Unique family home on private estate

Tree Tops is a unique property arranged over two floors with far reaching views of the countryside, yet still situated close to the beach.

Thursday, 22nd August 2013, 9:44 am

This beautifully presented substantial family home on the exclusive private sea estate of Kingston Gorse, set in private grounds of approximately three quarters of an acre.

The property is approached via a carriage driveway with parking for several vehicles leading to the integral double garage.

The entrance porch leads to the entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the ground floor cloakroom, ground floor bedroom with en suite, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and sitting room.

Additional reception rooms including a study with access to gardens, large family room with dual aspect and glazed vaulted ceiling leading to the gardens, games room, gym leading to the sauna, large dining room with double doors to secluded courtyard.

From the first floor you are torn as to whether to take in views from the galleried library area or enjoy the spectacular views of the garden and the adjoining fields from the observation gallery. To the first floor there are five good sized bedrooms, three of which enjoy en suite facilities and an additional family bathroom.

The gardens are arranged on three sides with a good sized heated swimming pool, sunken rainwater reservoir and well-kept lawns, and all enjoy views over adjoining fields.

The Kingston Gorse private estate is considered to be one of the most favoured residential areas on the Sussex Coast, approached by a one and half mile country lane from the village of East Preston, with gated access having weekend security to maintain the high level of privacy the residents demand.

East Preston is a thriving coastal village with local shopping and numerous activities, a strong community spirit and annual Festival Week. More extensive shopping can be found at Rustington which is just a couple of miles distant and very good primary and secondary schools are in the vicinity.

Further shopping can be found at Brighton to the East and Chichester to the West, both having a range of interesting shops and wonderful entertainment venues such as Chichester Festival Theatre, The Royal Theatre at Brighton and The Brighton Centre.

Transport in the area is served by nearby Angmering Station giving direct access to London Victoria and Gatwick and the 700 bus service in particular with a regular service which runs along the coast from Brighton to Portsmouth. Leisure pursuits include sailing, wind and kite-surfing and the village also has its own Tennis and Bowling Clubs. There are numerous Golf Clubs in the area and horseracing at both Fontwell and Goodwood.

Price £1,295,000 Freehold.

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Graham Butt Estate Agents, 47 Sea Road, East Preston, West Sussex, BN16 1JN. Telephone 01903 856400 or email: [email protected]