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The Property: Entering the property, you are presented with a double iron gated cobbled driveway providing security and seclusion. Split over three floors, this property has been lovingly restored and brought back to life from the ground up. With original detail right down to the door handles, each floor is packed full of character and finished to an extremely high standard. Ground Floor: The main entrance into the property leads through to the main feature living quarters, as well as down into the lower ground floor, which is a self-contained one-bedroom flat in its own right. The property also boasts a separate entrance into the east wing of the property, which can be sectioned off to allow private access to a bedroom, bathroom and separate shower room. To the right of the property sits a separate outhouse & laundry room, also finished to a high standard. Walking through the main entrance and hallway, the property provides access off the central staircase to the kitchen reception room, study and further bedroom. The main living space is beautiful, with a high spec integrated open plan kitchen, leading through into the main reception room and double doors flowing out onto the rear patio. There is also planning permission for a further patio area. The main living space leads into one of the large bedrooms, shower room and en-suite, which can be closed off, with private side access through a gate and private pathway. The main hallway leads into the main reception room and into a separate study and additional bedroom.
Lower Ground Floor: This part of the property has its own doorway off the main entrance hall, giving the option of private access. Walking down the staircase, you have a high spec open plan kitchen diner, leading into a double bedroom and bathroom. First Floor: Features three further bedrooms, each en-suite and an open plan kitchen/diner/reception room has everything you might need on one floor. There is also planning permission to build a balcony out over the tiered garden, providing the potential for further stunning views out to the English Channel. Garden: The garden is elevated and tiers down in a number of sections, all of which provide stunning yet slightly different views down through the valley between the East and West Hills of Hastings and out to the English Channel. To the side of the property is a lovely detached laundry room or workshop with a feature skylight. Location: Situated in one of the most popular areas of Hastings, Godwin Road was approved for development in 1871 after the purchase of land previously owned by a prominent local MP. Only a 15 walk down Old London Road and you are in the heart of the Old Town, packed full of quirky shops, great seaside town pubs, an independent cinema, and the wonderful Hastings Contemporary Art Gallery and Stade theatre. Ore and in turn Hastings train stations are close by with direct links to Charing Cross, Cannon Street, Victoria, and Brighton.
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