Rustington home on a private estate close to the seafront with a swimming pool

This delightful four bedroom detached house is situated on a private sea estate Rustington.

Friday, 5th October 2018, 10:56 am
Updated Saturday, 6th October 2018, 4:34 am
Four bedroom home in Rustington on the market with Cooper Adams

The property, in The Roundway, benefits from a swimming pool and is only just over 400 metres from the seafront.

Entering into the property you are greeted with a generous hallway which has doors leading to, the kitchen, sitting room, bedroom four, shower room and double garage.

There is also a conservatory/dining room which is located off of the kitchen and a study which can be accessed via bedroom four.

Four bedroom home in Rustington on the market with Cooper Adams

On the first floor you have three further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a Jack and Jill bathroom which leads to the master bedroom.

From the master bedroom you can access the balcony.

Outside, to the front you have a carriage driveway, shrub and tree beds and access to the double garage.

There is a stunning verandah which is great to enjoy a morning coffee and watch the world go by.

Four bedroom home in Rustington on the market with Cooper Adams

The rear garden has lawn sections, a hardstanding seating area, a patio area and a swimming pool.

The garden wraps round the house and is 125ft wide at its widest point.

Rustington village is just over half a mile away while Angmering railway station is just over a mile away.

Guide Price £800,000.

Four bedroom home in Rustington on the market with Cooper Adams

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Cooper Adams Estate Agents, 7 Broadmark Parade, Broadmark Lane, Rustington, BN16 2NE. Telephone 01903 680768 or email: [email protected]

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