Living room: With electric wood burner, 40" Smart TV, DVD player and sound bar.
Kitchen/dining room: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer and DAB radio.
Steep, narrow stairs to...
Bedroom: With kingsize bed, DAB radio and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet (also accessed from dressing room).
Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Doggy extras. Enclosed courtyard with garden furniture. On road parking. No smoking.
This terraced seaside cottage dates back to 1850, and boasts a beautiful interior, in the style of the Arts and Crafts movement typical of the time, which was inspired and led by William Morris in the late 19th-century. The well-equipped kitchen/dining room is bespoke and is made up of oak units. The lovely living room boasts a large smart TV and a warming electric wood burner.
The property is situated in the village of St Leonards-on-Sea, close to the fishing town of Hastings, which enjoys 3 miles of award-winning shingle beach, and plenty of footpaths for walking and cycling. The coastal cycle path which runs from Hastings to Bexhill On Sea is just 400 yards from the property. There is a plethora of independent shops, a cinema, cafés, pubs and restaurants within walking distance as well as a train station with direct trains to London Charing Cross. The medieval town of Hastings with its historic beach backed by grand whitewashed Edwardian buildings and fine Victorian pier (awarded ’Pier of the Year’ in 2017) is just a mile away. Here you can also visit a number of independent galleries including Hastings Contemporary which is situated right by the beach. For children, and those young at heart, the worlds largest underground skate park is located beneath the seafront promenade in Hastings. ’The Source’ includes a mixture of transition and street features and has open sessions, coaching and even film screenings at certain times of the year. At Bexhill On Sea, 6 miles you can visit ’De La Warr Pavilion’, or ’the people’s pavilion’, a pioneering centre for arts and culture with many different exhibitions throughout the year. The market town of Battle offers delightful tea rooms, or walk across the iconic battlefield, where you can learn about the history that took place there. This area is a hub of activity for those involved with, or just interested in the creative arts, a great base for a holiday in any season. Beach 400 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant 250 yards.