3 bedroom detached bungalow for saleDownsway, Brighton, BN2
- quiet luxury
- 877 sq ft
- West facing garden
- Hard standing parking
Guide Price £380,000-£400,000
With a sociable layout this glamorous detached three bedroom home is ideal for entertaining and has a spacious west facing garden, off street parking and a large attic. Within a 10 minute drive of central Brighton this is an ideal location for a growing family as popular schools and shops are within walking distance, or for those wanting to slow down a notch this house is near to a footpath over the Downs and close to a park and golf course.
Style: Detached bungalow
Living rooms: 2
Area: 877 sq ft ; 81.5 sq m
Outside: West facing garden
Parking: Hard standing
Why you’ll like it:
This popular area on the edge of the City and close to the sea has its own shops, cafes, bistro pub, school and library and this home is just a short walk to them with a useful bus stop at the bottom of the road. On a quiet street close to access to the Downs this peaceful house and has been beautifully refurbished over the past year, creating a glamorous home which is also ideal for entertaining.
Painted a Cornish cream with a traditional tiled gable and energy efficient windows the house sits privately behind the hard standing and front garden and there is a light and hand rails to guide you up the stepped side path to the front door. Inside, the deft balance between glamour and comfortable, practical living is immediately evident in the fabulous designer wallpaper, gleaming but hardy Karndean flooring and large cupboard on the right for coats, blazers and bags. There are brand new solid oak latchkey doors throughout.
Sensibly organised to maximise the enjoyment of the back garden, the three bedrooms are at the front of the property. To your right, the spacious master bedroom has a whole wall of Sharps glass-fitted wardrobes and with windows in two walls is light and airy. Characterful beams are high above your head, solid oak is underfoot and the Osborne and Little paper glitters on the feature wall. Ahead, the en suite shower room is wet room in style and has a classic, Mediterranean feel. Next door the second double room is also a good size and, shimmering in gold, is ready to move into. Opposite is a chic shower room and as you progress down the hall, under the access to the large attic, the door into the third, single bedroom could be reinstated on your right if you wanted – currently used as a craft room the owner’s moved the entrance to the kitchen.
At the end of the hallway the glamorous kitchen/diner bathes in light streaming in through a central, vaulted skylight beneath which is a sociable central island. Beautifully designed, the streamlined Wren units conceal ingenious storage and all of the high spec appliances, including the Neff touch induction hob, tall fridge, dishwasher and washing machine are all integrated for you. In the far wall the large window was especially made and the broad doors slide open into a luxurious living room with an insulated, vaulted ceiling and beneath your feet the gorgeous porcelain floor hides underfloor heating. Windows in all of the external walls bring in views of the lovely west facing garden which becomes part of the entertaining space when you open the broad French doors. Outside, the sun terrace leads around to the side gate, ideal for bikes and boards and steps take you up through a garden with two tiers both to follow the sunshine and to allow for romantic, private suppers when the children are in bed.
Bear in mind:
The neighbours on the left have extended up
“Winter or summer, our home is so easy to live as it adjusts to whatever we need! The neighbours are lovely too”
Where it is:
Shops: Local shops 3 minutes, North Laines about a 12 minute drive
Train Station: Brighton mainline a 17 minute drive
Park or Seafront: The Downs footpath is just minutes away, the Seafront is a 5 minute drive
Primary: Woodingdean Primary
Secondary: Longhill High
Private: Brighton College, Roedean Girl's school
This spacious home sits on the edge of Brighton between the beautiful South Downs and the Sea and is appealing to all generations. With a Medical centre & library at the bottom of the road. The Woodingdean shopping parade, with an eclectic mix of cafes, restaurants and stores are on the doorstep, as are local schools and the Marina and central Brighton are nearby. For those needing to travel further afield, Brighton Station, the A23 and A27 are also all easy to reach.
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