Rottingdean


An historic village lying within the busy Brighton district, picturesque Rottingdean lies just off the busy tourist trail, and boasts its own pretty beach which can also be accessed along the undercliff path from Brighton, popular with cyclists and walkers. With a good selection of local businesses, pubs, restaurants, tearooms, shops and galleries, the local community is thriving. Your encounters here are likely to be friendly and rewarding with a number of societies welcoming new members as well as educational classes and other courses available at the local Whiteway Centre.

History

Historical connections to Smugglers and Rudyard Kipling. A small picture-perfect village that was mentioned in the Doomsday book. Rottingdean became popular in the nineteenth century amongst artists, writers and politicians.

Area

Rottingdean has a mix of properties ranging from flats, modern apartments, small fisherman cottages, historical houses and right through to premier luxury family houses.

Getting there

Ideally situated approximately six miles from Brighton and Hove City centre.  It is also with easy reach of Brighton & Hove Albion’s new Amex Stadium, Virgin Leisure centre and Sussex University at Falmer. Newhaven ferry terminal, which is around ten minutes away by car, gives access across the English Channel to Europe.

 


 

 

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