Near Brighton College And The Royal Sussex Hospital
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This beautiful Regency house has just been renovated to the highest standard and just off Kemp Town Seafront. Abundance of period features, including original cornices, sash windows and fireplace. Five double bedrooms, living room, kitchen/breakfast room, two bathrooms with one ensuite and converted lower ground floor with a patio garden.
In a truly sensational home such as this it is difficult to know where to begin, so we shall start at the bottom of the property and work our way up to the top.
The lower ground floor offers plenty of space for family living with a bedroom. The living room has double doors to a patio garden and bathroom. Slightly separated from the property with a sweeping stair case and door from the hallway.
As you go back upstairs to the ground floor you get a real sense of the in depth work that has been done. The dining room which leads off the kitchen is stunning and really holds the tradition of the house with stained stripped floor boards, a beautiful and eloquently detailed working fireplace with shelving either side of the recess and three large refurbished sash windows into the bay.
Double doors will lead you into what is simply a stunning kitchen with tiled flooring, an abundance of cupboards set within a thick granite work top, Butler sink, beautiful glass fronted storage cupboards above, wine rack and much more with further double doors leading out to a decked courtyard area.
At the end of the hallway on the ground floor is a utility room with further doors to the outside and an airing cupboard housing a large mega flow system, designed so that all the water in the house runs with the best possible pressure at all times.
Venturing upstairs to the first floor, on the split-level you will find a further utility room also with a shower and WC. On the first floor itself we have bedroom four which could easily be used as a study, with stripped floor boards, high ceilings and a working fireplace and marble surround with shelving either side; and lots of light from the sash window. Next is the drawing room, a lovely room to retire to of an evening, a good size and continues the theme of the house with high ceilings, three floor to ceiling sash windows leading out to a west facing balcony, working fireplace with shelving in to the recess and stripped floors and like the rest of the property the finish is exceptional.
The split-level between the first and second floors has a roof terrace with plenty of space for a table and chairs.
The second floor is home to the children with two good size double bedrooms both with large sash windows and fireplaces and snug deep carpet underfoot, both rooms are serviced by a well thought out shower room that has Jack and Jill doors, so accessible to both rooms.
The third floor is master suite, which was once two bedrooms has been turned into the master bedroom, dressing area and en-suite bathroom, designed for warmth and comfort with new deep carpets, large refurbished sash windows, plenty of space for furniture as well as the dressing area leading through to the en-suite bathroom with tiled floor, full size bath with shower over.
This beautifully refurbished house has been fitted with everyday luxury in mind, a very warm house that has been ripped back and almost re-built, with new electric, a superior central heating system, deep and snug carpet and a kitchen that is very envious. It has kept its roots with refurbished and draft proof sash windows, marble working fire places, and stripped floorboards.
The house is located right in the heart of Kemp Town village with it wonderful selection of shops, deli's and gastro pubs as well as the guilty pleasure of the flea market. Brighton College and the Royal Sussex County Hospital are also close by. Not forgetting just off Kemp Town Seafront.
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