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Property details

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms


  • Outstanding Home, built in 1933.
  • Beautifully Presented Family Home
  • 4345 Sq Feet
  • Four Large Double Bedrooms
  • South Facing Balcony And Terrace
  • Simply Outstanding Sea views
  • Sunken Bath Part Of The Master En-Suite
  • Potential To Build Further stnc
  • Exterior Area For Al-Fresco Dinning
  • The Most Outstanding Home On Brighton Seafront

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It is a property that simply needs to be seen as its true splendour doesn't convey with words alone. The property, which was built in 1933 and is spread over four floors, it is double width making it quite unique on the Brighton seafront offering commanding views and light.

The lower ground is used by the current owners as their master suite as it enjoys great light. The bedroom, originally thought to be the snooker room of the home, looks over the south facing walled courtyard. Part of the master suite is the hot tub room and shower room with Villeroy and Boch fittings, which also houses a sauna. The hot tub room is very elaborate as the tub itself has been sunk into the foundations and is strengthened with underpinning. It is lit by fibre optic Leutron lighting, this has a number of settings and shades to indulge any mood and of course enjoys the built in sound system that runs throughout the entire house. Both the hot tub room and shower room enjoy natural travertine tiles with under floor heating to make the whole experience as comfortable as possible. There is also a marine fish tank set into the wall between the two rooms, to give that final touch; this could be replaced by a television if a new buyer should so wish, as the necessary wiring is in place. The house is also fitted with remote access Speakercraft system (AV and data wired), for all principle rooms. The utility room is the final ingredient of the master suite which covers the entire lower ground floor.

On the ground floor, you will find quite a traditional layout, at the rear there is the kitchen and breakfast room again both very well thought through, the kitchen itself is bespoke and made by the craftsman at Woodworks in Lewes, offering everything you could possibly want from a kitchen. There is a remote control skylight which opens, flooding light into the kitchen. The breakfast area is nice and simple with ample space for table and chairs and a stunning gas fire which is one of two that have been added to the property.

There is a wonderfully large oak panelled hallway which leads through to the front room and dining room, which really shows the original splendour of this house. Stripped original flooring with oak panelled walls, stone fireplace and fantastic relaxation space. The ceiling height is lovely and of course a large south facing terrace. This is a raised ground floor so you start to get a great feel for the views that lay ahead.

On the first floor you will find the most breath-taking drawing room, great thought has gone into this room to make sure that every inch of the view can be enjoyed, the current owners have even introduced an extra window in the west side of the house which gives the most incredible light and views. There is a deep balcony which runs the full width of the property giving a huge amount of space, much more so than its Regency cousin.

Again there is good ceiling height and original features enhancing this already spectacular room. Off of the drawing room you will find the true indulgence of a library/television room, fitted as a snug, with comfy chairs, sofa and of course a TV. At the rear of this floor you will find a bedroom and WC with storage cupboards fulfilling the needs of even the most spectacular of properties. As you climb to the top floor of the house, you cannot help to notice the incredible amount of light that fill this property from every angle. Every window from the ground floor up has been replaced with double glazed hard wooden sash windows, blocking out the unwanted sounds but retaining the light and original feel of the property.

There are large windows on all of the landings which is very apparent as you arrive on the second floor, this floor consists of three further bedrooms, one currently being used as an office, separate WC and the most amazing shower room filled with Villeroy and Boch fittings, its exceptional finish amplifying the entire feel of this property

There is a loft with a large amount of space and a very tall pitch, the current owners have had plans drawn up for the conversion of this space, however no planning permission has been sought. There is also the added benefit of the rented double garage for city centre parking at your property. This house has great history having been built in 1933 by a gentleman called Oliver Dalton who at the time owned the Palace Pier which he bought after introducing penny slot machines to our great city, he died in 1940 and was thought to have built the house to overlook his asset. This home is filled with love, thought and splendour a rare and beautiful home.

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Local Amenities

  • Brighton 0.9 miles
  • London Road (Brighton) 1.3 miles
  • Queen's Park Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Brighton College 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Brighton 0.9 miles
  • London Road (Brighton) 1.3 miles
  • Queen's Park Primary School 0.3 miles
  • Brighton College 0.4 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in BN2:

  • £402,671
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  • -£9,275
  • (-2.252%)
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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
1st Sep 2020 £2,500,000 First listed
25th Feb 2003 £790,000 Last sold

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