Redesigned seafront property dating back to the 1920s

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A VERY well-presented Georgian-influenced detached home is available close to the Downs, Meads Village and the Seafront.

The impressive property in Edensor Road is on the market for £715,000 freehold and was built in the 1920s.

It provides well-proportioned and spacious accommodation presented in excellent order throughout.

Blenhaven underwent a significant redesign in 2004 with a completely new roof creating a generous bedroom and dressing room.

However many original features still exist with solid oak doors and oak joinery, refurbished sash windows and decorative ceiling cornices.

The accommodation on the ground floor comprises: a drawing room opening into a morning room and double glazed conservatory having an aspect over the mature terraced gardens.

Further ground floor accommodation includes a dining room, a cloakroom/WC and a generous sized kitchen/breakfast room with a utility room.

The first floor offers a master bedroom with a dressing room/study, which could provide temporary accommodation as a fifth bedroom, which in turn leads into the well-appointed en suite bathroom.

On this level there are two further double bedrooms and two further bathrooms.

Gas fired central heating is installed and there are mature gardens to the front and rear arranged on terraced levels, enjoying a roofscape view towards the Downs.

There is a driveway providing off-road parking leading to the garage.

To arrange a viewing call Emslie & Tarrant on 727527 or email info@emslietarrant.co.uk.