---- Virtual Tour Available on Request ----- One of Eastbournes finest houses. An exceptional detached Edwardian town house with a beautiful landscaped garden. About 0.35 acre.
---- Virtual Tour Available on Request -----
14 Denton Road is a substantial and beautifully presented detached town house which has been sympathetically restored by the current owners with great flair and attention to detail. The house has been re-designed very much with modern family living in mind, and provides stunning accommodation of some 5,814 sq ft arranged over three floors, together with an extensive basement. Set within the front garden wall is a blue plaque by The Eastbourne Society noting that the eminent author Jeffery Farnol lived at the house.
From the imposing entrance porch an oak panelled front door leads into a large entrance vestibule with a tiled floor. Beyond the entrance vestibule is the welcoming entrance hall which provides an instant sense of light and space with a polished wood block floor, feature fireplace and stunning turned staircase. The drawing room is a lovely light room with an open fireplace and wide bay window. In addition, there is a generous study with a further wide bay window.
The 37'10" kitchen/dining room is a particular feature of the property and is fitted with an extensive range of beautifully crafted wooden fronted units and includes a central island incorporating a breakfast bar. A wide bay window gives a lovely aspect over the propertys stunning garden. To one end there is a large dining area with a central feature fireplace with a double-sided wood burning stove. Beyond the dining room is a comfortable and less formal sitting room/family room sharing the central feature fireplace/wood burning stove. A generous utility room and cloakroom complete the accommodation on the ground floor which is ideally arranged for formal and informal entertaining.
Arranged over the first floor is the principal suite comprising bedroom and bathroom, a library with a feature fireplace, bay window and extensive built-in book shelving, two further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a cloakroom. On the second floor there are four further bedrooms, three with ensuite bath/shower rooms and a further sitting room.
Located in the basement are two rooms currently used as a gym, a store room and boiler room. Other features of note within the house include stunning high ceilings, some lovely wooden floors, panelled doors, picture rails and high skirting boards.
This property has 0.35 acres of land.
The house is set back behind a mellow flint and brick wall through which wooden gates give access to the entrance drive providing parking for several cars, to one end of which are two garages.
To one side of the entrance drive and approached by a wooden pedestrian gate from the pavement is a beautifully planted and landscaped lawned front garden, across which a pretty tiled path leads through the garden and up to the front of the house.
The rear garden is stunning having been meticulously landscaped and planted with a wide variety of mature shrubs and trees, and sweeping expanses of lawn. To one side of the garden there is a wide paved seating area ideal for al fresco dining. In all about 0.35 acre.
14 Denton Road is situated in a highly sought after tree-lined road in the Meads 'village area' with its selection of shops for everyday needs and within easy reach of Eastbourne town centre. The Victorian seafront promenade with theatre complex, Towner Art Gallery and International Lawn Tennis Centre at Devonshire Park are close by.
The town has an excellent range of shopping, entertainment and sporting facilities, including three principal golf courses, one of the largest marinas in Europe and a David Lloyd Sports Centre. The historic county town of Lewes is about 16 miles to the west and the colourful city of Brighton & Hove is 28 miles distant. Eastbourne has a mainline train station with services to London (London Victoria in about 1 hour 30 mins) also to Brighton and Ashford International. There are channel ferries from Newhaven and international flights from Gatwick.
Eastbourne is close to some of the most beautiful and striking countryside in the United Kingdom. The iconic white cliffs of the Seven Sisters Country Park, Friston Forest and the newly formed South Downs National Park provide many miles of spectacular countryside and coastline for walking and recreation.
There are a number of excellent private and state schools in the area including Eastbourne College, St Andrews School and Bedes.
From Eastbourne Pier proceed along the seafront in a south westerly direction, passing The Cavendish Hotel on the right and the Lifeboat Museum on the left. Shortly after passing The Grand Hotel on the right, fork right into South Cliff. Continue along South Cliff and turn right into St. John's Road (immediately after passing South Cliff Avenue which is also on the right). Proceed along St. John's Road and at the junction with Meads Road, turn left into Meads Road which leads into Beachy Head Road, and then turn right into Denton Road where number 14 will be found on the left.Read all
- Five reception rooms
- Magnificent 37' kitchen/dining room
- Utility room
- Principal suite comprising bedroom and bathroom
- Three further bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
- Three further bedrooms
- Family shower room
- Basement currently arranged as a gym, store and boiler room
- Two garages & off street parking
- Stunning mature garden - about 0.35 acre
- Map & Street View
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