In a prime location on the edge of the boundary with the South Downs National Park, this light and spacious gem of a house is situated just off the highly sought-after Dyke Road Avenue in a cul-de-sac of just seven houses.
Approached through the landscaped front garden, the commodious double-glazed porch, ideal for storing coats and shoes, opens into a wide and spacious hallway which allows access to all rooms.
The splendid freshly decorated dining room has glazed double doors leading into the reception room which has an attractive marble fireplace and views through to the mature garden, front and back. This lovely bright and airy room offers potential to open through, and leads into the conservatory which, fronted by recently installed decking, provides an exceptionally light space all year round for entertaining and from which to enjoy the verdant, pretty outlook. South-facing, well-stocked and carefully maintained, the garden has a variety of differing spaces, including a secluded vegetable garden tucked away at one end.
The newly fitted bespoke contemporary kitchen/breakfast room, with its range of wall mounted and floor units, has Corian worktops and is very cleverly designed for modern life and entertaining. There is also a downstairs office and plenty of storage on the ground floor as well as a cloakroom and downstairs toilet.
On the first floor, there are four very well sized bedrooms with built-in wardrobes in each. The principal bedroom, with a large en-suite with bath and shower, has panoramic views to the sea as does the third bedroom, currently in use as a second office. The second bedroom also has the advantage of an en suite shower room, while the family bathroom adjoins a large airing cupboard. The capacious loft could also be converted, subject to the necessary consents, to provide additional bedroom/office space.
The property also benefits from a double garage, with mezzanine storage, and parking for up to four cars.
The Heights is a popular location close to many amenities, including shops within walkable distance, a number of local primary and secondary schools and major road (A23 and A27) and rail links.
For over 20 years, we have enjoyed the best of both city and countryside living here. Stepping out immediately from our house onto the meadows of Green Ridge (an AONB) as well as the woods across the road has been a wonderful privilege for us (and our dog!) - while we are just a taxi or bus ride away from buzzy Brighton and its beaches. The newly opened wine shop and bar, 9 Vines, is just a five-minute stroll. A nearby Waitrose, cafes within easy reach, and lovely neighbours have made for great living in this welcoming residential area.