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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bazehill Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2


Property Description

Key features

  • 1930's Detached House
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Two En-suites
  • Garage With Store Room
  • Large Garden With Secluded Sun Deck
  • Views Of The Sea And The Downs
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Room
  • 2561 Sq Ft/ 237.9 Sq M

Full description

TENURE: Freehold

As you enter the crescent driveway of this 1930’s detached house, which was extended and totally renovated in 2011, you sweep into a luxury lifestyle with PIR lighting to all sides of the property and both front and rear gardens having floodlights. The design of this property allows you to make the most of the beautiful surroundings as you have views of both the sea and the Downs from the majority rooms in the house.

As you enter the property through the porch and oak front door, you step into the thoughtfully designed central, broad hallway, with two sets of double doors on opposite sides and a deep cupboard ahead for coats, boots and bags. Through the double doors 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 friends or family can sit and chat whilst you cook using the splendid Neff gas hob that is integrated opposite, which is above two ovens and near to a microwave grill. Positioned in the kitchen are wide French doors which open out to a safely bricked BBQ area by the sun terrace with wonderful views over the Downs. To your right, there is a door that leads through to a bright passageway with a door at one end that leads to the front driveway. At the other end is a door to the spacious utility room next to a door to the brick terrace.

Back in the hall and leading through the other double doors, takes you into the sophisticated living room incorporating a discreet private office area, which stretches the full breadth of this substantial property. The lounge connects directly out to the beautiful landscaped garden through the glass floor to ceiling bi-fold doors, which make up the far wall. The doors fold completely open to incorporate the large sun terrace into this elegant entertaining and living space. When evenings get cooler, there is a contemporary remote control gas fire with a stone surround fireplace to warm you up.

Heading up the stairs which lead you to a galleried landing with a glorious high ceiling, there are two deep cupboards access to twin attics. Two generous double bedrooms are on the left, both with thick carpet, big wardrobe space, a corner sink and open views across the Downs. The large family bathroom is tastefully decorated with twin sinks, WC, a large walk in shower and heated towel rail. 

Across the galleried landing is a large guest bedroom, with distant views of the sea and an en-suite bathroom with a charming slipper bath. The master suite has breath taking views looking out over the garden, the village cricket ground and the open countryside which you can enjoy from the bed looking through the French doors, which also brings in a soft breeze on hot summer nights. Leading off the master suite is an impressive walk in wardrobe and a gorgeous luxury shower room with a heated towel rail.

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

Being positioned in the picturesque village of Rottingdean with its eclectic mix of boutiques, tearooms, pubs and restaurants, you get to enjoy the traditional village life in a sophisticated style. You have the best of both worlds, with easy access to the village, sea and popular local schools, you also have easy access along the coast and to the A23/27 and to the City of Brighton and Hove with it's trains to London and airports.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 September 2016


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