly aspects, built in cupboard, neutral carpet, sliding patio doors onto the sun room and door leading to the kitchen/breakfast room.
6.05m x 2.65m (19' 10" x 8' 8") reducing to 1.55m (5' 1") Double glazed window and French doors with westerly aspect to formal garden.
6.02m x 2.99m (19' 9" x 9' 10") Triple aspect room having southerly views with double glazed windows, tiled work surface with pine finished edges, single stainless steel drainer, space for free standing cooker, range of pine base and wall units, door leading to utility room and double glazed door leading to gardens.
2.43m x 1.80m (8' x 5' 11") Double glazed window, under stair pantry, single sink, plumbing for washing machine and door to cloakroom with low level WC.
Double glazed window with southerly aspect and direct sea views, walk in airing cupboard with lagged immersion heater and slatted shelves over.
4.11m x 3.98m (13' 6" x 13' 1") Bay fronted, single radiator, coved ceiling and wardrobe.
3.22m x 4.00m (10' 7" x 13' 1") Westerly aspect, single radiator, double glazed window with sea view and coved ceiling.
2.14m x 1.83m (7' x 6') Double glazed window, easterly aspect and single radiator.
Timber workshop with power and lighting set in garden location.
Timber construction to the side of the house.
Formed to three sides of the property with mature hedging and lawned area leading to a fruit garden and orchard, lawns and hedging, heath land to the south, a formal westerly garden and a small paddock to the rear.
The vendors have been offered a plot of land abutting the road which would afford the purchaser a new access into the plot and open up the possible extension and development of the property (STNC).