Rolling Stones is a most attractive, refurbished and extended beachfront home set along one of the most sought after parts of the Sussex coast. Offering extremely flexible accommodation, the house would be most suitable as either a family home or a holiday home.
On entering the house, the hallway leads through to a large, open plan living space that incorporates the kitchen, dining room and living room. This space overlooks the rear garden and the beach beyond, with patios doors allowing for a stunning view out to sea. The kitchen area features a range of modern and stylish units with integrated Miele oven with induction hob and extractor hood above, Miele microwave, Miele coffee maker and integrated fridge/freezer. There is also a ground floor shower room. The current owners have extended the ground floor to also now offer a study/5th bedroom which overlooks the rear garden towards the beach, as well as a utility room. In addition, there is a good sized family room which can be used as the principal bedroom with an en suite shower room. This gives great flexibility to how the space can be used and features a pair of bi-fold doors opening to the landscaped front garden, as well as underfloor heating.
To the first floor, an open snug area gives access directly to the balcony which overlooks the rear garden and beach, providing a wonderful view out to sea. Leading off the snug are three further bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom.
Rolling Stones is approached via gated access to an attractive grey shingle driveway and landscaped front garden with a raised bed to one side and a further bed with architectural planting. The driveway leads to the double garage with electric up-and-over door, as well as having pedestrian access. A path to the side of the house leads to the rear garden, which has been landscaped to provide a simple but effective design. A decked area adjacent to the rear of the house features a range of raised planters, beyond which is a rectangular lawn that leads down to the direct beach access at the far end of the garden.