The property forms a modern mid-terrace property, that has been rented out for several years and maintained well by the Landlord.
The property is double glazed, and enjoys light accommodation comprising an entrance hall, cloakroom/under-stairs store, open plan, front to rear sitting/dining room, with a former fireplace and direct access to the kitchen.
The kitchen comprises a range of beech effect cupboards and drawers, black worktops, integrated sink with drainer, stand alone cooker with four ring gas hob and ovens beneath, fridge/freezer, and space for two further appliances.
There is a tiled splash back, window to rear and tile effect flooring and door to the lean-to garden store, which in turn provides access to the garden.
The first floor provides two double bedrooms, the master to front with a fitted wardrobe, a fitted airing cupboard and two windows to front, plus a protrusion over the stairs which could form a TV stand, or provide a footprint for more storage.
The second bedroom is to the rear, again with a fitted wardrobe and storage over, plus a bathroom, comprising a white suite of a bath with shower over, WC and basin, part tiled walls, tile effect flooring and obscure glass window to rear.
Outside to the front is a garden and a shared path with next door from the front door to the pavement. There is space for the bins and an area of grass. The rear garden is a good size, fence enclosed, complete with grass lawn and crazy paved area, with access to a twitten to the rear for access.
The property is located just on the edge of Old Town Eastbourne, within yards of Willingdon Golf Club, nearby convenience shops and local playgrounds and footpaths.
Eastbourne is a resort town on England’s southeast coast. On the seafront are Victorian hotels, the 19th-century Eastbourne Pier and a 1930s bandstand. The Towner Art Gallery includes modern British works. There is also a mainline station, both in Eastbourne and nearer to the property, at Polegate.
There is a large shopping district in the centre of town, a large general NHS hospital, several schools for all ages, both in the state and private sectors, as well as churches for most denominations, gyms, spas and sports facilities a plenty, a popular local Hampden Park, local fish market and general beach tourist attractions.
There are ample water sports along the coast, as well as a marina, whilst nearby, there is the Redoubt Fortress, built during the Napoleonic Wars, a military museum, and Pevensey Castle just along the coast. To the Southwest along the coast, is the South Downs National Park, renowned for the tall chalk cliffs of Beachy Head and its striped 1902 lighthouse.