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Offers In Excess Of £795,000
CUCKMERE ROAD, East Sussex
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Leaded Light Windows
- Exposed Beams
- Oak Latch Doors
- Inglenook Style Fireplaces
- Carriage Style Drive
- Gallery Landing
- Through Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Gas Fired AGA
- Master En-Suite
- Large Detached Garage
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An individual detached Sussex style house set on the south side of this sought-after road within easy reach of Seaford Head, golf course and delightful countryside walks.
Built in the 1930s and understood to have been designed by well-known local architect, Alwyn Underdown, White Notley is set in good-sized established gardens extending to nearly half an acre (0.46 acre) enjoying a south-facing rear garden, side gardens and a carriage style in and out gravel drive to the front. Features of this well-decorated property include leaded light windows, oak window sills, exposed beams, oak latch doors, oak and stained wood architraves, skirting boards and an oak floored gallery style landing with oak balustrade. The triple aspect living room has a large inglenook style fireplace with gas fire and there is a further fireplace in the separate dining room overlooking the rear garden. The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room incorporates a gas-fired AGA whilst the gas central heating boiler and water softener are housed in a separate store room. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms. The dual aspect main bedroom benefits from an en-suite with bath and the family bathroom has a bath and shower. Between the large garage and the kitchen there is a walled courtyard with gates to the front and rear gardens, the latter containing a greenhouse, summerhouse and two sheds.
Cuckmere Road remains unadopted with the majority of the individual houses on the south side designed by Alwyn Underdown. This year, the residents contributed a voluntary £50 each towards the upkeep of the road. The property is set in an ideal location, not only within easy reach of countryside walks, but also within easy reach of schools and within a mile of the town, beach and railway station.
Surrounded by the South Downs National Park, Seaford, with over two miles of uncommercialised promenade and beach, offers a wide range of shopping facilities, a choice of restaurants, cafés and bars. There are two golf courses, a leisure centre, tennis, bowls and sailing clubs, plus fishing, cycling and many other recreational clubs. Regular bus services are available to Eastbourne, Brighton and outlying villages. The railway station offers a service to London (Victoria 90 minutes). The adjoining cross channel port of Newhaven has daily services to Dieppe, and a busy yacht marina and fishing fleet.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.