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Available on Shared Ownership 2
Ovingdean Road, Ovingdean, Brighton BN2 7AA
Stonewater has four 2 bedroom and four 3 bedroom homes available for shared ownership at this desirable development on Ovingdean Road. These traditionally built homes come with allocated off-road parking, ready turfed rear gardens and inside feature a useful downstairs WC. The houses, built by Brookworth Homes, benefit from a low carbon heating system in the form of an air source heat pump, offering potential cost savings and increased energy efficiency as well as being more environmentally sustainable than a conventional gas boiler.
Ovingdean is a coastal village in the South Downs, east of Brighton and neighbouring picturesque Rottingdean. The historic village has a conservation area which is home to the eleventh-Century St Wulfran’s Church, Ovingdean Grange, a Grade II-listed manor house, and Ovingdean Hall, a late 18th Century country house which was formerly a school. Ovingdean Village Store and Post office is located on nearby Longhill Road; Rottingdean High Street offers a wider variety of shops and places to eat.
Rottingdean boasts a pretty duck pond and a variety of quaint cottages as well as the impressive manicured gardens to the house where Rudyard Kipling once lived. There is also the iconic Rottingdean Windmill at the top of Beacon Hill, which leads on to the Beacon Hill Nature Reserve. Both Rottingdean and Ovingdean have beaches and Ovingdean Café on the undercliff walk, just a mile walk from Brighton Marina, is open every day for snacks and drinks.
Ovingdean is a thriving community and the village hall is used for private functions, regular fitness classes and various clubs as well as societies including the Women’s Institute, and the local Parents and Toddlers Group. Other activities include ballroom dancing, short mat bowls, a gardening club, and Ovingdean Arts Club. Local schools in the area include Ovingdean Nursery, St Margaret’s CofE Primary School, Saltdean Primary School, Longhill High School and Brighton College.
Commuting to the city of Brighton and Hove by bus or car is straightforward, with the A259 coast road providing links west to Brighton and east to Seaford, Newhaven, Eastbourne and beyond. A short drive to Brighton’s mainline station and London is an hour away by train. For travel further afield, Gatwick Airport is approximately a 40 minutes’ drive away.
Ovingdean beach 1.3 miles
Rottingdean 1.3 miles
Brighton Marina 2.5 miles
Brighton City Centre 4.8 miles
Brighton Railway Station 5.1 miles
Newhaven 6.5 miles
Eastbourne 19.5 miles
Gatwick Airport 30.8 miles
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