|Reduced on Rightmove:||31 October 2016 (238 days ago)|
Style: Mews house in a traditional style
Living rooms: 1 spacious
Outside: Spacious landscaped garden
Parking: Garage and parking space
Why youll 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 four bedroom house which is privately tucked away in a pretty development has real appeal. Sunshine streams into the stylish living/dining room through the large window, which also brings in relaxing views of the Downs as well as views across to the historical church at the heart of the village. This room is unusually light and airy as the far wall is all glass bringing the fabulous landscaped garden into the room and it slides open for summer parties whilst for cooler evenings, there is a streamlined open fire. The spacious kitchen can be reached through the dining area or the hall and its honey coloured units provide plenty of work surface. The five ring gas hob is integrated beneath the extractor and the two AEG electric ovens are thoughtfully placed at eye level. There is already plumbing for machines in place and room for a tall fridge freezer. With its own door to the garden, al fresco dining is made simple and the garden is well designed with a broad paved terrace by the house surrounded by mature and scented planting. Returning inside, the luxury bathroom is central to the first floor and has a shower above the bath and heated towel rail. There are two quiet bedrooms at the back of the house each ready to move into with fitted wardrobes and open views. At the front, past the access to the large attic, what is now an office would be a lovely nursery and next door, the airy master bedroom, which has an en suite shower, enjoys restful views across the private former farmyard to the rolling Downland and the beautiful listed homes nestling in the valley by St Wilfreds Church.
The house is so peaceful and the views are relaxing but we still have shops, schools and entertainment nearby and Brighton is just a short drive or bus ride
The nearest station is Brighton Mainline which is a 20 minute drive away, but if you commute by car, the A27 and A23 are easily accessible from Falmer Road.
Shops: Local 3 min walk, city centre 20 min bus ride
Train Station: Brighton Station 20 min drive
Seafront or Park: South Downs 5 min walk, Seafront 7 min walk
Primary: Woodingdean Primary, Rudyard Kipling Primary
Secondary: Longhill High School, Cardinal Newman RC
Private: 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 nonetheless well served for transport and is on the doorstep of Brightons exciting city centre with easy access to Gatwick and London.
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