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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Rodmell Avenue, Saltdean, Brighton, BN2

Under Offer £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • panoramic views
  • 1633 sq ft
  • Saltdean
  • Garden, south balcony
  • Garage, hard standing

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

panoramic views

With stunning views sweeping across the Downs to the sea this luxury four bedroom home feels a million miles away from city stresses but is actually just ten minutes from the centre of Brighton. Designed for a glamorous lifestyle, the living room opens to the astonishing panorama and to a sun terrace from which to enjoy it, and the south facing garden has access to a home office/ gym. In the popular community of Saltdean with its own shops, cafes, parks and schools, a regular bus service means you can usually leave your car in the garage and on the border of the National Park, you can choose between exploring the Downs, the nearby coastal village of Rottingdean or the bright lights of the city.

In brief: 

Style: Detached chalet house

Bedrooms: 3/4

Living rooms: 2/3

Area: 1633 sq ft 151.7 sq m

Outside: Garden, south balcony

Parking: Garage, hard standing

Location: Saltdean

Why you’ll like it: 

With its leafy location and peaceful gardens, this beautiful home balances the convenience of the city with a quieter friendly community together with access to the Downs at the end of the Avenue and the beach at the bottom of the hill. Set back from the broad residential street by a neat front garden and hardstanding for two cars, this house with an attached garage has been totally transformed to create a glamorous family home with big energy efficient windows ensuring that this home is sunny in the summer but warm in the winter.

An inviting porch of glass introduces you to the wonderful quality of light throughout the house and beckons you into a welcoming hallway, where the bedrooms are at the front of the house to maximise enjoyment of the panoramic views at the back. To the left, the first of the large double bedrooms is smartly decorated and currently used as the family t.v. room, so you can imagine how spacious it is and across the hallway, two more quiet double rooms with designer paper and gleaming wooden floors are ready to move into as well. Central to this floor, the luxury bathroom has a fabulous whirlpool style bath with a shower attachment and multi coloured lights so you can choose your mood! There is a rainfall head shower above the bath too, and a contemporary hand basin and heated rail completes the spa like feel.

Sunlight and stunning views pour through the south wall of the elegant living room which is all glass and slides across to bring the sun terrace into the space. Ideal for friends to spill onto or just for you to relax and enjoy the Sussex coastline, the terrace also looks over the sheltered garden made private by mature shrubs and trees. Inside is ample room for seating and a dining table and conveniently next door, the contemporary kitchen also has space for a table for informal suppers and where the children can sit doing homework as you bake the incentive to finish! Stylish white units are topped by classic black work surfaces and all of the appliances including the electric hob, oven, fridge, freezer and machines are integrated for you, so you can just move in and pour the champagne. The kitchen, which also has magnificent views of the rolling Downs and the glittering English Channel has a door to the sun terrace and the path to the side gate and to the steps to the garage and the garden, where you will find a paved area for dining and a wildlife pond shaded by an enormous fig tree – a good indicator of what a sunny spot this is. Beneath the terrace, a surprisingly large storage area with a double glazed door and two windows has power and could be a peaceful home office, play house or a gym.

Returning inside, the crowning jewel of this beautiful home is the vaulted master bedroom upstairs, which shimmers in sunshine and sea views streaming through the far wall which is glass from floor to roofline, the central door opening to the sun and a Juliette balcony perfect for romantic nightcaps when the children are in bed, and the en suite is just as exotic, with an elliptical, freestanding bath, film star mirror and heated towel rail.

Bear in mind:

Saltdean is an area popular with professionals and families as there are parks, shops, beaches and schools all within easy walking distance, and the Coast Road is fast, so you are in the centre of Brighton in under 10 minutes, about 15-20 in the rush hour.

Owner’s secret:

“The house is designed for easy entertaining, and the views are as stunning in the winter as they are in the summer”

Where it is:

Shops: Local shops 5 minutes, Marina 10 minute drive

Train Station: Brighton Station 20-25 minute drive

Seafront or park: Both within 5 minutes

Closest Schools:

Primary: Saltdean Primary about a 20 minute walk, 5 by car

Secondary: Longhill

Private: Roedean, Brighton College

On a quiet road in the thriving community of Saltdean with its local shops, cafes and restaurants, this luxurious house allows you to enjoy all that the south coast and the countryside have to offer.  With the eclectic village and beach of Rottingdean around the corner and on the doorstep of Brighton’s exciting City Centre with easy access to Gatwick and London, this is a great location for those needing to travel further afield.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 November 2016


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