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One Bed Top Floor (Third) Flat, In Sought After Development --Amazing Views + Underground Parking Space--And Use Of Facilities. Lift In Block .
'Guide Price': 300,000--340,000.
KING & CHASEMORE are delighted to offer for sale this beautiful one bedroom top floor apartment, occupying part of the third floor, of this imposing building , situated in a private gated exclusive development known as 'Rottingdean Place', formerly the site of a convent which was developed into a luxury development of fourteen houses, and forty-three apartments in 1986, and offers the benefit of beautifully maintained communal gardens and grounds set within seventeen acres, giving stunning down land and coastal views, a tennis court, driving range, swimming pool, gym, sauna complex, guest suite, car wash area, clothes drying area, communal car parking area, visitor's parking area, and a security lodge, and an electronic gated security front main entrance. The apartment is offered for sale in good decorative order throughout, and comprises: Entrance hall, 15' living room, ( with stunning views across open down land and down to the sea), 18' kitchen/ dining room, good size double bedroom, en-suite bathroom , and a separate additional wc. The apartment has the added benefit of a private allocated car parking space ( NO.17), found in the underground car parking area, for the building. SHARE OF FREEHOLD.
Rottingdean is a picturesque historic village, found just off the south coast road, located on the outskirts of Brighton. Originally a smugglers village, and then after the war mainly a 'retirement village', Rottingdean is now a mixture of old and young age groups and families, with two local primary schools in the area and Longhill secondary school found close by, off Longhill Road, in Ovingdean. There is a selection of local village shops and tea rooms in the High Street, as well as five local pubs and inns, all leading down to the beachfront where there is a picturesque under cliff walk along the coast. Brighton's famous marina is also close by and offers a variety of shops, bars, restaurants, along with a casino, bowling alley, cinema, David Lloyd leisure complex, and a further pleasant under cliff walk along the coast. Bus routes are found on the main High Street, along the Coast Road and Falmer Road, providing easy access in Brighton's main city centre which offers a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. Brighton's mainline railway station, (Brighton-Victoria approximately 55mins), is approximately three miles away. The Sussex Downs walk and bridle path is on your doorstep and therefore is an ideal tranquil location for dog walkers and families alike.
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