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This period terrace house is currently arranged as a commercial unit with a shop floor and residential accommodation to the rear and over three further floors.
The property further benefits from a garden to the rear and the ability to use the rear of the property as a separate annexe.
Residential accommodation comprises entrance hall on the ground floor with stairs down to a beautiful kitchen/breakfast room and arch to the dining room with a stunning fireplace, on the first floor is a spacious living room, and double bedroom, on the second floor is a double bedroom, a bathroom, a bedroom currently used as a dressing room, and a utility room. To the rear of the property is an annexe attached to the main property consisting of a bedroom, en-suite and a kitchen.
Situated in Seaford's high street is this period building providing a commercial premises and residential unit. The High Street forms a valuable part of the town centre close to the seafront and railway station but also the popular family friendly public houses and restaurants.
Located near the main A259 , which affords commuters easy access to Brighton in one direction and Eastbourne in the other. The town centre has a wide range of shopping facilities, as well as a good choice of busy restaurants, cafes and bars.
Seaford train station is located at the southern end of the town centre, with routes to and from London Victoria, Brighton, Eastbourne and Lewes at regular frequency.
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