AN IMPECCABLE PERIOD FAMILY HOME SITUATED IN THE DESIRABLE BAZEHILL ROAD.
Bazehill Road is situated in the very desirable village of Rottingdean, within momentsof the SouthDowns National Park. Hill Cottage is a picturesque cottage, situated on a private lane, with a beautifully maintained front garden enclosed by a charming flint wall.
As you enter this period property you will be greeted by a grand hallway leading to all the principal rooms, the grey slate tiles lead you through nicely to the kitchen at the rear of the property. The kitchen itself has been beautifully crafted, with Shaker style wooden units and a large feature butler sink along with a stainless steel range cooker, within the kitchen there is enough space for a good size table and chairs.
Moving to the front of the property you will find the two reception rooms, the main living room feels warm and cosy with a feature wood burning stove and parquet flooring. On the other side of the hallway is the formal dining room, with a grey slate floor and enough room to entertain family and friends, along with a useful study area which can be hidden away. There is also a downstairs cloakroom with a useful utility area.
Upstairs there are four good sized double bedrooms, the triple aspect master bedroom is spectacular, with built in wardrobes and a luxury en suite bathroom. The second bedroom also has the benefit of an en suite and views of the wonderful garden, with the further two bedrooms sharing the tastefully decorated and well fitted family bathroom with feature roll top bath.
Outside the grounds are superb, which is mostly laid to lawn, with mature plants and shrubs, along with multiple areas to sit and enjoy the peaceful surroundings on a summers evening. At the end of the garden is the workshop, which would be perfect for running a business from home or alternatively used as a summer house. To the front of the property is a double garage with off street parking for multiple vehicles..
Rottingdean itself is a popular seaside village, it offers many amenities, societies and clubs. It has a quintessentially English feel with 7 Public houses, its own butchers, bakers and greengrocers. The vibrant City of Brighton is 5 miles away with its cosmopolitan shops, cafes restaurants and vibrant nightlife. Rottingdean offers a tranquil oasis, the joy of the sea and the beauty of the countryside combined.
EPC rating D/58