***GUIDE PRICE £1,000,000 - £1,100,000***
CONTEMPORARY 4 BEDROOM DETACHED HOUSE WITH PANORAMIC SEA VIEWS AND LANDSCAPED GARDENS IN IDYLLIC LOCATION.Located in the historic downland village of Rottingdean to the east of Brighton, this stylish newly built home has been created with superb attention to detail.Designed by the owners, a former chalet bungalow has been transformed to offer a highly contemporary and bespoke home where a spacious open plan living area, underfloor heating and eco-friendly clay paints combine with an outstanding amount of natural light, off-road parking and a south-facing terrace with sea views to create a truly modern day home.EPC Rating E. Read more
***GUIDE PRICE £1,000,000 - £1,100,000***
CONTEMPORARY 4 BEDROOM DETACHED HOUSE WITH PANORAMIC SEA VIEWS AND LANDSCAPED GARDENS IN IDYLLIC LOCATION.Located in the historic downland village of Rottingdean to the east of Brighton, this stylish newly built home has been created with superb attention to detail.Designed by the owners, a former chalet bungalow has been transformed to offer a highly contemporary and bespoke home where a spacious open plan living area, underfloor heating and eco-friendly clay paints combine with an outstanding amount of natural light, off-road parking and a south-facing terrace with sea views to create a truly modern day home.EPC Rating E.
In More Detail - - The rich Scottish Larch and glass exterior of this modern home creates an instant wow factor and hints at the stylish interior design, while deep timber framed slate steps gently climb past the south-facing lawn up to the vaulted entrance hall.
Ground Floor - - A porcelain tiled floor stretches out across a spacious open plan living area, blending seamlessly with the crisp white walls and charcoal framed windows. Beautifully lit from each direction, the living room area offers an enviable amount of space to relax and entertain, while wide sliding doors open onto the south-facing terrace with its far-reaching sea views, perfectly extending this incredibly versatile and sociable space still further.
The open plan arrangement includes a large kitchen well-appointed with a wealth of flush drawers with modern recessed handles whose sultry dark blue tones add the perfect contrast to the solid wood countertops. Natural light tumbles down from a wide skylight window onto the elegant marble top of a large kitchen island that effortlessly delineates the space, while additional sliding doors allow you to step out onto the landscaped rear garden for outdoor meals.
With a window that looks out onto the living area, a separate room creates the perfect home office, den or children's playroom.
The stone floor continues through the hallway with its impressive amount of recessed storage, leading you to the grey and white colour scheme of a double bedroom that offers ample versatility as a guest room or additional sitting room.
A large wet-room shower creates a spa-like touch of luxury in the family bathroom where a full size bath with wall-mounted taps, and a rectangular Althea basin offer an eye-catching contrast to the charcoal coloured polished plaster walls.
Upstairs - - Echoing the simple clean line design theme of the ground floor, the triple aspect master bedroom offers views across the rooftops, on towards the South Downs and down to the sea. A tall Velux window allows you to stargaze from the comfort of your own bed, while cleverly incorporated wardrobe space sits discreetly in the eaves. Arranged in a pale stone tile setting, its en suite shower room includes a feature concrete basin for a final touch of modern day luxury.
Across the hallway, two additional double bedrooms are equally well-proportioned and presented. Offering a wealth of natural light, while one looks out over the landscaped garden, the other benefits from recessed wardrobes and views across the neighbouring farmland and up to the South Downs.
Outside - - Deep tiers of timber framed slate steps lead up to the Scottish Larch facade of this Rottingdean home. A large well-maintained lawn flows up to the south-facing terrace with its beautiful panoramic views, while established trees and shrubs provide plenty of privacy.
Stretching across the full width of the house, the slate paved terrace combines with the rear patio to create easy flowing extensions of the open plan ground floor, and whilst both provide idyllic spots to enjoy outdoor meals with family and friends, the front south-facing terrace has the added allure of those wonderful sea views. Steps lead up from the rear patio to a large garden with its original farm boundary wall offering a slice of country living and a classic English garden feel.
A private driveway provides off-road parking for two cars.
In The Local Area - - IN THE LOCAL AREA - The historic coastal village of Rottingdean with its picturesque green and pond lies just to the east of Brighton. Along with plenty of local shops and amenities, Rottingdean offers a rich heritage and a wide variety of attractions which include the Kipling Gardens and the Beacon Hill Nature Reserve with its old Windmill which dates back to 1802.
Located on a quiet and peaceful cul de sac, this contemporary home is surrounded by an abundance of green and only a short drive or leisurely stroll to the seafront.
Sitting beneath distinctive white cliffs a coastal walk offers the chance to walk from the beach at Rottingdean to Brighton Marina, while the A259 offers easy access by car or bus to the centre of Brighton and beyond.
Local schools include Our Lady of Lourdes RC School, St Margaret's C of E Primary School, St Aubyn's School and Longhill School. The private Roedean School is only a short drive along the seafront and Brighton College is easily accessible.
Currently this detached house is in Council Tax Band F which was charged at £2,608.64 for 2018/19.
We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings.