Denton Homes

Smock Mill Place, Rottingdean

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Location

 

Specifications

Kitchen

  • Custom built luxury kitchens with a choice of doors, composite stone worktop and upstand* and glass splashback to hob
  • Stainless steel integrated eye level electric multi-function oven, combination microwave oven, 5-ring gas hob
  • Integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer,
  • Undermount 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and mixer tap
  • Worktop level power points
  • Under kitchen unit lighting
  • Multi gang switch for appliances

Quality Bathrooms

  • Contemporary white bathroom suites with chrome taps
  • Contemporary vanity basins to Family and en-suite bathrooms
  • Chrome heated towel rails (except ground oor cloakroom)
  • Thermostatically controlled showers
  • Mirrors to selected areas
  • All bathrooms tiled to selected areas
  • Shaver point in master bathrooms and en-suites

Energy conservation & space heating

  • Gas red central heating with under floor heating to ground floor and radiators to upper floors
  • Multi zone thermostat control
  • High performance uPVC double glazed doors and windows

Communications

  • Master telecom socket to hall area/cupboard
  • TV/FM/Data points (CAT6) to all habitable rooms
  • Aerial installed and wired for Sky dish (dish provided by customer)
  • Telephone points to living room and master bedroom
  • TV Points to all habitable rooms

Doors & Internal Joinery

  • Modern Oak veneered internal doors
  • Contemporary chrome door furniture
  • White painted moulded skirtings and architraves

Electrical & lighting

  • Brushed steel finish to switches, white elsewhere
  • Low energy down lighters to hallways, kitchens and bathrooms
  • Pendant light fittings to living rooms and bedrooms
  • Extractor fans to master bathroom, en-suites, kitchens and utility rooms

Finishing touches

  • Carpet* to Lounge, Bedrooms, first floor landing and staircase
  • Tiled flooring to Kitchen, Dining/Family area(plot 9), Hall, Cloakroom and Bathrooms*
  • Patio doors to access rear garden
  • Matt emulsion to walls and ceilings in a selection of colours*
  • Quality timber staircase with Oak handrail, newel and painted spindles
  • Fitted wardrobe to selected bedrooms*
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External

  • Landscaped front and turfed rear gardens with close-board timber fencing to rear gardens
  • Parking spaces located as shown on site plan
  • Patio to rear garden
  • External lighting to front and rear
  • Outside tap and electric socket
  • Garage electronically operated up and over door with remote control (Plots 8 and 9 only)

Security & peace of mind

  • 10 Year Cover under NHBC Buildmark Warranty
  • Mains fed smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
  • Security locking to all external doors
  • Windows tted with security locks except for escape windows • Security alarm system installed
  • Front door bell

Services

  • Electricity, mains water, gas and sewerage all connected

* Denotes customer can choose from a selected range, subject to stage of construction. Note any colour choice is limited to the same throughout the house

 

Introduction

Rottingdean village

Rottingdean village is nestled at the foot of the beautiful South Downs National Park and is a charming and friendly village centered around
a picturesque pond and village green. With a well-informed and active local population, this is no sleepy backwater but is home to a myriad of societies, clubs and social groups, and is liberally sprinkled with quaint, characterful and award- winning pubs, restaurants, local produce shops, and independent retailers. There is an annual fete, a popular spring music festival, and a summer season of open air music concerts held on the newly refurbished seafront terraces. In the nineteenth century the village became popular among artists, writers and politicians, with Rudyard Kipling being just one famous former resident, and it retains its literary and artistic ambiance.

The landmark black ‘Smock’ windmill sits on Beacon Hill nearby and mile upon mile of spectacular, rolling countryside provides the picture-perfect backdrop. Beneath the chalk cliffs runs a promenade that will take you as far as the Marina and is popular with walkers and cyclists alike.

Brighton and its Marina

The buzz and bright lights of both Brighton Marina and the cosmopolitan City of Brighton and Hove are only moments up the coast to the west with an eclectic mix of quirky independent shops, hidden lanes and an historic promenade to a multitude

of world-class restaurants, theatres, music venues, shopping and leisure facilities. The annual Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe are internationally renowned featuring a vast array of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, lm, literature, debate, outdoor and family events.

Getting around

Coastal bus routes provide frequent services along the seafront and to all areas of the locality and for rail travellers, the City’s mainline station provides excellent services to London in less than one hour with destinations to London Victoria, London Bridge and St Pancras International stations. The A27 at Falmer is approximately ve miles away, giving fast access both east and west, and north to the A23/M23 and the national motorway network beyond.

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