A mid century modern location house designed and built in the early ‘50s by a local Bexhill architect.

The house is built of brick with a western-red cedar clad first floor bedroom supported on stone pillars.

It is detached, standing in good sized front and rear gardens with a pond in the front garden.

The house is entered through a glass front door, through a hallway with agba stairs with sycamore balustrades, through a  glazed door to a lounge/ dining room at the rear with picture windows to 2 sides overlooking the rear garden, featuring exposed brick faced walls and a inset log burner. There is a door to a sun terrace and the garden.

The kitchen is entered through a glazed door from the dining area. It has a glazed unit, window to the front garden and teak units and paneling on the walls.

There is a glazed door to a utility room.

The hallway, with floor to ceiling cupboards with teak doors, leads through to a reeded glass door, TV room, with another sliding door to the side of the house.

There is a blue-tiled shower room and toilet on this floor.

The ground floor has five-finger teak parquet throughout except for the kitchen which has cork flooring.

It has 3 ½ bedrooms, 3 of which overlook the rear garden through full width windows. The master bedroom, which is wood paneled, built-in wardrobes and large glazed sliding doors overlooking the front garden. There is a fully tiled bathroom with a bathtub, shower and toilet. The first floor has five finger teak parquet flooring throughout.

There is space on the driveway for about 5 cars and parking outside is unrestricted and plentiful.



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