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Croft Lane, Seaford, East Sussex
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Town Centre
- 2 Double Bedrooms
- Retirement House (60+)
- South Facing Courtyard
- Dining Room
- Scope to Improve
- Residents' Parking
- Highly Desirable
- Chain Free
- Gas Central Heating
A unique opportunity to acquire a two bedroom retirement house within the town centre of the coastal town of Seaford. Living room, kitchen, separate dining room/ground floor bedroom, and ground floor bathroom, On the first floor there is a separate WC. Private south facing courtyard. Benefits include gas fired central heating, residents parking, site/house manager and life line.
A rarely available 2 double bedroom, 2 reception room retirement house located within the town centre. No onward chain. Leasehold.
A versatile and spacious retirement cottage style property with a dining room that could be used as a ground floor bedroom if required. The kitchen has a window onto the rear courtyard whilst to the front the living room has a bay window. The bathroom completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a separate WC. The property has a private south facing courtyard accessed from the dining room and having gated side access. Further features include gas fired central heating, residents parking and care line.
Unique within Seaford and located on Croft Lane, Croft Court is a retirement development of 15 properties within the heart of the town centre. Ideally located off the main high street with its wide range of shopping facilities including coffee shops, cafes and restaurants. Access to bus services, doctors’ surgeries, library, railway station with its direct services to London/Brighton are all in close level proximity. . The seafront promenade and beach are located within ¾ mile.
*Please note that the lease extension for this property is approximately £30,000 and the owners wish for purchaser/s to take this on. Therefore they have reduced the asking price accordingly.
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