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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Greenways Corner, Ovingdean, Brighton, BN2

Offers in Excess of £400,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • unique idyll
  • 772 sq ft
  • Ovingdean
  • Spacious garden, outhouse
  • Off street parking for two cars

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Guide Price £400,000-£425,000



unique idyll


Just a ten minute drive from Brighton takes you to the picturesque village of Ovingdean where this delightful two bedroom house nestles in the valley looking over the rolling downs and 11th Century Church. With two parking spots right outside the house, this spacious home with a sunny garden is unique to the market and still has room to extend out and/or up, subject to the usual consents.


In brief:


Style: Semi-detached house


Bedrooms: 2


Living rooms: 2


Area: 772 sq ft; 71.7 sq m


Outside: Spacious garden, outhouse 


Location: Ovingdean


Parking: Off street parking for two cars


Why you’ll like it:


Offering the best of both worlds, you can enjoy all that the coast and the countryside have to offer from this bright and spacious house which has been sensitively brought into the 21st century and now has energy efficient windows and flowing rooms, ideal for a stylish living.


From the outside this traditional Sussex house of red brick and tiles with scented climbing roses by the sheltered front door is very appealing. Inside, sunshine streams into the living room through the large window which also brings in relaxing views of the horses on the Downs as well as views across to the historical church and buildings at the heart of the village. This room is unusually light and airy as the glass doors behind you are opposite French doors into the garden, bringing this outside space also into the room, and for cooler evenings, the tiled fireplace already has a flue in situ for a wood burning stove.


The stylish kitchen is large enough for a dining table and has plenty of pale shaker units and gleaming dark work surfaces. There is space for a freestanding cooker beneath the fitted extractor as well as a tall fridge freezer and there is an integrated dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine in place. The door to the left opens into a guest cloakroom, whilst French doors swing wide to a gravelled part of the garden with a discreet seating area and raised beds which run the full length of the side, past a lawn and circular paved dining area, to the private gate at the south side of the building.


Returning to the house, the luxury bathroom is at the top of the stairs and has room for both a bath and a separate shower. Simple but chic with soft flooring and an aquamarine glass border, this airy room has natural light and a shower attachment on the bath. The views from the master bedroom at the front of the house are stunning and the room is coloured a soft green on a feature wall to connect to the verdant scenes outside. There is a fitted wardrobe to your left and a delicate period fireplace is on the right. The peaceful second double bedroom is also a generous size and looks over the garden and brick built out house which has a tiled roof.


Bear in mind:


This spacious home is beautiful as it is but also offers interesting possibilities regarding the attic and shape of the garden.


Owner’s secret:


“The house is lovely to live in and the views are just stunning but we still have shops, schools and entertainment nearby and Brighton is within 15 minutes!”


Where it is:


Shops: Local a few minutes walk, Rottingdean and Woodingdean 5 minute drive, Marina 10


Train: Brighton Station 15-20 minute drive


Seafront or park: Less than 5 minutes to the access to the Downs, beach a 5 minute drive


Closest Schools:


Primary: Our Lady of Lourdes, Woodingdean


Secondary: Longhill


Private: Roedean, Brighton College


In the historic and picturesque village of Ovingdean with its post office stores and social village hall, this sunny house is within minutes of the beach and the Downs and you can choose between the mix of boutiques, restaurants and great schools of Rottingdean, or the popular schools and leisure facilities of the nearby Woodingdean!  Offering a more gently paced country lifestyle, this delightful, rural home is non the less on the doorstep of Brighton’s exciting city centre with easy access to Gatwick and London. The h




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