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Eley Crescent, Rottingdean, BN2

  • 3 beds


  • 3 beds
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This 3 bedroom detached bungalow is situated in this sought after area of Rottingdean & is being offered for sale with NO ONWARD CHAIN. The property benefits from GOOD SIZE ACCOMMODATION throughout, a well-maintained PRIVATE rear garden, a conservatory & a shared driveway with private gated access to extended garage. Viewing highly recommended. Energy Rating: D63 Exclusive to Maslen Estate Agents

Location:Rottingdean Village dates back to the Domesday book and for centuries it was an isolated rural farming settlement only becoming more accessible when Brighton grew as a town. Rottingdean has always been popular with artists, writers and public figures which still influence visitors and residents today.The main village attractions are the historic buildings, the traditional inns, Kipling Gardens, Rottingdean Windmill and St Margarets Church, Whipping Post House and the fact that you can access the beach from the High Street!From the mid seventeenth century smugglers ran contraband cargoes from landing sites nearby and hid their goods in caves which were dug into the cliffs, there were tunnels connecting the cellars of houses and inns which ran under the High Street up to the Green. To put a stop to the smuggling, a customs house was set up in the High Street and the streets were patrolled at night, Rottingdean windmill was also used to signal that the coast was clear. When the coast was clear the illegal merchandise was transported to London s black market. Some of these haunts can still be visited and were written about by Rudyard Kipling who lived in the village between 1897 and 1902. The last case reported of smugglers was in 1827 however to commemorate this piece of history Rottingdean Village has a yearly smugglers procession . There is a torch light procession through the village and a service at the Green followed by a bonfire and firework display on the beach.Today you will find pubs, cafes and a variety of shops in the High Street and schools from Primary (St Margaret s C of E, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School) to High School (Longhill High School in Ovingdean). There are several buses that can be caught from the Village and the A259 into Brighton City Centre and Woodingdean for more local shops.

Front door to Hallway


Doors to all rooms, radiator, recessed spotlights, two built in storage cupboards, hatch to loft space, wall mounted heating thermostat.


uPVC double glazed bay window to front, radiator.

Living Room

uPVC double glazed bay window to front, radiator.


Vertical radiator, range of built in wardrobes, uPVC double glazed sliding doors to Conservatory.


Constructed of a range of uPVC double glazed windows & poly-carbonate roofing.


uPVC double glazed window to side, radiator.


Range of Bathroom fitments comprising low level close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, walk in shower with mains fed shower over, glass shower screen, ladder style heated towel rail, tiled walls, recessed spotlights, uPVC double glazed window with frosted glass.


Range of Kitchen fitments comprising wall & base units with roll edge work surfaces over, inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, integrated oven with 4 ring gas hob above & extractor/filter over, space for fridge/freezer, space for dishwasher, radiator, part tiled walls, uPVC double glazed window to rear, uPVC double glazed door to Porch.


Constructed of uPVC double glazed windows & poly-carbonate roofing, uPVC double glazed door to rear garden.


Front Garden

Mainly laid to block paving, pond, gate to side, gate to front, borders stocked with a variety of mature shrubs & plants, mature hedging, outside lighting, enclosed by wooden fencing.

Rear Garden

Steps down to the lawned area of the garden, gate to shared driveway, borders stocked with a variety of mature shrubs, trees & plants, at the bottom of the garden there is a patio seating area enclosed by wooden fencing, outside lighting, door to Garage.


Shared driveway leading to Garage. Up & over door, power & light, door to garden.

Council Tax Band: D

Total Approx Floor Area:

850 sq.ft. (79.0 sq.m.)


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