St Just is an outstanding four bedroom, three reception room Grade II Listed period house believed to date back to around the 1820's and notably is the house which was used as the residence of Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle in the television series Foyles War. The property has remained in the same family for over 100 years and retains extensive character and charm as well as being situated within Hastings historic Old Town and a short walk from the various independent shops and restaurants, the sea front as well as being close to Hastings town centre with its shopping & leisure facilities and mainline railway station connecting to London.
The property provides accommodation arranged over four floors to include a circular living room and dining room, each with feature fireplaces and incorporating curved internal doors to the rooms. There is also an adjoining drawing room at entrance hall level and a 14'0 x 10'5 fitted kitchen/breakfast room at garden level. There is a master bedroom with ornate balconies, three further bedrooms to the first and second floor as well as 14'6 x 11'0 family bath/shower room, a small dressing room and a separate shower room to the first floor. In addition there is a small enclosed rear courtyard with raised sun terrace and further features include original central staircase, original window shutters with sash cord windows, open fireplaces and a view from the second floor over the Old Town towards the English Channel.
Viewing is considered essential and strictly by appointment with sole agents, Just Property.