Ground-floor apartment, enjoying a quiet semi-rural location on the outskirts of the historic village of Pevensey in East Sussex, within walking distance of the town’s castle.
This property enjoys a countryside location, just a short distance from the ancient village of Pevensey. Pevensey Castle began its life as a Saxon Shore fort in the 4th century, and an impressive two-thirds of the original walls still stand, with the Norman parts being added after William the Conqueror’s invasion. English Heritage now manage the castle, and it makes a great place for an afternoon out exploring the towered bailey and the atmospheric dungeons. There is also an interesting gaol and courthouse museum in the village, as well as a number of shops and pubs. The neighbouring village of Pevensey Bay, two miles from the property, is home to a shingle beach which tends to be quieter than other local beaches, even in high-season.
At the heart of this pleasant ground-floor property is the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner: a light and airy room with two comfortable sofas and a TV for guests to enjoy after a busy day of sightseeing. The contemporary kitchen is equipped with an oven, hob, microwave, and fridge, and benefits from patio doors which open onto the outside seating area. The property’s one bedroom is a relaxing double room with space to hang clothes in the built-in wardrobe. The wet room, meanwhile, is located close to the bedroom, and offers a walk in wet room and WC.
Outside, there is a secluded shingled courtyard garden to the front of the property, which is accessed through the patio door in the kitchen and offers a table and chairs, making it the ideal place to enjoy al fresco drinks or meals. There is off-road parking which is conveniently situated adjacent to the property.