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Tudor Close, Dean Court Road, Rottingdean, BN2

3 bedroom house in Dean Court Road

£650,000 Freehold

  • 3
  • Set within a private development  |  Two reception rooms  |  Period features  |  Three bedrooms  |  Garage  |  Grade II listed  |  Master bedroom with en-suite  |  Separate study

Grasp a once in a lifetime dream opportunity with this stunning cottage, situated in the idyllic village of Rottingdean.

Rottingdean with its independent shops and close proximity to the sea, offers that community feel we all look for. The main attractions include Kipling's famous gardens, Rottingdean Windmill, St. Margaret's Church with its beautiful stained glass windows, lively community centre and some traditional old inns, which were once visited by smugglers in the area. To the North of the village are the South Downs which invite you to enjoy delightful country walks and activities for all the family.

Tudor Close was once a hotel frequently visited by Hollywood stars. Converted in 1929, this timber framed Tudor style development has delightful features and charming communal gardens. Built with reclaimed materials this property is the epitome of tasteful Tudor construction, the attention to detail is second to none and the authentic carvings are clear to see throughout. The downstairs benefits from a Shaker style kitchen, formal dining room and cosy drawing room. The drawing room is a particular feature of this house with a large fireplace creating a perfect focal point for the room. Moving upstairs there is a family bathroom, three bedrooms and a study, the larger bedroom benefits from an en-suite and views over the communal garden. This charming period house also benefits from its own private courtyard garden and garage.

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Situated in the heart of Sussex, Brighton and Hove embodies the perfect blend of city living by the sea and proximity to the countryside. The city is proud to play host to some of the best schools in the country and the restaurants, cafes and theatres are not be overlooked!

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Grasp a once in a lifetime dream opportunity with this stunning cottage, situated in the idyllic village of Rottingdean.

Rottingdean with its independent shops and close proximity to the sea, offers that community feel we all look for. The main attractions include Kipling's famous gardens, Rottingdean Windmill, St. Margaret's Church with its beautiful stained glass windows, lively community centre and some traditional old inns, which were once visited by smugglers in the area. To the North of the village are the South Downs which invite you to enjoy delightful country walks and activities for all the family.

Tudor Close was once a hotel frequently visited by Hollywood stars. Converted in 1929, this timber framed Tudor style development has delightful features and charming communal gardens. Built with reclaimed materials this property is the epitome of tasteful Tudor construction, the attention to detail is second to none and the authentic carvings are clear to see throughout. The downstairs benefits from a Shaker style kitchen, formal dining room and cosy drawing room. The drawing room is a particular feature of this house with a large fireplace creating a perfect focal point for the room. Moving upstairs there is a family bathroom, three bedrooms and a study, the larger bedroom benefits from an en-suite and views over the communal garden. This charming period house also benefits from its own private courtyard garden and garage.

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  • Southease - Church
  • Moulsecoomb
  • Brighton
  • London Road Brighton - Ditchling Rise
  • Falmer
  • London Road (Brighton)

Situated in the heart of Sussex, Brighton and Hove embodies the perfect blend of city living by the sea and proximity to the countryside. The city is proud to play host to some of the best schools in the country and the restaurants, cafes and theatres are not be overlooked!

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