3 Bed - House - Terraced - SoldBack to property listings
Offers In Excess Of £365,000
Bodiam Close, Seaford,
Branch: Seaford Station Approach, Seaford, East Sussex, BN25 2AR. 01323 490680 Seaford@rowlandgorringe.co.uk
- Mid-Terraced House
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- Through Living/Dining Room
- Refurbished Kitchen (2021)
- Utility Room
- New Double Glazing (2022)
- Double Drive
- Close to Local Shops
- Close to Primary School
- Approximately a 100ft Southerly Garden
A light & deceptively spacious, well presented 3 double bedroom mid-terraced house with southerly 100ft rear garden.
A surpisingly spacious mid terraced house with 3 double bedrooms and a 100ft rear south facing garden.
Light and spacious, built circa 1956, the current owners over the last 3 years have improved, modernised and redecorated. Fitted in 2022 the property has new double glazing through out, including front doors. The through living/dining room gives a sense of space and light, with French door leading into a lean-to conservatory, which in turn accesses the rear patio and garden. The modern kitchen, fitted in 2021, has blue wall/base units with white marble effect worktops, back door and window to the rear garden. A further door leads to the utility room which in turn has a door to the front driveway. Upstairs you have the 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom.
Outside, a patio seating area adjoins the house with 3 steps leading to the rear garden, which is predominately laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. To the front is a double driveway.
Bodiam Close is a sought after no through road which can be found close to local shops, post office, park and primary school with good bus links to Seaford town centre, Eastbourne and Brighton. Seaford town centre offers a wide range of shopping facilities, cafes, restaurants and public houses. There are railway links to Gatwick airport and London Victoria. Seaford itself is enclosed by the South Downs National Park and enjoys one and a half miles of uncommercialised seafront.
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