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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Church Street, Seaford, BN25

Sold STC £240,000

Property Description

Key features

  • BN25
  • seaside retreat
  • 1143 sq ft
  • Seaford
  • Minutes from the seafront
  • Some street parking available

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

seaside retreat

Nestled in the historical centre of the seaside town of Seaford at the foot of the National Park, this beautiful three bedroom Grade II Victorian house has been sensitively brought into the 21st Century with a stylish new kitchen and bathroom. Beautifully located close to the beach, shops and station you can walk to all of the local amenities including the primary school, and Lewes and Brighton are both within easy reach, making this house ideal as a full time home or weekend bolt hole.

In brief:

Style: End of terrace Victorian house, Grade II listed

Bedrooms: 3

Living Rooms: 1 

Area: 1143 sq ft ; 106.2 sq m

Parking: Limited in street but available elsewhere

Location: Seaford

Why you’ll like it:

On the corner of a slender one way street, this charming period homee features on a local walk as a “House of Interest”. The classic combination of white and grey on the outside of this appealing house gives an indication of the light touch by the designer inside and with big broad windows, you know that it will be refreshingly bright.

Inside an inviting hallway spreads its wings in two directions so you get a good feeling of space, and the blonde, sanded floors combine elegance with practicality. To your right, sunshine streams through the two windows in the west wall of the living room, one of which is a deep, characterful bay. There is plenty of space for relaxing or dining with friends and tucked away around the corner is a door leading down to an expansive cellar running along the whole footprint of the house, which you can stand in.

Across the hallway the chic kitchen continues the French influence of the internal design with clean lines and subtly coloured units topped by smooth white work surfaces. The magnificent Fisher & Paykel multi fuel range will stay and the traditional butler’s sink is opposite the large window bringing in pretty views up the old street to the fabulous Church of St Leonards which has Norman roots.

Returning to the hallway, past a utility space and guest cloakroom, you mount stairs beneath a sky light delivering you to a bright landing. On your left, the bathroom suite is in a traditional style in keeping with the age of the house, and you will notice that the long Kaldwei bath is enamel. Next door is a light and airy bedroom which has had a four foot bed in it in the past but is now used for visiting grandchildren and the restful guest bedroom is next door with open views along the street up to the clock tower of the church. At the end of the hallway, the elegant master bedroom has a generous window with colonial shutters for shade and hidden away behind the door is a useful, separate shower.

Bear in mind:

Although the parking is limited on this quiet street, you are able to unload your car by your door and you can walk every- where from this super location.

Owner’s secret:

“Every-one comments on what a calm atmosphere the house has. It is also a lovely home to entertain in, especially after a day on the beach or a busy day shopping”

Where it is:

Shops: The High Street is a 2 minute walk

Train Station: Seaford Mainline 1 minute walk- it is 36 minute train ride to Brighton

Seafront or park: Seafront 3 minute walk

Closest Schools:

Primary: Seaford Primary

Secondary: Seaford Head

Private: Newlands, Brighton College, Bede’s – all these schools have buses

Seaford is a thriving coastal town with two golf courses, a sailing club and unspoilt seafront as well as a wide choice of shops, restaurants and bars. On the doorstep of the National Park and surrounded by Downland villages to explore, this lovely, listed home is also just 20-30 minutes from Lewes and Brighton by road and about 90 minutes from London by train. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 August 2016


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