A lovely restful Victorian town house, built circa 1850, which opens to the sunshine on all three levels, with patio and roof terraces. This inviting house is a sociable space; with a large living area, and an extended eat in kitchen.
Guide Price £750,000 – £775,000
As you enter from the street you are welcomed with a hallway, which opens up to a great space where two ground floor rooms have become one, producing a light room with bow bay window, high ceilings, and fireplaces. The lounge fireplace has a wood burner giving a cosy room on those autumn/winter nights. The formal dining area has a very grand dark grey marble fireplace, and this area leads out to the extended kitchen, which is ideal for entertaining. The kitchen was extended in 2010 and is wonderfully light with a large skylight, under floor heating maintains warmth, and the cabinets are white high gloss with integrated appliances. The painted walls add a pop of colour, bi fold doors lead out to the first of your outside spaces, a pretty white courtyard, with a gate to a passageway which opens to the quiet cul de sac behind, so it is ideal for bike, or water sports equipment storage.
Back in the house stairs rise to the first floor, conveniently they provide a lot of storage underneath, and look striking painted white with dark grey carpet runner and wooden hand rail. At the top of the stairs is a wonderfully large family bathroom a spacious room with dual aspect windows, the jade green paint is set off with a gold wallpaper, all the bathroom fixtures are of a traditional style. Next door is bedroom four which would make a wonderful study if you worked from home, with French doors leading out to a second outside space. To the front of this first floor is the principal bedroom, another light space with large bow bay window and the luxury of an en-suite shower room with its pop of colour with the blue tiling, a sink and a walk-in shower cubicle with rain fall shower head.
As you head up to the second floor of this stylish house there are two further bedrooms both doubles and spacious, painted like the other bedrooms in restful pastels, the front bedroom having French doors to a small balcony. Off the hallway is a door to the largest roof terrace, a space to enjoy the sunshine and see the sea glistening in the distance through the roof tops of Kemp Town Village.
This freehold house is a great home or investment within walking distance of award-winning Brighton College, famous Georgian Lanes and County Hospital. The beach is 180 meters way with a walk through vibrant Kemp Town Village, with its high street of boutique shops and artisan cafes. The train station serving Gatwick and London is easy to reach on foot, by bus or cab. On a practical note our seller had overhauled the roof in 2020 and the front balcony was redone as well. Having lived happily in this stunning house for over 20 years the seller is now looking to downsize.
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