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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bazehill Road, Rottingdean, Brighton, BN2

Offers in Region of £1,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • life balance
  • 2561 sq ft
  • rottingdean
  • secluded sun deck and gardens with far reaching views
  • crescent driveway to large garage with mezzanine level and store room

Full description

Guide Price £1,000,000-£1,200,000


life balance 



In the picturesque village of Rottingdean with its eclectic mix of boutiques, tearooms, pubs and restaurants, this glamorous home allows you to enjoy traditional village life in a sophisticated style. Right on the doorstep of one of the most fashionable coastal cities, and within minutes of the Marina, this tranquil home is also within easy reach of award winning schools.



In brief:


Style: 1930’s detached house extended and totally renovated in 2011


Security: With state of the art Security system, there are  2 key pad entry points 


Bedrooms: 4 double, 2 with en suite


Living rooms: 2 spacious


Area: 2561 sq ft ; 237.9 sq m


Outside:  Secluded sun deck and gardens with far reaching views.


Lighting: PIR lighting to all four sides of the property, both front and rear gardens have floodlights


Location: Rottingdean


Parking: Crescent Driveway to Large Garage with  mezzanine level and Store Room


 


Why you’ll like it:


As you sweep into the driveway, you glide into a luxury lifestyle where a family friendly ethos drives a contemporary, sophisticated design focusing on seamless entertaining. With a rare understanding of the unique environs, the design makes the most of the magnificent views which at the back sweep over the garden to the surrounding National Park, with the impressive architecture of Rottingdean Place and Roedean School in the distance as well as the new Brighton i360 peeping over the hill.



Outside at the front there is lighting already in place to guide you to the garage and to the characterful 1930’s covered porch and oak front door. Inside it is clear that the house is thoughtfully organised with two “wings” on each side of the central, broad hallway which has double doors on both sides and a deep cupboard ahead for coats, boots and bags. On your right is a stunning family kitchen/diner/living area with an attractive and family friendly wood effect oak floor. The kitchen is separated from the dining end by a stylish curved central island which also doubles as a sociable breakfast bar where your friends or family can sit and chat as you cook on the splendid Neff gas hob integrated opposite, which is above two ovens and close to a microwave grill. The glistening Quartz worktops and central island provides more than ample work surfaces. At the end of the room  are wide French doors which open out to a safely bricked BBQ area by the sun terrace with wonderful views over the rolling Downs. 



To your right, a door leads through to a bright passageway with a door at one end to the front driveway, ideal for bringing through buggies and muddy paws,  at the other end is a door to the spacious utility room next to a door to the brick terrace. Across the hall is the sophisticated living room incorporating a discreet private office area, stretching the full breadth of this substantial property the lounge connects directly to the beautiful landscape through the glass floor to ceiling bi-fold doors which make up the far wall and which fold completely open to incorporate the large sun terrace into this elegant entertaining and living space. For cooler and more intimate evenings there is a contemporary remote control gas fire within a stone surround fireplace.Upstairs there is a  galleried landing with a glorious high ceiling, two deep cupboards and access to twin attics. Two generous double bedrooms are on the left each with thick carpet, big wardrobe space, corner sink and open views across the downs. The large family bathroom is tastefully decorated and with twin sinks, WC and large walk in shower and heated towel rail.  Across the galleried landing is a large guest bedroom of restful proportions which has distant views of the sea and an en suite bathroom with a charming slipper bath. The master suite has breath taking views rolling across the garden and over the village cricket pitch to the open countryside with frolicking horses and grazing sheep, which you can enjoy from the bed looking through the French doors, which also bring in soft breezes on hot summer nights. Leading from the Master suite is a "to die for"  walk in wardrobe and gorgeous luxury shower room with a heated towel rail.



Outside, the garden has a decked terrace with lighting. Steps lead down to a lawn surrounded by mature trees, including fruit trees, which provides privacy from the neighbouring gardens and there is access into the rear of the garage which is very long to incorporate a workshop area with store room above and a mezzanine level to the front of the garage. 



Bear in mind:


You have the best of all worlds, with easy access to the village, sea and popular local schools as well as easy access along the coast and to the A23/27 and to the City of Brighton and Hove with its fast trains to London and the airports. 



Owner’s secret:


“We enjoy the tranquillity of the house and garden secure in the knowledge that everything that we need both as parents and a couple - schools, shops, theatres and restaurants for example - are close at hand.” 



Where it is:


Shops: Local shops in the high street are only 5 minutes walk, Brighton Marina 10 minutes drive 


Train Station: Brighton mainline, 17 minutes by bus


Seafront or park: Seafront 7 minutes walk, Green is 5 minutes walk, cricket pitch 3 minutes walk.


Closest Schools:


Primary: Our Lady of Lourdes, St Margaret’s C of E School


Secondary: Longhill high School


Private:  Brighton College and Roedean School



Minutes from the heart of the picturesque village of Rottingdean with its beach and eclectic mix of boutiques, tearooms, pubs and restaurants, this luxurious home allows you to enjoy traditional village life in city style. Right on the doorstep of one of the most fashionable coastal cities, this exceptional home would suit anyone who is looking for spacious, glamorous living either on a permanent basis or as a weekend retreat. 




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