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DESIRABLE CHYNGTON WAY, East Sussex
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Four Bedrooms
- Detached House
- Sought After Location
- Tree Lined Road
- Scope to Extend
- Close to Countryside
- Garden in excess of 130ft
- Modern Bathroom
- Working Wood Burner
Rowland Gorringe are delighted to offer this four bedroom detached house located on one of Seaford's most desired roads. The property briefly comprises porch, entrance hall, living room, study, kitchen diner, cloakroom, four bedrooms and bathroom/wc. Outside there is off road parking leading to the garage, whilst the rear garden is approximately 130 ft in length being mainly laid to lawn with established trees, shrubs, summer house and further patio seating area.
A four bedroom detached house with stunning 130ft rear garden and ample scope to extend
The property was built circa 1960 being situated in one of Seaford's most desired roads, the internal accommodation comprises porch, entrance hall, cloakroom, through living room with patio doors to the rear, refitted kitchen/ dining room overlooking the rear and study. To the first floor there are four bedrooms and a modern bathroom/wc. Outside there is off road parking leading to the garage, whilst the rear garden is approximately 130 ft in length being mainly laid to lawn with established trees, shrubs, summer house and further patio seating area.
Chyngton Way is located in the desirable South East quarter of Seaford, conveniently close to the South Downs National Park, Seaford Head and golf course, are all within a few hundred yards. Seaford town centre with its range of shopping facilities, restaurants, coffee/tea houses, railway station, bus services and uncommercialised seafront promenade and beach are all within approximately one and a half miles.
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