For sale

Ainsworth Close,
Ovingdean

Asking price £800,000

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With accommodation spread over two floors, this detached house in Ovingdean offers spacious and flexible living for a large family. The highlight of this property is its expansive rear garden with stunning views over the rolling hills and out to sea.

The Property

With accommodation spread over two floors, this detached home offers spacious and flexible living for a large family. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac in Ovingdean, it is well-positioned for access to good schools, local shops, and the beach, and is a short drive away from central Brighton.

Outside, the property is well-presented with a lawn and flowerbeds, and steps lead up to the grey front door. You enter into a welcoming entrance hall which has plenty of cupboard space for storage. There are two bedrooms at the rear of the property, one of which has deep built-in wardrobes, and both look out to the garden. The principal bedroom at the front of the home has stunning views of the sea. There's a family shower room and a separate WC.

At the front of the property overlooking the street is the carpeted living room with floral wallpaper and a stone fireplace. To the rear of the property is the open-plan kitchen/dining room. With plenty of windows bringing in light, the kitchen features herringbone flooring and wooden cupboards with ample storage space. The dining room overlooks the rear garden and provides the perfect space for spending quality time with the family.

On the first floor are two additional double bedrooms, both with modern en-suite shower rooms and Juliette balconies overlooking the rear garden.

The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped with easy-to-maintain tiers of paved patio and lawn. At the top of the garden, from the upper tier, are stunning far-reaching views of the rolling hills and out to sea.

There’s off-street parking on the driveway at the front of the property, and a good-sized garage.

This property is Freehold and the council tax band is E.

The Area

This property is tucked away within the charming village of Ovingdean, embraced by the South Downs National Park. It's a haven for those who adore nature, with an abundance of scenic trails nearby. Within walking distance, you'll find Beacon Hill Nature Reserve and Rottingdean Windmill, perfect for exploration. Additionally, the seafront and undercliff walk, leading through Brighton Marina and into Brighton itself, are easily accessible on foot, offering delightful strolls along the coast.
Local amenities include Wild Flour, an independent woodfired pizza takeaway, and a convenience store. The nearby village of Rottingdean (2 miles) is home to an array of independent boutiques, cafes, village pubs, and restaurants and can be reached on foot in under thirty minutes.

Schools

The property is ideally positioned for many popular and well-regarded schools catering to all ages, including; Ovingdean Nursery (0.4 miles), Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School (1 mile), St Margarets C of E Primary School (1 mile) Longhill High School (1 mile), Roedean School (2.8 miles) and Brighton College (3.6 miles).

Transport Links

Branching out from the village, this property is just a short drive along the coast from the exciting attractions of Brighton city centre (4.0 miles) and Brighton Marina (2.6 miles). There are regular bus services which run through the city and along the coast. It has easy access to the A23/A27 with links to the motorway network and Gatwick Airport.

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Property highlights

  • Located in Ovingdean - a highly sought-after area just outside of Brighton
  • Ground floor family shower room and separate WC
  • Situated on a quiet cul-de-sac
  • Open-plan kitchen/dining room
  • Detached home
  • Expansive rear garden with stunning views over the South Downs
  • Five double bedrooms
  • Driveway with off-street parking
  • Two en-suite shower rooms
  • Good-sized garage