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Channel View Road 5 bedroom detached house

With stunning views over rolling Downland to the sea and having been home to the same family for 30 years, this detached 5 bedroom, 4 reception room house with a garage and off street parking overlooks a glittering seascape that sweeps from east to west and south facing terraces rise along the back of the house to fully enjoy it. Inside, the flexible layout is ideal if you’re looking for an annexe as there’s a suite of rooms on the garden floor which could easily become self-contained. In leafy Woodingdean on the edge of the South Downs National Park, Brighton is on the doorstep and both Gatwick and London are within easy reach.

style:
Detached
bedrooms:
5
bathrooms:
3
living rooms:
4
floor area:
CHAIN FREE

outside:
2,497 sq ft
parking:
Off Street Parking
location:
Woodingdean


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Price
£700,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP190240
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Woodingdean
Home area
CHAIN FREE
Rooms
4
Beds
5
Baths
3

Why you'll like it...

WHY YOU'LL LIKE IT Sweep into a sophisticated coastal lifestyle in this light and airy home which has a remote controlled garage, off street parking and energy efficient glazing. Designed to make the most of the spectacular, uninterrupted views at the back, this substantial home is tiered with six spacious levels and sea views from all the main rooms. Inside, the ground floor entrance is exceptionally broad and the spacious formal dining room is immediately to the left. Upstairs, sunshine streams through a fabulous living space with an arch through to the kitchen diner. This south facing room offers a breath taking vista and opens to a glamorous veranda to further enjoy the view. Through the arch, the streamlined Bulthaup kitchen is a cook’s paradise with a peninsular island, touch induction hob and oven. What’s more, you can enjoy glorious coastal views by day or night as you dine beneath a picture window which stretches almost the full width of the wall. Across the hall, the first of three classic bathrooms has all you need including natural light, a shower above the bath and shaving point. Up on the second level, the luxury master bedroom, dressing room and chic shower room are peaceful and private. Beautifully decorated, the master has plenty of floor space and opposite, the dressing room, lined with mirrored wardrobes, could also be a delightful nursery. Above is access to a fabulous roof terrace which runs along the whole of the back of the house with a magnificent vista over rolling countryside to the cliffs at Beachy Head and over Brighton Racecourse to Roedean School. Also enjoying these views are the study and fifth bedroom, which is currently used as a second study. At the top of the house, two more vaulted bedrooms (one with under eave storage) face east and west for the sunshine. Heading down to the lower, garden floor which has its own side access to the street, a light and airy living room has windows to the south and central French doors leading out to a terrace and the garden. Wired for surround sound, this restful room has an attractive electric fire for cooler evenings and next door a comfortable double bedroom has garden views. The landing has ample storage and at one end of it a spacious bathroom is pretty in pink whilst at the other, a practical utility is larger than some kitchens, raising interesting questions about creating a self-contained annexe for family or friends. Outside, the sheltered garden is secure for pets and children, made private by mature trees and shrubs including apple and pear. A central lawn is large enough for play and at the far end a private, secluded seating area. AGENT'S THOUGHTS The views from Channel View Road are stunning and just a short hop from Brighton racecourse, it's the easiest part of Woodingdean to access from Brighton. OWNER'S SECRET “There’s no place nicer to be than to sit and enjoy the view with all-day sun. We’ve had many happy celebrations in the gardens and on the terraces and we’ve always appreciated the friendly neighbours as well as the balance between the peace and quiet in the house, healthy lifestyle on our doorstep and convenient commute.” WHERE IT IS Shops: Local shops are a short stroll and the Marina is a 10 minute drive Train Station: Brighton station 15 minute drive Seafront or Park: National Park is on the doorstep, Rottingdean beach 10 minutes CLOSEST SCHOOLS Primary: Woodingdean Secondary: Longhill Private: Brighton College, Brighton Girls, Roedean, Lewes Old Grammar

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Owner's secret...

“There’s no place nicer to be than to sit and enjoy the view with all-day sun. We’ve had many happy celebrations in the gardens and on the terraces and we’ve always appreciated the friendly neighbours as well as the balance between the peace and quiet in the house, healthy lifestyle on our doorstep and convenient commute.”

Agent's thoughts...

On the edge of the South Downs National Park, Woodingdean is favoured by professionals and families as shops, cafes and restaurants are nearby and local schools are good. There's easy access to a park and Downland whilst the picturesque village of Rottingdean, bordered by beaches, is on the doorstep. For footie fans, the Amex Stadium is around the corner and the waterfront restaurants, health club, shops and cinemas of the Marina are a 10 minute drive. Brighton & Hove's an easy commute and there's a regular bus service to Brighton, Hove and Shoreham. Its proximity to the A27 and A23 is a tempting proposition to those needing to reach the universities or airports quickly- Gatwick is only about 45 minutes-and Falmer Station is usually a 10-15 minute drive.

where it is...



Shops: Local shops are a short stroll and the Marina is a 10 minute drive Train Station: Brighton station 15 minute drive Seafront or Park: National Park is on the doorstep, Rottingdean beach 10 minutes CLOSEST SCHOOLS Primary: Woodingdean Secondary: Longhill Private: Brighton College, Brighton Girls, Roedean, Lewes Old Grammar

Sweep into a sophisticated coastal lifestyle in this light and airy home which has a remote controlled garage, off street parking and energy efficient glazing. Designed to make the most of the spectacular, uninterrupted views at the back, this substantial home is tiered with six spacious levels and sea views from all the main rooms. Inside, the ground floor entrance is exceptionally broad and the spacious formal dining room is immediately to the left. Upstairs, sunshine streams through a fabulous living space with an arch through to the kitchen diner. This south facing room offers a breath taking vista and opens to a glamorous veranda to further enjoy the view. Through the arch, the streamlined Bulthaup kitchen is a cook’s paradise with a peninsular island, touch induction hob and oven. What’s more, you can enjoy glorious coastal views by day or night as you dine beneath a picture window which stretches almost the full width of the wall. Across the hall, the first of three classic bathrooms has all you need including natural light, a shower above the bath and shaving point. Up on the second level, the luxury master bedroom, dressing room and chic shower room are peaceful and private. Beautifully decorated, the master has plenty of floor space and opposite, the dressing room, lined with mirrored wardrobes, could also be a delightful nursery. Above is access to a fabulous roof terrace which runs along the whole of the back of the house with a magnificent vista over rolling countryside to the cliffs at Beachy Head and over Brighton Racecourse to Roedean School. Also enjoying these views are the study and fifth bedroom, which is currently used as a second study. At the top of the house, two more vaulted bedrooms (one with under eave storage) face east and west for the sunshine. Heading down to the lower, garden floor which has its own side access to the street, a light and airy living room has windows to the south and central French doors leading out to a terrace and the garden. Wired for surround sound, this restful room has an attractive electric fire for cooler evenings and next door a comfortable double bedroom has garden views. The landing has ample storage and at one end of it a spacious bathroom is pretty in pink whilst at the other, a practical utility is larger than some kitchens, raising interesting questions about creating a self-contained annexe for family or friends. Outside, the sheltered garden is secure for pets and children, made private by mature trees and shrubs including apple and pear. A central lawn is large enough for play and at the far end a private, secluded seating area.

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