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Mclaughlan Estates
Call Us: 01323 481922

Maurice Road, SEAFORD, East Sussex

Offers In Excess Of £560,000

Property Specification

This three-bedroomed detached house in one of the most sought after roads in Seaford is an absolute must to view. The slightly austere exterior belies a truly exceptional interior comprising a beautifully presented sitting room with French doors to the rear garden, a dining room, bespoke oak kitchen with Ireko wooden work surfaces, a master suite comprising a large double bedroom, dressing room and en-suite bathroom, plus two further double bedrooms and a family shower room. The jewel in the crown is, without question, the expansive rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with planted borders and a Dutch barn style shed nestled at the back. Situated in a the sought after South East area of Seaford close to Seaford Head Golf Academy with the added benefit of views across towards the sea and harbour. Call NOW on 01323 481922 to view.

Key Features


Accomodation & Measurements

Front garden
Bordered to the front by a decorative brick wall, the front garden is mainly laid to lawn with planted beds and borders. To one side is the front door opening to the porch with a side gate to the rear garden. To the other side is the driveway leading to the garage and side entrance.
Front Porch
The 1930's style composite wood door opens to the front porch with quarry tile floor, whitewashed brick walls with half height glazing along the side, with an unusual hexagon shaped leaded light window. A substantial timber three-quarter glazed front door leads to the hallway.
Wood style laminate flooring and neutral décor with radiator, wall mounted telephone, ceiling pendant light and power. Under stair storage cupboard, stairs to the first floor and doors to the kitchen, living room, dining room, downstairs toilet and front porch.
Living Room
18' x 14' (5.49m x 4.27m) A beautifully presented sitting room at the back of the house with neutral décor, dark wood style laminate flooring and a cast iron working fireplace with Welsh stone surround and mantle, and a granite hearth. The double glazed windows and French doors give access to the large garden. TV/Satellite point, radiator and ceiling light.
Dining room
15' 1" x 10' 11" (4.60m x 3.33m) Adjacent to the living room is the dining room with a dark wood style laminate floor neutral décor and a William Morris feature wall in keeping with the character of the property. Dual aspect windows to the side and rear flood the room with natural light. Radiator, ceiling pendant lights and power sockets. A Georgian style double glazed door leads to the office/sun room, with a second door to the hallway.
12' 11" x 12' (3.94m x 3.66m) The large kitchen/breakfast room offers a range of bespoke painted oak base units with unique lattice work inserts and a beautiful Ireko wood work surfaces with butler sink and integrated drainer. The current owners have cleverly incorporated the original larder and cupboards into the design, with added touches such as the industrial style ceiling lights, period style radiator and hand painted splashback above the rangemaster cooker. Integrated double fridge, washing machine, dishwasher and space for a tumble dryer. A large double glazed window looks out over the front garden with an additional window to the side. Tile effect waterproof laminate floor. Breakfast bar, door to the hallway and composite part glazed wooden door to the side porch.
Side Porch
Open porch to the side with 2-3 brick steps down to the driveway and front garden. There are two original storage cupboards either side, one of which houses the new boiler (2018).
Ground floor WC
Decorated in neutral tones with half height wainscoting, the downstairs WC comprises a wash hand-basin set within a vanity unit and white toilet withy concealed flush. Obscured double glazed window to the side with terracotta sill. Wall mounted cabinet with mirrored doors, dark wood effect laminate floor.
Office / Sun room
10' 2" x 10' (3.10m x 3.05m) Georgian style double glazed door from the dining room leads into the office/sun room. Neutral décor, tile effect floor and part glass roof with fitted blinds. Floating mullion French doors lead to the garden. The sun room is glazed on three sides (half height glazing) and has been fitted with privacy film which makes the most of the lovely views of the garden from the inside, but a mirrored effect from the outside. The film, which is removable if desired, also regulates the heat by up to 70% in the summer, giving a more ambient temperature.
Stairs and landing
Stripped three-turn wooden stairs with an enclosed side and curved wooden hand rail and newel. Two double glazed windows to the side, one of which includes a hand painted stained glass picture and both with terracotta sills. The landing has stripped floorboards, ceiling light, and original built in airing cupboard, loft hatch and unusual concealed loft ladder dating back to the 1930's with the original manufacturers stamp.
Master Suite
The master suite comprises a large bedroom, dressing room and en-suite bathroom.
Master bedroom
16' 6" x 12' (5.03m x 3.66m) A large master bedroom with stripped floorboards, neutral décor, huge picture window with terracotta sills and views over the garden to the sea beyond, radiator and power sockets. 1930's style modesty ceiling light. Door to the dressing room.
Dressing room / nursery
9' 8" x 9' 6" (2.95m x 2.90m) The dressing room benefits from fitted carpet and neutral décor with French doors leading to a Juliet balcony overlooking the back garden and the sea beyond. It has been fitted with modern modular style clothes storage, radiator, ceiling spot lights and a door to the en-suite bathroom.
En-suite Bathroom
The spacious en-suite bathroom has a wood effect laminate floor with neutral décor and part tiled walls. The white suite comprises a period style toilet, large square sink and period style taps, and the pièce de résistance is the beautiful claw foot bath with curved shower screen, mixer tap, waterfall shower head and wall mounted hand held shower head. Period style radiator and ceiling spot lights.
Bedroom 2
15' 1" x 11' 6" (4.60m x 3.51m) A large double bedroom with stripped floorboards, neutral décor, huge picture window with terracotta sills and views over the garden to the sea beyond, TV/satellite point, radiator and power sockets. Ceiling light fitment with directional spots. Door to the dressing room.
Bedroom 3
12' x 9' 11" (3.66m x 3.02m) A third double bedroom at the front of the house with stripped floorboards, pale décor, double glazed window with terracotta sills and views over the front garden, radiator and power sockets. 1930's style modesty ceiling light.
Family shower room
8' 7" x 5' 8" (2.62m x 1.73m) A bright shower room with two obscured double glazed windows to the front, part tiled walls, waterproof tile effect laminate flooring, white suite comprising a toilet and extra large sink set within a vanity unit. The walk-in shower has a wall mounted mixer and shower head, glass screen and quartz effect hygienic easy clean shower wall. Heated ladder style radiator and ceiling spot lights.
Single car garage with up and over garage door and double glazed door giving access to the garden at the rear.

NB. Planning permission has been granted to convert the garage to an additional reception room from the living room, and to build a utility room.
Rear garden
The extensive rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with planted beds and borders, and mature fruit trees. The upper area is terraced with footings for a patio and decking not yet added. There is a Dutch barn style shed nestled away at the end of the garden, as well as a what the current owners describe as a wild garden where they have laid shingle paths and grow herbs and fruit trees. There is a side gate leading to the front garden, and an area for bin storage.
About the area
Maurice Road is located in the sought after South East area of Seaford with its nearby golf course, delightful downland and headland walks, promenade and beach. Junior, secondary and sixth form schools and within easy reach.

The town centre of Seaford lies to the north providing local recreation and shopping facilities whilst the commercial centre of Eastbourne lies to the east and Newhaven to the north west. The area is well served by transport links with the A26 from Newhaven leading north to the A27 linking towards Brighton to the west and the A23. Public transport links include local bus routes whilst the rail connection at Seaford provides links to London Bridge via Lewes.

Floor plan