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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Bristol Street, Brighton, BN2

Sold STC £500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • tucked away
  • 1146 sq ft
  • Kenp Town
  • South facing garden with a sun terrace
  • Residents permit, H zone

Full description

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Recently refurbished to a high standard, this spacious three bedroom home is on a quiet street in a convenient location between the Marina and the County Hospital. With a fabulous south facing garden, a social layout and contemporary kitchen and bathrooms, this Edwardian house will appeal to families, weekenders and investors.


In brief:


Style: Terraced house circa 1900’s


Bedrooms: 3-4 


Living rooms: 1 spacious


Area:  1146 sq ft; 106.5 sq m


Outside: South facing garden with a sun terrace


Location: Kemp Town  


Parking: Residents permit, H zone



Why you’ll like it:


This attractive red brick house is on a horse shoe shaped road used only by the residents, which is therefore quiet, and the inside has been transformed into a stylish and social home which balances period detail with touches of modern luxury. Subtle use of Farrow and Ball tones give the house a calm feel and it's rare to find south facing garden also means that this house is full of light. 



Past a front garden pebbled like the nearby beach, the smart door opens into a welcoming hall with a wooden floor which continues into the spacious living /dining room on your right. Originally two rooms, they have now been joined together to create a sophisticated living room perfect for modern entertaining, with two beautiful original fireplaces in the chimney breasts. At the front of the house is a generous window, whilst at the back, elegant French doors open onto decking leading around to the sun terrace and garden.



The sleek kitchen is beyond deep under stair storage and steps down from the dining area. With refreshing practicality driving the arrangement, it has ample cream units with warm, wood coloured and wipe able work surfaces. All of the appliances, including the Bauknecht gas hob and recently fitted steel Indesit electric oven are integrated, so the only thing that you need to add to this space is fresh food and good company- who can spill out into the sun shine as there is a door in the far wall. The sun terrace is wide enough for stylish al fresco dining and as it gets the sun all day, it is also a peaceful place to sit after work with a glass of something in hand, and the garden continues the family/pet friendly ethos as it steps down to a lawn surrounded by mature shrubs.



Up on the first floor landing, the glamorous bathroom has the best of both worlds with contemporary underfloor heating, Parissienne inspired metro tiles and a shower with a modern drench head blending with a traditional white suite complete with a stunning freestanding claw footed bath. 



Two of the quiet double bedrooms make up the first floor: one looks over the surrounding gardens, which makes this room unusually private, and the larger bedroom at the front has a wonderfully proportioned sash window bringing in lots of natural light, an attractive fireplace and there is plenty of floor space for wardrobes as the room spans the whole of the width of this house. The luxurious master suite is at the top of the house, with a south wall which is all glass bringing in open, green views and even distant glimpses of the sea. Central doors open to a Juliette balcony perfect for leaning on with your morning coffee and behind you is a walk in closet, so large that it has functioned as an unofficial nursery, next to a chic en suite shower room, fashionably decorated in shades of grey. 



Bear in mind:


This spacious home has been stylishly refurbished and is ready to move into.



Owner’s secret:


“The location of the house works for the children, close to the schools, beach and park, but is also near to restaurants and bars for us, and the garden makes it very easy to entertain our friends!”



Where it is: 


Shops: Local, 3 minute walk, Marina 5 minutes, The Lanes about 10-15 minutes by bus


Train Station: Brighton mainline 15 -18 minutes by bus


Seafront or Park: Seafront is under a 10 minute walk, the Park is about 5 minutes


Closest Schools:


Primary: St Marks C of E, 


Secondary: Longhill High


Private: Brighton College



This tranquil home is appealing to all ages due to its great location within walking distance of the beach, park, local shops and restaurants. Fashionable Brighton, Kemp Town Village, the Golf Club and the Marina are all within easy reach as is Eastern Road, with a regular bus service to the Hospital, Mainline Station and Universities.





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Added on Rightmove:
20 September 2016

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