The Cobbles has been tastefully furnished and re-decorated in Summer 2016. It is a light and bright house facing South with a delightful paved garden and a seating area.
The downstairs is inspired by the work of East Sussex artists such as Eric Slater and Ravillious. The wallpaper emulates the lino-cut designs you so often see in East Sussex galleries and works well with the character of the place. The room is triple aspect and open plan with a door to the garden. There is a beautiful handmade and painted kitchen with ceramic sink and drainer, cooker, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher. Table and chairs for dining and a lounge area with a wood burner stove and TV.
Upstairs is a 'William Morris' inspired double aspect bedroom with oak beams, original floorboards and feature 'wood wall'. Bedside tables, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe complete it.
The bathroom has bath/shower facilities and more original floorboards, a loo, sink and large mirror.
We have Jim Lawrence lighting throughout the property and original artwork.
The location is perfect for just about anywhere you might want to go in Eastbourne! Everything is a short stroll away. You could arrive by train and go everywhere on foot. The Cobbles is in a quiet road on the edge of 'Little Chelsea', which is an area of Eastbourne that is all Georgian/Victorian and full of independent shops from antiques, to bookshops, to homeware - it also has one-off cafe's, restaurants and pubs. The Victorian railway station also has the 'Enterprise Centre' which gives retailers just setting out a chance to test the market with their wares. A really historic and interesting part of Eastbourne. From The Cobbles is a short walk along College Road to The Towner Art Gallery and the sea. The Town is also a short walk away with plenty of shops, eatery's and an indoor shopping centre.
The foot of The Downs for walks and a stunning view of the whole of Eastbourne is along the promenade. The South Downs Way takes you into Alfriston, to the Long Man of Wilmington and through the Friston Forest to Cuckmere Haven and along the Seven Sisters.
Sovereign Harbour can be reached by the 'Dotto Train' from Easter through to Summer and has several bars, cafe's and restaurants as well as a cinema.
The Cobbles really is a gem.