3 bedroom mews house for saleChurch Hill, BRIGHTON, BN1
Guide Price £525,000
- Guide price £525,000 - £550,000
- glitz glamour
- Patcham Village
- Private courtyard with hot tub, and a paved rear garden
- Residents parking with permits
Guide price £525,000 - £550,000
glitz glamour |
While the address may suggest a quintessential country cottage on a chocolate box, this uber modern, open plan, three bedroom house is anything but. It may have the thick wooden beams and exterior features of times gone by, but inside is a beautiful blend of Mediterranean tiled floors and slick 21st century design – including a private hot tub!
Style: Modern terraced house in a converted farm building
Living Rooms: 2 spacious
Area: 1717 sq. ft. 159.5 sq. m
Outside: Private courtyard with hot tub, and a paved rear garden
Location: Patcham Village
Parking: Residents parking with permits
Why you’ll like it
The buildings in this quiet cul-de-sac in Patcham old village were once the barn and farm house which served the area almost 500 years ago, and they still retain a wealth of character of their time, with flint walls, slate tiled roofs, and beamed vaulted ceilings. But this particular home has been brought wonderfully into modernity, and has an air of fun and glamour about it.
This house is central in the terrace, which used to be the farmhouse, and you pass neat front lawns to the smart and secure front door. You enter into a lobby with a glittering tiled floor, and this opens out into a stunning living room whose ceiling is vaulted and double height on one side. It has a dark wood floor, and a modern electric fire within a deep white surround. There is a feature wall on the left with an iridescent antique lace print, and a Victorian style radiator in black, which adds interest and style. French doors lead from here into a private courtyard, with tall white walls for privacy, and a luxurious hot tub!
From the living room you are led up some sandy tiled steps to a half landing; past bedroom three, with a delightful feather design on one wall, and ahead is the striking kitchen breakfast room. In here there are contemporary units along two walls in high gloss white, and a central island and breakfast bar, lit by spot lights, and which has a halogen hob within it. The units below the sparkling black granite worktops are in a mahogany style lacquer, and there is space for a freestanding American fridge freezer on the right. There is also plumbing and space for a washing machine, but the dishwasher is integrated.
On the left of this spacious room there is ample room for a dining table and chairs and you can light the space with ingenious hidden strip lighting in fun coloured shades. You can access the tiled patio garden from here, which is Eastern in style with dark slate on the floor, and bamboo planting. There is a reminder of the age of the property in the flint walls around, and it is a very private space as you are not overlooked by other properties.
Up a further few steps you arrive on another half landing, and onto the mezzanine floor which looks over the living room. There is a strengthened glass balustrade, and you can imagine how this would be the prefect space to dine and entertain guests.
Up another flight of stairs you come to two further bedrooms, the first is a double, decorated in shades of ruby red, and looks out over the rooftops of the neighbouring homes and far-reaching views of Preston Valley. The master bedroom is of gracious proportions, has a peaceful leafy outlook and a wall of mirrored wardrobes. The family bathroom is next door, and this is the epitome of luxury, tiled in natural stone, with a deep bath raised up on a step, and a spacious wet room tucked away to the left.
This is a truly impressive home, which while it would serve a family well, would equally suit professionals who like to entertain, or those who travels or commute on a regular basis as you are just moments from the A23.
Bear in Mind:
Patcham Village is just a short walk down Church Hill where you have a plethora of shops and cafes – including an award-winning bakery!
‘This has been such a fun house to live in. We entertain a lot, so the space is perfect for us, particularly dining on the mezzanine floor!’
Where it is
Shops: Local 2 mins, Brighton City Centre 20 mins on the bus
Train Station: Preston Park 5 min drive
Seafront or Park: Seafront 20 min drive, Peacock Park 5 min walk
Primary: Patcham Primary School
Secondary: Patcham High School
Private: Brighton College
This is a lovely home in a tranquil location but is well served for shops, parks and schools. There are plenty of local green spaces, and great transport links, with the frequent bus service into Central Brighton, the stations and the University campus’, and the A23 to Gatwick and London is within easy reach.
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