- Tenure: Freehold
- 1525 sq.ft.
- Kemp Town Village
- Private courtyard
- Parking permit zone H
- Lucrative holiday let
- Sleeps 16 -18
This substantial three bedroom house with views of the sea sparkling at the end of the street. Used as a holiday let, this themed home has a sociable layout, but close to the hospital, Brighton College and bohemian shops, bars and restaurants of Kemp Town, it’s an ideal home too - especially as the cultural heart of the city and the station serving Gatwick (25 mins) and London (55 mins) are easy to reach.
Excellent holiday home and ongoing holiday let investment that comfortably sleeps 16 providing a healthy income (with potential to sleep 18).
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Full of sunshine, an impressive reception spans the first floor with sea views through the broad west bay. L shaped, a gilded arch joins what was once two rooms, but the two doors remain so you could create another bedroom if you wanted to.
On the second floor, the spa like bathroom has both a freestanding bath which has a shower attachment and a separate walk in shower. Next door, the first of the double bedrooms has a broad bay which stretches almost from floor to ceiling framing sea views as well as a second big window, so it’s light, airy and ready to move into. Private and peaceful at the top, the unusually large double bedroom’s full of sunlight, it isn’t over looked, and the mermaid theme continues with aqua walls and designer paper.
With its own entrance to the street – ideal for guests, au pair or older children- the quiet double room on the lower floor has fitted storage and with a luxury bathroom next door, it’s also waiting for your move.
The property has undergone full refurbishment with all electrical work and internal structural alterations carried out, as well as full roof repairs and new wooden sash windows installed at the front.
Looking traditional from the outside, inside, this substantial home has been transformed into a bright and cheerful fantasy home by the sea. With a mermaid theme, unique designer paper from the States and palette of teal, aquamarine, pearl and gold, this home comfortably sleeps 16/18 providing a healthy income, but with light spacious rooms and an easy flow, it could also be a fabulous family home.
The ground floor courtyard’s petite but party perfect with space for bistro tables and chairs, and the spacious kitchen diner has a broad bay at the front and a casement window at the back – so you can pass through the tapas. The floor’s designed by Harvey Maria, but it’s practical as well as stylish, as is the kitchen where the appliances, including a gas hob, double ovens, fridge, freezer and dishwasher are integrated, so it’s ready for use
This house combines period charm with the convenience of a contemporary home including timber framed double glazing at the front, and although spacious as it is, you could easily create a fourth bedroom.
“You can walk to shops, restaurants, bars and theatres so you won’t need to use a car in the evenings.”
Where it is
Shops: Upper St James Street 2 minutes, Brighton Churchill Square 8 minutes by bus
Train Station: Brighton Mainline 10-15 minutes by bus
Seafront or park: Seafront 1 minute, Queen’s Park 10 minute walk
Primary: Queen’s Park, St Lukes
Secondary: Dorothy Stringer or Varndean
Private: Brighton College
Close to the beach, Kemptown’s on the doorstep with a bohemian atmosphere and independent cafés, restaurants and shops. The cultural heart of the city is within walking distance, and the fashionable central district and harbourside amenities of the Marina are both easy to reach. Close to good schools including award winning Brighton College, you’re near Queen’s Park with a playground, pond and café. Ideal for professionals, Kemptown hosts the law courts and hospital and for those who need to travel, the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick (25 minutes) and London (55 minutes) is nearby and access to the A27/A23 is swift.
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