House Area: 140 m²
Land Area: 693 m²
Year Built: 1970's
Estate: Fee Simple CT: WN354/215 Area(more or less): 693 Square Metre PT Section 37 and 39 Harbour District
Sunday 24 September: 1:30pm - 2:00pm
The house at Windy Point, Eastbourne is an unspoilt Athfield original. Known as the castle, or Logan house (and many other names), this iconic property offers accommodation over 7 levels, currently configured as 3 bed, 3 living areas, with each room owning a different view of the harbour. Straight across the road from the beach, it is a well-known architectural landmark and is a beloved treasure in Eastbourne and Wellington. An early Ian Athfield design - many of his hallmarks are evident: rounded walls, slit windows, tile flooring, floor to ceiling glass. Built with 16,000 reclaimed bricks over a steel and concrete structure in the 1970s - it's a masterpiece. The twin round towers house stairs, pantry and toilets - the curved walls are superb. Living spaces are flexible: each has its own character. It enjoys off street parking and an outdoor deck on the first level which is bathed in sun. This house has a prime location for the beach, village and ferry: I have no doubt the next owner will inherit the passion with which the current, and past, owners of this home have cherished it. Currently operating as a successful B&B - further details are available upon request.