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1930's CHARACTER HOUSE, East Sussex
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Four Bedrooms
- Character Throughout
- Original Flooring
- Log Burner
- Spacious Plot
- Original Headmaster House
- Gardens to Front, Side & Rear
- No Onward Chain
Rowland Gorringe are delighted to offer this charming and individual detached 1930's character house, understood to have been the original Headmaster’s House for Kings Mead School which closed in 1968.
An individual detached 1930's character house, understood to have been the original Headmaster’s House for Kings Mead School which closed in 1968.
Accessed via private gate to the front with beautiful flint walls with path leading to the front door, offering light and spacious accommodation over two floors, retaining the character and charm of the period, the property features a 33' living room with original parquet flooring, wood burner, wood panelling and secret door leading to the turret. The kitchen breakfast room overlooks the garden and leads onto the utility room with further side patio area. The dining room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accomodation. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms plus kitchenette. Further benefits include high ceilings, exposed beams, working servants bell open fireplace, original features and distant Sea views from the first floor.
The house is set back and hidden from the road sitting on a good size plot surrounded by gardens, there is off road parking leading to the double garage, the gardens are well established being mainly laid to lawn with pond, summer house and garden store.
The property is located in the very popular East Blatchington area of Seaford within easy reach of local shops, bus services and countryside walk. Seaford town centre with its wide range of shopping facilities, pubs, cafes, restaurants, library, railway station, the seafront promenade and beach can be found within approximately 1 mile.
The town has a wide range of shopping facilities, schools for all ages, choice of restaurants, cafes and bars. There are two golf courses, a leisure centre, tennis, bowls, rugby, cricket and sailing clubs, plus fishing, cycling and many other recreational facilities. The railway station offers a service to London (Victoria 90 minutes). Regular bus services are available to Eastbourne, Brighton and outlying villages. The cross channel port of Newhaven has daily services to Dieppe, busy yacht marina and fishing fleet. The larger coastal resorts of Eastbourne and Brighton are approximately 10 and 13 miles respectively and Gatwick airport 42 miles.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.