Oakley New Homes are delighted to be able to offer to the market five four double bedroom new family homes in Upper Beeding.
The properties will be launched to the market from £435,000.
Upper Beeding is located at the northern end of the River Adur gap in the South Downs and is situated four miles north of Shoreham.
The nearby villages of Bramber and Steyning sit on opposite banks of the river.
The South Downs Way is easily accessible from the village and is very popular with walkers, cyclists and equestrian.
The village is a pleasant place to spend time with beautiful old buildings, places to eat and drink and with the village of Steyning close by and the town of Shoreham, Upper Beeding is surrounded by a good mixture of local and independent shops.
These five houses are situated towards the top end of Pound Lane, with stunning views out on the South Downs and are on the edge of a bridal path that offers plenty of places to walk.
The homes are very spacious, light and offer fantastic family living accommodation.
Helen Oakley, partner at Oakley New Homes, commented: “The ground floor living accommodation offers excellent space.
“On entering the houses you are presented with a large hallway and downstairs cloakroom.
“This then leads through to the open plan kitchen and dining space with bi- fold doors opening onto the decked and lawned gardens.
“Families will really enjoy this space as the garden also has a large brick wall at the end which offers great privacy and security for young children in the garden.”
There is also a sitting room at the front of the houses with double doors leading through into the dining room.
These doors can be closed off to create a quiet and relaxing area or to keep them open to obtain a large through living space.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms, family bathroom and en suites.
Helen Oakley continued: “The layout of this first floor is perfect. There is a nice landing space where all the bedrooms lead off from and having the four bedrooms, all of which are a great size offering excellent versatility.
“Whether they are used for a study, hobby room, nursery, dressing room or simply just bedrooms they can offer you that choice.”
Oakley New Homes will be holding their first day of viewings on Saturday, November 8, from 11am – 2pm.
To view these homes please call Helen Oakley on 01273 487444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to organise a viewing.