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6 bedroom terraced house for sale

Upper Hamilton Road, Brighton, BN1


Property Description

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This imposing six bedroom Victorian house has been sensitively refurbished retaining the balance of many beautiful period features whilst creating a comfortable family home which is perfect for sophisticated entertaining. In a popular area close to the Station, the Seven Dials and within walking distance of parks and schools, this home also has stunning views across rooftops to the South Downs.

In brief:
Style: Victorian Terrace house
Bedrooms: 6 double
Living rooms: 1 spacious
Area: 2102 sq. ft. 195.3 sq. m.
Outside: South facing garden
Location: Porthall
Parking: Residents Q Zone

Why you’ll like it:
In a quiet street close to the sea, the shops and Brighton Station, this imposing Victorian house is in a unique location within the terrace as it looks up a residential street, making the views open and the house private.
Inside, high ceilings, gleaming wooden floors and period features welcome you in and on your left are two doors into the spacious living room, which would have been two rooms originally but which has been knocked through to create a lovely, light room with a large bay at the front, and French doors at the rear leading through to the immaculate kitchen. There are two handsome fireplaces, the one at the front of the room being useable (but needs sweeping!) with both having stylish cupboards and shelving on either side.
The kitchen runs the entire width of the house and has three skylights, and the south wall is almost all glass, with both windows and French doors, so you can imagine just how bright this room is. There are ample fitted units are a soft ivory with glamorous black granite work surfaces. Sociably placed to the right is a sleek Neff hob which is gas and has a fifth burner for a wok, with an extractor above. The twin ovens are thoughtfully placed in a tower to avoid heavy lifting and bending, and the sink and integrated dishwasher are beneath the window so you can watch the children in the garden. There is plumbing and electrics beneath the units to the left for both a washing machine and a drier, space for a tall fridge freezer and still room for a family table.
The new, double glazed wooden doors open wide onto a paved sun terrace with plenty of room for a dining set and steps up to a lawn surrounded by mature trees including sweet smelling apples and pears. A gate in the rear wall leads out to a small passage way to the street, only used by the terrace which means you don’t have to bring the bikes through the house. There is a secure shed in the garden.
Walking past storage, the stairs, with a beautiful end rail, take you to the half landing where the family bathroom is with both a double ended bath with mixer taps and a separate shower in it. There is a toilet in here, but also a w.c. next door, which is vital in a busy home!
The first floor has two double bedrooms, the peaceful room at the rear having a pretty fireplace. The front room is of generous, restful proportions, with two double wardrobes and a large bay window as well as a graceful sash. The second floor also has two double bedrooms and a shower room, and each with extensive views across the roof tops of Brighton. The best views however are found on the top floor, currently used as an office, but which would also make a brilliant au pair’s room or master bedroom suite, with the inter connecting room being a dressing room and/or en suite, as there is plenty of head room. The large windows at both the front and rear of the space provide stunning, almost 360 degree views across the Downs, Varndean School and the golf course at the front, and the rooftops of Brighton and Hove with the sea as the horizon at the rear - Bliss.
Bear in mind:
You can walk to the sea, the shops and Brighton Station from this substantial house, which is beautifully decorated.

Owner’s secret:
“We love the 360 degree views across Brighton at the top of the house from the Downs to the sea!”

Shops: Local 1 min, 7 Dials about a 5 min walk
Train Station: Brighton mainline 10 min walk
Seafront or Park: Park is an 8 min walk, the Seafront is a 5 min drive
Closest Schools:
Primary: Cottesmore RC, Stanford Infants
Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer
Private: Brighton College, Windlesham Prep

This spacious home is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops, schools and green spaces. The city centre shopping districts and the beach are within easy reach, and this newly refurbished house also offers easy access to the fashionable 7 Dials and two train stations, both with regular, fast links to the airports and London.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 September 2017

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