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Wannock Avenue, EASTBOURNE, East Sussex

FREEHOLD £259,000


Property Specification

Offering an unusual degree of privacy for such a sought after area, this semi-detached bungalow is a must to view to appreciate the space and potential. The main house comprises two double bedrooms, pretty sitting room and country style kitchen, bathroom and fully insulated and boarded loft with three Velux windows. Outside is a garage plus large 18’x10’ garden room which would make a fantastic office space, artist’s studio or workshop. The gardens front and rear have been arranged creatively for maximum privacy with the front taking the form of a secret garden whilst the back has a distinct seaside feel with reclaimed groynes and coastal plants providing interest against the low maintenance pebble ground cover. To view, CALL NOW ON 01323 481922.

Key Features

SEMI DETACHED BUNGALOW
2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
LIVING ROOM
KITCHEN
BATHROOM
DETACHED GARAGE
GARDEN WORK ROOM
GARDENS FRONT AND REAR
GLIMPSES OF THE SOUTH DOWNS
GAS CENTRAL HEATING
DOUBLE GLAZING
ALL AMENITIES; DOCTOR, CHEMIST, PUB, LOCAL SHOPS WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE



Accomodation & Measurements


Front Garden
Access to the property is via the front gate which opens to the driveway with an area to the left for bin storage and vegetables/fruit with a side gate leading to the rear. To the right a decorative archway and path lead to the front door and the main front garden. Bordered to the front and side by hedging, the current owners have created a 'secret garden' effect with meandering path and borders, beautiful flowering shrubs and plants and seating areas to make the most of the sun or shade as you wish.
Entrance and hall
Double glazed door with decorative stained glass inserts opens to the central hallway with neutral décor and fitted carpet. A door to the left leads to the living room whilst the two bedrooms are on the opposite side with the bathroom sitting centrally. Radiator, Ceiling pendant light, thermostat and loft hatch.
Sitting room
15' 4" x 9' 11" (4.67m x 3.02m) Looking out over the flowers and plants of the front garden with glimpses of the Downs beyond, this room offers a bright and relaxing ambiance. Neutral décor with fitted carpet, double glazed bay window, TV/satellite aerial, telephone point and power sockets. Ceiling light with two additional wall lights. 1930's style door with Mortice handle to the hallway and a doorway (no door) leads through to the kitchen.
Kitchen
10' 6" x 7' 11" (3.20m x 2.41m) Decorated in cool grey and pale sage, and looking out over the back garden, the kitchen also has a botanical feel. A range of cottage style wall and base units with stainless steel sink and drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher, freestanding cooker and additional under counter appliance. The kitchen flooring covers new floorboards which could easily be exposed if desired. Wall mounted boiler. Obscured double glazed door to the garden with double glazed window to the rear.
Bedroom 1
10' 5" x 8' 11" (3.18m x 2.72m) Double bedroom at the rear of the property with a large double glazed picture window embracing the privacy of the back garden. Neutral décor with fitted carpet, ceiling pendant light and power sockets.
Bedroom 2
10' 5" x 8' 10" (3.18m x 2.69m) Double bedroom at the front of the property with a large double glazed picture window making the most of the privacy of the front garden. Neutral décor with fitted carpet, ceiling pendant light and power sockets.
Bathroom
7' 3" x 5' (2.21m x 1.52m) Neutral décor with part tiled walls and matching suite comprising a corner bath, pedestal sink and toilet. Boarded floor, ceiling spot lights, wall mounted bathroom cabinet with mirrored doors, shaver socket and vanity mirror and radiator.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
Whilst in need of some updating, there is a new white suite comprising a 'P' shaped bath, toilet and sink plus ladder style heated towel rail which has been purchased by the current owners. This has not yet been fitted and is negotiable.
Airing cupboard
Airing cupboard is located in the hall and houses the hot water tank (immersion heater) and shelves.
Loft
The current owners have installed three Velux windows making the fully boarded and insulated loft a bright and airy space for added storage, or potentially additional living space subject to the proper permissions.
Detached Garage
The garage can be accessed by the up and over door from the driveway, or from the side door. It benefits from light and power as well as an insulated attic space for extra storage.
Garden room
18' x 10' (5.49m x 3.05m) approximately. Adjoining the rear of the garage, this room is of timber construction and has been insulated and equipped with power and light. Dual aspect double glazing looking over the rear garden and further side window flood the room with light. This space would lend itself perfectly as a garden office, artists studio or even a workshop with plenty of space for tools and projects.
Rear garden
Accessed via a step down from the kitchen door, the garden room or side access, the rear garden has been arranged in a seashore theme with differing shapes and sizes of pebbles mimicking the beach, and reclaimed Groynes arranged as sculptural pieces. Low maintenance with rear hedging offering privacy.
About the area
An incredibly sought after area, Wannock sits below the South Downs between the villages of Polegate and Jevington. Easy walking distance from Wannock Avenue is ‘The Triangle’ which is the hub of the local community, offering a local surgery and chemists, green grocer, butcher, co-op and post office, hairdressers and the local pub. There are decent schools for all ages also within walking distance, making this location equally suited to families.

The area was once known for its walnut groves and some house gardens still contain walnut trees. There were once two tea gardens in Wannock which were popular with coach parties visiting from nearby Eastbourne, and a dance hall stood on stilts over the local beauty spot of Wannock Glen. Wannock is mentioned in the Domesday Book and in a Napoleonic assessment/inventory of the British south coast defences. There is a manor; Wannock Place, two medieval cottages and a cottage which was a watermill. One medieval cottage is called 'Stream Cottage', the other mediaeval cottage is owned by Nigel Waterson, former local MP.



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