Kings Crescent, Shoreham-By-Sea
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to live moments from the beach in this mid-late 20th-century four-bedroom terraced house. As you enter the house into the spacious entrance hall you will notice that the original parquet floor is still in place, running through to the living room. To your right is a good size kitchen with ample space for a dining table and chairs. There is a Bosch electric oven and an electric hob, and space for a washing machine. The windowed openings onto the living area, give a modern and open feel. Off the hall, there is also a downstairs WC. The living room runs the whole width of the house and has a remote-controlled electric flame-effect fire. The room extends into an ‘L’ shape to the back of the house where there are sliding doors directly onto the garden. Also at the back of the house overlooking the garden is the fourth bedroom which would make a perfect home office or study. The garden is landscaped with pebbles, echoing its seaside location and there are mature borders and shrubs. In the garden, you are so close to the sea that you can hear the waves breaking on the beach. At the end of the garden is a gate through to the garage and the adjacent parking space, making this an extremely convenient arrangement for anyone wanting to keep two cars off-road. There is however also plenty of unrestricted parking on the road at the front of the house.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms with the master bedroom at the back. This room has sight of the sea and is a good size with two built-in wardrobes. The bathroom has a white modern suite with a ceramic tiled floor. There is access from the landing to an insulated loft space. Double glazing throughout and a Viessmann combination boiler should keep this house nice and cosy through the winter months.
King’s Crescent lies just to the west of the River Adur Estuary, close to the Widewater Lagoon which is home to herons, swans, geese, cormorants, kingfishers, gulls, and many other birds. In addition to being so close to the beach, the house is a short walk into Shoreham where there is a wide range of shops and amenities. The Ropetackle Arts Centre is a multi-award-winning venue hosting live music, comedy, family theatre, film, and literary events. With Brighton and Hove just along the coast and the South Downs close by, the location offers the benefits of city living with all the recreational possibilities of the countryside close by.
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