- Stunning Roof Terrace Views
- Period Cottage In Heart of Old Town
- Off Road Parking
- Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
- Garden To Rear
- Extended Kitchen
Rare to the open market and with stunning views is this wonderful Fisherman's cottage set in on one of the most sought-after locations in Hastings Historic Old Town.
This gem is tucked away up a private twitten sharing the terrace with the Famous ‘Piece Of Cheese Cottage’ in a truly peaceful setting. Entering this circa 1900s Fisherman Cottage you are greeted with a cosy front sitting room ideal for spending quiet nights in front of the Log Burner. Leading to the rear of the property is a lovely extended fitted kitchen with reclaimed fishing boat flooring, equipped with Smeg appliances and door leading to the rear garden. Downstairs you will also find a contemporary fitted wet room.
The character and charm continue upstairs in the spacious Master Bedroom with a wonderful wardrobe area, Contemporary En-Suite shower room, stunning reclaimed wood flooring and a grand freestanding bath adding the finishing touch. From this bedroom is a staircase leading to the secret roof terrace where time stand still whilst you take in the incredible views across the Old Town, Harbour and out to sea. The second bedroom shares the first floor positioned at the front of the house with views of West Hill.
A turning staircase takes you from the landing into the loft room above with Sky light providing views to the sea and eave storage on both sides.
The rear garden provides a wonderful entertaining space with a patio area next to the outside Spa-Pool. Two large storage units and at the end of the garden there is a private parking spot for the cottage, priceless to the Old Town.
The Old Town is a unique place with artist open houses running throughout Hastings in the spring months along with summer fairs and street parties. Looking for an evening out? Old Town and St Leonards have great local pubs serving good food (try The Crown, Dragon Bar, Wine Shed, St Clements, St Leonard and Half Man Half Burger). Excellent local shops including Penbuckles and Judges serve the best coffee and scrumptious food. Hastings station is close with a direct link to Charing Cross, Kings Cross International and Brighton accessible within 1h:30 mins perfect for commuters.
Hastings has the largest fishing fleet in Europe that is launched from a beach, which is known as the Stade. The Castle built by William the Conqueror but now in ruins is at the top of West Hill and offers wonderful views of the area and Channel. The steepest funicular railway in Britain takes passengers from the Old Town up to the Castle.
Seven years after opening on the Hastings seafront, Jerwood Gallery will relaunch in the Summer 2019 as Hastings Contemporary - a new, independent, modern and contemporary art gallery for the South East.
There are many other attractions in Hastings and St Leonards On Sea, both architectural and cultural. The fantastic Hastings pier (recently awarded pier of the year) hosts numerous live gigs and shows and is a wonderful place to visit. The town hosts several events throughout the year, which include the Hastings Half Marathon, the Jack in the Green Festival, Hastings Beer Festival, Coastal Currents and the Old Town Carnival.