3 bedroom terraced house for saleCromwell Street, Brighton, BN2
Offers in Excess of £475,000
- contemporary palette
- 936 sq ft
- South facing rear garden
- Free parking on street
Guide Price £475,000-£500,000
This impeccable three bedroom terraced house has been beautifully refurbished, and is far more spacious than its sweet exterior implies. It is spread over three floors, and while there is a hint to the period of the property, the interior is fantastically modern, with a contemporary palette throughout, and where only the finest quality materials and workmanship has been used. It resides on a quiet no-through road close in Hanover, so it is in a great location to access the city and the station, plus there are several popular schools and parks nearby, meaning this house is sure to be popular with families, professional sharers and investors alike.
Style: Victorian terraced house
Bedrooms: 3 double; 1 en suite
Living rooms: 1 through lounge diner
Area: 936 sq ft
Outside: South facing rear garden
Parking: Free on Street
Why you’ll like it:
Raised up on one of Brighton’s famous hills, this beautiful home enjoys far reaching views from its upper floor, right across the city to the rolling hills of the South Downs. It resides at the top of the street, and it has a freshly painted facade in dove grey, with the windows and doors picked out in white. The door opens to a bright entrance hall, where high ceilings, glossy wooden floors and the original finials greet you, and your line of sight takes you through the sunny kitchen to the garden beyond.
The through living/dining room is first on the left, and the gleaming floors in walnut tones continue into here from the hallway. The room is double aspect, so light floods in throughout the day, and the walls are a soothing latte shade. There is a white brick fireplace in the living room, which may be opened with some investigation, but for now it is suited for decoration and as a mantle only. You can have clearly defined areas for eating and dining in here, and the neutral decor would suit many types of furnishings.
Further along the hall, you come to the kitchen which is wonderfully bright due to its south facing windows and the units in cream gloss. The floor tiles and splashbacks complement in sand and white marble effect, and below the glittering worktops sits the integrated oven and space for a washing machine. The fridge freezer is integrated, and next to this the room opens out to another dining space which is sizable enough for both formal and informal occasions.
A door leads out to the garden, and this is the only space which hasn’t undergone full renovation. It has been cleared, and already has a patio area, but the far end of the garden could be laid to lawn, as it is a fine size for barbecues and social gatherings during the summer months.
Carpeted stairs take you to the first floor where the impressive family bathroom is directly ahead. The same marble effect tiles have been used in here as in the kitchen which gives continuity, and the suite is contemporary with a double ended bathtub, and a luxurious walk in shower with curved fixed doors and a monsoon shower head. The polished look is completed with a very tall heated rail for your fluffy towels.
There are two double bedrooms on this floor, and the master bedroom is up another flight of stairs, in the dormer loft conversion. This is a fantastic size, with ample floor space for a kingsize bed as well as free standing pieces of bedroom furniture, and it is from this elevated position that the land and skyscapes come into their own. This room can also boast an en suite shower room, following the same sleek style of the bathroom below, so there’s no need for tension over shower times on busy mornings!
This is a striking home, in a very sought after location, so it needs to be seen to be admired.
Bear in mind:
You can only access this street from Queens Park Road, but being at the top, you can easily drive in and out.
“This house was a joy to renovate as it has so much natural character, and feels so much bigger than you think it’ll be. You are also really central here - I can walk into the city centre in 15-20 minutes
Where it is:
Shops: Local 2 mins, Churchill Square 10 mins on the bus
Train Station: Brighton Station is a 15 min walk
Seafront or Park: Queen’s Park 4 min walk, the Seafront 15 min walk
Primary: St Luke’s Primary
Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC
Private: Brighton College, Windlesham Prep
This stylish home is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and green spaces on your doorstep. The city centre shopping districts and the beach are within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to the A23 and A27 as well a Brighton Station with its regular, fast links to the airports and London.
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