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FORMER COASTGUARD COTTAGE, East Sussex
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Three Bedrooms
- Built in 1905
- Kitchen/Dining Room
- Brick Built Storage
- Edwardian Cottage
- Sea Views
- Under 200m to Seafront
- No Onward Chain
- Rear Garden
- Wealth of Charm
Rowland Gorringe are delighted to market this charming three bedroom former Coastguard Cottage with no onward chain! Superbly presented with views of Seaford Head and the seafront, the property comprises of a farm house style kitchen, living room, a modern fitted bathroom suite with separate shower and three bedrooms. Further benefits include a separate WC, brick built store room and gas central heating.
Less than 200m from the seafront sits this charming three bedroom house, a former coastguard cottage built circa 1905.
This delightful character house stands in an elevated position with generous accommodation over three floors. The ground floor offers a modern bathroom with separate walk in shower (fitted 3 years ago), spacious kitchen/dining room and living room with a door leading out to the rear garden. The first floor comprises of two bedrooms with a cloakroom/WC, further stairs lead to the second floor bedroom with stunning far reaching views of the seafront and the South Downs. The property benefits from a Brick Built Storage shed which has had a new roof within the past 4 years, the house has also had a new roof, been repointed and weather proofed within the past 4 years.
The New Coastguard Cottages are located on Buckle Drive, approximately half a mile from Bishopstone Station and one mile from Seaford town centre. Seaford is situated between the South Downs National Park and the English Channel and offers a wide range of shops, an uncommercialised seafront promenade, regular bus services to Eastbourne and Brighton along the A259 coastal road and rail links to London Victoria and Brighton.
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