- 3 bedroom detached bungalow in cul de sac location
- En suite to master bedroom
- Spacious living areas
- Lovely conservatory
- Driveway & off road parking
- Double glazing
- EPC energy rating D (59)
Ground Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 2||14'5 x 9'4 (4.40m x 2.85m)|
|Bedroom 3||10'11 x 8'9 (3.33m x 2.67m)|
|Kitchen||10'6 x 9'9 (3.20m x 2.97m)|
|Lounge Area||15'11 x 12'5 (4.85m x 3.79m)|
|Dining Area||11'11 x 9'11 (3.63m x 3.02m)|
|Conservatory||13'1 x 8'2 (3.99m x 2.49m)|
|Bedroom 1||18'3 x 7'11 (5.57m x 2.41m)|
|En Suite Shower Room|
|Front & Rear Gardens|
|Driveway & Off Road Parking|
Map & area
Please note, the map markers may only show the centre of a postcode and not the actual address.
- Falmer 3.9 miles
- Preston Park 4.0 miles
- Southease 4.2 miles
Our local guide for Woodingdean
Searching for estate agents and letting agents in Woodingdean? Our local branch of Cubitt & West is on Warren Road opposite the Woodingdean Library.
In Woodingdean, our tried and tested marketing techniques will give you a big advantage when selling your property. To tap into as many buyers as possible, we promote your home to the widest audience. In addition to our own website, your property will be listed on Rightmove, Zoopla and PrimeLocation. Not just that, we also market on a further 25+ smaller websites, helping to double the exposure of your property.
Woodingdean is a growing village at the base of the South Downs that has expanded over the last 50 years. There is a diverse range of housing from small two bedroom properties to extremely large and extended five/six bedroom properties. It has a range of churches, shops, doctors surgeries, dentists and schools, all close within walking distance. There is a brand new medical centre, library and a community centre where various clubs, exercise classes and more are held.
Woodingdean's transport links are excellent. There is a bus service into Brighton including the station. The No. 2 and 22 both run every 20 minutes, the No. 2 running from Rottingdean right through Brighton to Shoreham and Steyning. The 52 runs once every two hours through Woodingdean, Ovingdean then out on the coast road to Brighton Marina. There is also a small local station nearby at Falmer.
There's lots more to read about making Woodingdean your home in our Living In guide here.