This tri-level home is nestled in a quiet and leafy part of South Sussex.Â Modern and spacious, there is plenty of room for every member of the family to find a quiet place to relax.Â
Ground level. - Bedroom 4 - Guest W.C - Single garage with internal access
Mid Level - Bedrooms 2 & 3 with built-ins - Main bathroom w/ seperate toilet
Top Level - Main bedroom + ensuite - Private balcony - Spacious kitchen - Two living areas - Dining room - Laundry + extra toilet - Undercover outdoor entertaining area - Water glimpses to the inlet - Air-Conditioning and wood fireplace
Exterior - Fully fenced - Off Street parking for extra car / boat / van - Manicured lawns and gardens
From hereÂ you can walk to the inlet only 450m away or take your boat around to the nearby ramp to head out for a days fishing.Â Â Private inspection available (covid-19 restrictions apply), please enquire for more details.
Heating Wood Fire
Outdoor Entertaining Area
Reverse Cycle a/c
No open inspections scheduled.
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Block Size:639 m²*
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