A charming detached mid century bungalow, totalling over 1,300 sq ft this large and much-loved property is well presented throughout and offers an enviable position being only a short walk from the seafront.
The house is set back from Youell Avenue, sheltered behind a brick wall and hedging which screens the driveway and property beyond.
An entrance porch leads into a grand reception hallway from which all of the accommodation can be accessed. The modern U-shaped kitchen offers fitted cabinetry with integrated pulls, contrasting dark worktop surfaces, a cooker point, and ceramic sink with drainage board. The pantry cupboard leads off the kitchen, it provides ample storage and houses the updated gas combination boiler. A large sunroom is positioned just beyond the kitchen. Here full-height south facing glazing overlooks the beautiful rear garden, and large glazed doors leading directly to the patio.
A charming bay fronted living room sits at the front of the plan, bathed in natural light from the west facing window. A gas fireplace with stone heath provides a clear focal point for the room.
The house has three double bedrooms. The main bedroom has a charming bay window which fills it with afternoon light. The family shower room is at the end of the hallway, it has recently undergone refurbishment and offers contemporary fixtures and fittings.
There is plenty of storage throughout the house with a spacious accessible storage loft and two linen cupboards.
The house is set within beautiful gardens, with mature shrubs and established lawn. The southwest-facing patio is perfect for al fresco dining or ideal for evening drinks. Plenty of garden storage is available, in either the timber shed or garage.
Youell Avenue has an idyllic setting, the towns sandy Edwardian Beach is on the doorstep, along with the traditional seaside gardens, pier, and model boat pond. It also has a theatre opposite the pier called the Pavilion. The main shopping centre is on High Street. It has its own golf club.
The cafes, and neighbourhood stores of Bells Road are all within a short walk, where you will also find Margot's Lounge a coffee shop which serves a wonderful weekend Brunch.
There are many good schools nearby, including the Ofsted-rated 'Outstanding' Ormiston Venture Academy as well as Cliff Park, and Lynn Grove.
Council Tax Band: C (£1,709)
Energy Rating: D 60
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Larkes have not tested any services, appliances or specific fittings - prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor.