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£875,000 offers in excess of

4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Crescent Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2

£875,000 offers in excess of

4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Crescent Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2

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Property features

  • BN2
  • restful regency
  • 1981 sq.ft.
  • kemp town village
  • west facing balcony, east facing roof terrace & patio garden
  • parking permit zone h

Property description

Just a stone’s throw from the beach this light filled, four bedroom Regency house is a rare find. Grade II listed the west balcony looks down to the sea, there’s a sunny roof terrace privately tucked away and even a walled garden to enjoy. Sensitively brought into the 21st Century, this stylish home is in the sought after Kemptown Village within walking distance of good schools, the hospital and law courts - and as the cultural heart of the city and harbourside restaurants of the Marina are easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab, this home will appeal to families, weekenders and investors.

why you’ll like it

Inviting inside and out, this Regency house is far bigger than it looks and has an east west orientation which keeps it bright all day. All of the rooms are comfortable and the different floors offer subtle privacy -ideal for professional couples as well as families.

the ground floor

Light flows through a welcoming hallway and into the heart of this home- a spacious, understated kitchen diner with windows at each end and where guests can admire the sea through the quintessential Regency front bow. The kitchen’s safely tucked into its own space, so although sociable it doesn’t dominate the whole room, and it’s ready for use with a fabulous range cooker and classic units with wood surfaces.

Simple, stylish and convenient, the guest bedroom’s also on this floor, lined with windows and has plenty of fitted storage.

the first floor

The roof terrace is a sun trap on Brighton’s sunshine coast and central to the house, it’s an ideal spot to put your feet up and unwind – or let your hair down with friends after a busy week in the city.

Gracefully impressive, the reception has an archetypal Georgian window curved to catch the light which almost fills the west wall of this beautifully proportioned room. Opening to a covered balcony, this room’s designed for all seasons as light and airy during summer, in winter it transforms into a welcoming haven when you light the open fire within the period fireplace. Central double doors reveal a tranquil library for quiet contemplation, but this extra space also makes this floor party perfect. At the front of the house, you can bathe in glory in a bathroom which embraces the age of the building but which has contemporary tweaks, like the downlit arch and floating storage.

the second floor

The peaceful master bedroom has an oriel window with sea views, and it’s more private than most as it’s not directly overlooked. Next door, the study above the first floor bathroom has provided comfortable opportunity for learning, but now the children have grown up it also raises interesting questions about en suites. Calm and quiet, the third double bedroom at the back is a lovely refuge at the end of the day.

the garden and lower floor/annexe

Built in an age reliant on natural light, the lower floor has plenty of it! A studio/garden room has French doors out to a secluded walled garden and there’s a contemporary shower room, serene fourth bedroom and plumbed utility which could become a kitchen if you wanted to explore the possibility of an annexe, subject to the usual consents.

the lifestyle

With the sea at one end of the lane, Kemptown Village is at the other with a relaxed atmosphere and independent cafés, restaurants and shops which include a butcher, deli, bookstore and grocers as well as a chemist and post office. The cinemas, health club and harbourside restaurants of the Marina are within walking distance and the bustling central district and cultural heart of the city are easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab. Near to good schools including St Luke’s and award winning Brighton College, Queen’s Park with tennis courts, a playground and cafe is close by. Ideal for professionals, Kemptown hosts law courts, the hospital and art and music colleges and for those who need to commute, the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick (30mins) and London (55mins) is about 15 by bus. If you need a car, H zone has no waiting list and access to the A23/27 is swift.

agent's thoughts

Offering the best of both worlds, this unique home offers sophisticated city living with the seafront within a stroll.

what the owner says

“The house has been a loved family home, easily responding to our differing needs as we grew and remains a natural meeting place for friends as we can walk into the village or the city.”

what’s around you

Shops: Local 1 minute, The Lanes 5-10 by bus

Train Station: Brighton mainline about 15 minutes by bus

Seafront or Park: The seafront’s a 2 minute stroll and Queen’s Park is under 10 minutes

closest schools

Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park

Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer

Private: Brighton College, Brighton Steiner, Brighton and Hove High

With the sea at one end of the lane, Kemptown Village is at the other with a relaxed atmosphere and independent cafés, restaurants and shops which include a butcher, deli, bookstore and grocers as well as a chemist and post office. The cinemas, health club and harbourside restaurants of the Marina are within walking distance and the bustling central district and cultural heart of the city are easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab. Near to good schools including St Luke’s and award winning Brighton College, Queen’s Park with tennis courts, a playground and cafe is close by. Ideal for professionals, Kemptown hosts law courts, the hospital and art and music colleges and for those who need to commute, the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick (30mins) and London (55mins) is about 15 by bus. If you need a car, H zone has no waiting list and access to the A23/27 is swift.

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