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Tudor-inspired house in Rottingdean available for £ 1.35million Brighton News

This Tudor-inspired house with a secluded garden and five bedrooms on a sought-after street in Rottingdean can be yours for £ 1.35million.

Built in the 1950s, the property on Gorham Avenue has since been extended and modernized to provide plenty of space for entertaining, with a large dining and living area that leads to a balcony overlooking the substantial and secluded garden .

The large kitchen and breakfast room, bathed in natural light, also have their own access to the garden – with views of mature trees and shrubs outside through a set of patio doors.

The Argus: The £ 1.35million Tudor-inspired property in Gorham Avenue, Rottingdean: Credit - King and ChasemoreThe £ 1.35million Tudor-inspired property in Gorham Avenue, Rottingdean: Credit – King and Chasemore

On the ground floor there is also a separate utility room, a toilet and a spacious office and office, with a view of the front garden with lawn.

The property’s five bedrooms are on the first floor, three of which have their own walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms. The master bedroom in particular has stunning views of the famous Rottingdean Windmill and the English Channel.

The Argus: The £ 1.35million Tudor-inspired property in Gorham Avenue, Rottingdean: Credit - King and ChasemoreThe £ 1.35million Tudor-inspired property in Gorham Avenue, Rottingdean: Credit – King and Chasemore

Towards the rear of the house there is a long driveway with a double garage and the large rear garden.

The house is a short walk from the main street of Rottingdean, as well as the beach and the Undercliff Walk.

If this property is right for you, contact King and Chasemore real estate agent on 01273 767033.

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Source: www.theargus.co.uk
This notice was published: 2021-08-08 04:00:00

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