- Tenure: Freehold
- Four bedroom coastal home
- 1478 sq.ft.
- South facing garden, balcony & terrace
- Off street parking
Brighton Steiner School (0.1mi.)
Brighton College Nursery and Pre-Prep School (0.4mi.)
St Mark's CofE Primary School (0.5mi.)
* Guide Price £675,000 - £700,000 *
This fabulous four bedroom coastal home opens to sunny terraces with sea views on every floor. The south facing garden has a gate and shed for bikes and at the front there's off street parking. Completed in December 2012, it balances ecological sensitivity with luxury in a quiet, exclusive cul de sac close to the beach, Brighton Marina and local shops - and the cultural heart of the city is easy to reach.
The location's a well-kept secret, 5 minutes from the city but on the edge of the South Downs National Park - a coastal pathway is literally at the end of the cul de sac.
Inside provides sophisticated open plan living with a stylish ground floor for relaxing and entertaining, with oak flooring and under floor heating throughout. Dramatic sea views stream through the glass south wall of this generous space which connects to a glamorous sun terrace, perfect for parties. A streamlined classic, the kitchen's safely set back from the easy flow into the garden at the front of the house. Ready for use, all of the appliances are high spec and integrated for you and include a five ring gas hob, electric oven, fridge freezer and dishwasher. Two levels of lighting controlled by dimmer switches allow the space to be discreet or sociable, and it remains clutter free as there's a large cloakroom hidden away which also has space - and plumbing - for utility machines.
Outside, the lit terrace steps down into a sunny south facing garden, ideal for al fresco dining with a lawn scented by mature climbers. Child and pet friendly it's secure and private - there's no building directly behind, and it's bordered by a paved pathway to the shed and gate for bikes/ BBQ’s.
Returning inside, the guest suite impresses with a private terrace where you can enjoy glorious views over the yachts of the Marina to open water, the glass balustrade ensuring that the scenic vista can be enjoyed even from bed. The decoration is calm, the wardrobes are fitted, and the en suite shower room is chic. At the front of the house, the second double bedroom is both spacious and serene and next door, the peaceful single bedroom is currently used as a comfortable study. Central to this floor, the family bathroom has all you need including a contemporary dual shower head system above the bath, a lit cabinet and a heated rail for towels.
Quiet and with restful open views of Brighton Marina's safe harbour, the master suite opens to a south facing roof terrace with panoramic coastal views. Wardrobes provide ample storage and the large en suite boasts both a bath and separate, walk in shower.
The location’s quiet but convenient for professionals who work in Brighton or who need to commute.
"The house is ideal for entertaining, as well as being a comfortable family home. The sea views are amazing all year round - in storms and sunny weather alike. It is very special to be so close to the sea, the South Downs and the City Centre."
Where it is
Shops: Local 2 minute walk, The Lanes a 5 minute cab ride
Train Station: Brighton mainline 20 minutes by bus
Seafront or Park: Seafront is under a 10 minute walk, the golf course and park are opposite
Primary: St Mark’s
Secondary: Cardinal Newman, Varndean, Longhill, Dorothy Stringer
Private: Brighton College, Brighton Steiner, Roedean Girl’s School
Close to the beach, there's a local high street and nearby supermarket for your immediate needs and Kemp Town Village is on the doorstep with a bohemian atmosphere and independent cafés, restaurants and shops to explore. The Marina, with cinemas, health club and waterfront restaurants is a short walk and the cultural heart of the city is just 5 minutes by cab if it's raining. Close to good schools including award winning Brighton College, there's a park with courts, sports and access to the Downs around the corner. Ideal for professionals, couples or families, Kemp Town hosts the law courts and hospitals and for those who need to travel, you can get to the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick (30 minutes) and London (55 minutes) by car or by bus- or access to the A27/A23 is fairly swift.
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