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Watch the sun rise over the sea from the “perfect” family home

This beautiful family home has direct access to a private beach

This beautiful family home has direct access to a private beach

LOOKING for the perfect family home?

Picture watching the sun rise over the sea, long days on your own beach, and friends and family enjoying outdoor parties before retiring inside to a spacious family home with plenty of bedroom accommodation.

Reid and Dean has the pleasure of offering such a home, located on the beach at Pevensey Bay.

Paul Wilton, from Reid and Dean, said, “This house is a real treasure.

“This is the first time it has come to the market for more than 50 years, and it is the sort of home that the new owners will want to keep for a long time too!”

Gay Dolphins has been built and developed for seaside living. Nearly all the rooms have sea views and double or triple aspects.

One bedroom has a private balcony and three share another balcony. The ground floor has a spacious and imposing hallway leading to a 23’ living room with a bay window which is nearly full width, a sun-room conservatory, an impressive beamed dining room and a bespoke 1950s retro kitchen/diner.

Outside, the property has two small secluded courtyard gardens, a front garden with fish pond and then extends to an extensive area of beach which is largely kept as a wild planted garden, ideal for picnics and entertaining. There is even a boat winch – perfect for watersport enthusiasts.

“In these days when quality of life is all important, you couldn’t ask for more.”

“Clean sea air, plenty of open space, a well supported nearby village fulfilling all your daily needs and good proximity to the larger shops and entertainments at Sovereign Harbour mean that this house has everything.”

Gay Dolphins is for sale at £740,000.

For more details or to arrange a viewing, call Paul on 01323 412550 or visit www.reiddean.com.

The house is being sold chain-free, so there will be plenty of time to enjoy the rest of the summer!

 

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