Last remaining, three bedroom, New England styled, beach house, located in sought after Winchelsea Beach.
Currently under construction, this boutique development consists of 4 new houses that have been designed with the requisite wooden cladding, picket fence and front porch that is often associated with beach side properties.
The last remaining unit is the third property closest to the sea, with the added bonus of two additional windows on the ground floor.
Arranged over 3 floors the property benefits from 3 bedrooms, 2 en-suite, separate study and downstairs cloakroom. There are two reception rooms, the first being on the ground floor whilst the second is situated on the lower ground floor with Bi-folding doors out onto the large back garden. On this level there is a generous utility/ store room and additional shower room, perfect for when you have just come in from the beach.
With views over the green, the large Kitchen/Dining room is fitted with the latest appliances and serves as the perfect space for a family to convene.
Winchelsea is part of a Nature Reserve which lies within a large triangle of land extending south from Rye, and has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Many rare and endangered plants and animals can be found there, offering additional interest to the area aside from the shore line. That said, activities often frequented on the beach include: canoeing, jet-skiing, windsurfing and sailing.
Local to the area is the Times voted top 10 Butcher, Jamie Wickens who can be found at the Ship, along with their food hall offering baked bread from the Lighthouse Bakery and other local produce. Alternatively, it’s a great place for a Sunday roast or drink.
Winchelsea Beach along with Camber Sands are considered to be the closest beaches to London and both are positioned approximately 3.6 miles from historic Rye and 10 miles from Hastings. To drive, from North London, you can be there in under 2 hours making it not only commutable but a great weekend retreat.
Nearby Rye houses a boutique cinema, some wonderful gastropubs, independent shops and wine bars. There are also various festivals each year these include the Jazz, Scallop or Art trail to name a few. Otherwise there is the Historic Lamb House which provides many a theatrical night.
There is a train station in Winchelsea which will take you to Brighton, Hastings or Ashford International. The much talked about fast train from Rye to London is also promising to enable commuters to access London in an hour in the next few years.