Founthill Road, Saltdean, BN2

4 Bed │ 2 Bath │ 4 Rec

Guide Price £1,250,000 (Freehold)

Horsham

Nicholas Hapgood

Director Henry Adams HRR Ltd

Key features

  • DETACHED FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY RESIDENCE
  • MANY CHARACTER FEATURES
  • SOUGHT AFTER RESIDENTIAL AREA
  • BALCONY FROM PRINCIPAL BEDROOM
  • EXTENSIVE SOUTH FACING GARDEN
  • OUTDOOR HEATED SWIMMING POOL AND POOL-HOUSE
  • GARAGE AND DRIVEWAY PARKING
  • STUNNING VIEWS TOWARDS THE COAST
  • 2,710 SQ.FT. LIVING ACCOMMODATION

Full description

This spacious and beautifully maintained detached family residence commands an enviable position in Founthill Road, in a popular residential area known locally as 'Rottingdean Heights', on the borders of Rottingdean and Saltdean, found just along the coast from Brighton. The house offers a wealth of character, and excellent sized accommodation, for all age groups of families, and comprises: Entrance porch, entrance hall ,25' Main living room, (with recessed bar area and doors leading out onto the South facing sun terrace), 15' modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room, (with separate utility cupboard), opening through into 15' dining room area, (with doors leading out onto the South facing sun terrace), 13' family room, 11' downstairs study/office/bedroom five, and downstairs separate wc. On the first floor there are four good size double bedrooms,( all with fitted wardrobes), and a family bathroom suite. The master bedroom has a modern en-suite bathroom, with Jacuzzi bath, separate walk in shower, and under floor heating, and a good size walk-in dressing room. Off the master bedroom there is a South facing sun terrace/balcony area, ideal for table and chairs, giving stunning views along the coast and out to sea.

To the front there is a block paved pathway to the main entrance, lawned areas, extending to both sides, further block paving, creating large driveway areas for a number of cars either side, and a double garage to the side, (measuring 19' x 13'1). To the rear there is an extensive South facing garden area, with upper terrace area, perfect for entertaining, giving stunning views down to the coast and out to the sea.

Situation

Steps leading down onto the main lawned garden area, with a variety of trees, flowers, and shrub borders. At the bottom of the garden is a secluded area, where the swimming pool is located, being a heated outdoor pool with pool house/changing room, and offering plenty of room for table and chairs for alfresco dining.

Rottingdean village 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. Several of the most sought after private schools in the country; Brighton college, Roedean, St.Bedes, and Hurst, are all found only a short drive, or school bus journey away .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.

Entrance Hall

Porch

Cloakroom

Reception Room 11'4 (3.45m) x 10'4 (3.15m)

Reception Room 24'9 (7.54m) x 17' (5.18m)

Reception Room 13'2 (4.01m) x 11'8 (3.56m)

Dining Room 15'9 (4.8m) x 9'10 (3m)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 16'5 (5m) x 15'8 (4.78m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 17'10 (5.44m) x 13'5 (4.09m)

Balcony from Principal Bedroom

En-suite bathroom

Bedroom 2 16'7 (5.05m) x 8'11 (2.72m)

Bedroom 3 14'5 (4.39m) x 10'8 (3.25m)

Bedroom 4 12' (3.66m) x 7'11 (2.41m)

Bathroom 2

Large Garden

Heated swimming pool and pool house

Garage 19'1 (5.82m) x 13'5 (4.09m)

Details correct: October 2019

Why live in Horsham?

Horsham strikes the perfect balance with its community facilities and green spaces. There’s a market square at The Carfax complete with traditional bandstand, an abundance of shops, a cinema, theatre, leisure centre and a 60-acre park right in the centre of town.

We have an impressive mix of older properties, including historic buildings from the 1400s and 1500s with later additions from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras and some stunning artistic properties. Head out along The Causeway and you’ll see every style, from 15th century homes to new builds, on one superb road.

Horsham has many great schools, both state and private, junior and senior. Millais, Tanbridge House, Farlington, Windlesham House, St Marys and Heron Way all have excellent Ofsted ratings and have received equally positive reviews from pupils and parents. There’s a good range of shopping here too, including high street favourites and independent stores and coffee shops. You’ll also find a huge selection of eateries, bars, cafés and pubs in the town and a particularly high density of restaurants along East Street that has given rise to its nickname, ‘Eat Street’.

We have a great tradition of sports in Horsham and, more importantly, of supporting our local teams. Our town is the proud host of Sussex Cricket Club, which frequently plays on the Horsham Cricket Club grounds while the local cricket, football and rugby teams also attract great crowds on match days. If you like walking in beautiful countryside you’ll be spoilt for choice in Horsham while the Southwater Country Park has a Dinosaur Island play area for young families and kayaking and canoeing facilities for older children. The Pavilions in the Park leisure centre has indoor and outdoor heated pools and an aerial adventure course with ropes and a climbing wall. For more cultural pursuits, the Capitol Theatre and Cinema on North Street has a busy calendar of both theatrical productions and the latest movies.

If you’d like to buy, sell or let a property in Horsham, get in touch with your local team and discover the Henry Adams difference for yourself.

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