The house is a two-storey 1980s house built in the traditional East Sussex style
of half black clapboard and half brick. It is situated in the small hamlet of Pett
Level and is one of only twenty houses on the beach; all the houses are different
styles and sizes.
The house has been comfortably furnished as a home for the owners. It is an upside
down house - there is a large living room upstairs – which includes kitchen and dining
room with a terrace overlooking the sea. It easily sleeps eight people; it has two
double rooms, two twin-bedded rooms and one bathroom and one shower room. It is centrally
The house is situated in the most fantastic position – stunning sea views in one
direction, the end of the South Downs the other – over which you get some amazing
sunsets. The garden leads straight onto the beach.