Internal ** Guide Price £575,000 - £600,000 ** A beautifully presented 1930's house which has been thoughtfully extended by the current owners. The property has a wealth of original features and benefits from good size living room with feature fireplace and bay window, large kitchen/breakfast room with space for appliances and double doors leading out to the secluded rear garden, also located on the ground floor is another reception room with double aspect and a cloakroom. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms with stunning views of the downs. There is also a modern family bathroom with white suite as well as an ensuite shower room to the master bedroom. Externally the property has a private driveway and detached garage as well as ample gardens surrounding the property. There is further potential to extend into the loft space (STP)
external The two-tiered rear garden has been ideally landscaped to offer multiple uses and is fence enclosed. The lower decked tier which is accessed from the pvc door via the diner area, the higher tier offers a raised patio which is great in those colder months. Furthermore, the property has side access via a gate towards the front of the property. The property occupies a large plot with a beautiful private garden towards the front which has laid lawn and a detached garage with ample off-road parking for at least three cars.
Location Bannings Vale is located in a popular residential area in East Saltdean. There are several footpaths within a short distance of the property, giving easy access to the stunning South Downs National Park which provides wonderful walks with outstanding views of the area. Local amenities are all within easy reach, both in Longridge Avenue and Lustrells Vale with a Co-Op, pharmacies, pubs and cafes. Saltdean primary school is in Chiltington Way. Saltdean Park and the famous Art Deco Lido is a short walk away. There are multiple bus routes in the immediate area providing easy access to Brighton's main city centre, including the Mainline Railway Station.
The house faces Telscombe Tye, which is part of the South Downs National Park, which is excellent for dog walks
Saltdean beach is a five-minute walk from the house, with safe beaches and a lovely cafe
Local shops are five minutes' walk away
Very good primary school is within walking distance
Saltdean Lido is just five minutes' walk away
Bus stop is one minute away that takes you into central Brighton