This stylish bungalow with garden is a short walk to the beach at Pevensey Bay, ideally located for those wishing to bring a four legged-friend and great for walkers and cyclists alike.
This three-bedroom bungalow with a fully enclosed garden is within 200 metres of a shingle beach that’s sandy at low tide, as well as being within a mile of shops, pubs and a historic castle. There’s a range of beaches, resorts and attractions within a 10-mile radius, including the Victorian town of Eastbourne and its pier, making this property an ideal base for a family group wanting to enjoy the close proximity of a beach and explore the history and attractions of the area.
The entrance hall where you drop off coats and shoes leads to the spacious open-plan lounge/diner and well-equipped kitchen, ideal for rustling up a quick meal to enjoy at the table after a day splashing around on the beach or exploring the region. The lounge area is great for cosying up by the wood burner after a busy day, and the three bedrooms and family bathroom are just off the lounge. The fully enclosed garden has a raised patio area with garden furniture, a parasol and a charcoal BBQ - ideal for alfresco dining, or perhaps enjoying a quick fish and chips from Pevensey, a mile down the road. Off-road parking for two cars is available at the front of the property.
This bungalow is just 200 metres from a shingle beach that is sandy at low tide, along the stretch of beach where William the Conqueror landed back in 1066. The shops, pubs and castle of Pevensey are 1 mile away, and 2 miles along the coast road is Sovereign Harbour with restaurants, supermarkets and boat trips out to sea. There’s a zoo, two English wine centres, the striking castle of Herstmonceux - the site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings, and the stunning scenery of Beachy Head within 10 miles of the property, as well as the Victorian grandeur of Eastbourne with its many attractions and the elegant, Art-Deco resort of Bexhill-on-Sea. This is a great base for enjoying the big skies, sea air and fascinating history of this lovely corner of England.