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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Tongdean Lane, Withdean, Brighton, BN1

Guide Price £700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • BN1
  • prestigious address
  • 1251 sq ft
  • Withdean
  • Landscaped rear garden
  • Off street parking and free on street.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

prestigious address


Guide Price £700,000 - £750,000


Recently built and finished to an exceptional standard; this four bedroom semi detached house stands out. Only the finest quality materials have been used to create a contemporary family home, and the flowing open plan layout with French doors leading out to a south facing lawn a terrace, also lends itself well to sophisticated entertaining. It also has off street parking, and easy access to the A23 and Preston Park Station for those commuting by train or car. With several parks, popular schools and Withdean sports complex in close proximity; this house is the perfect space for raising the family.


In brief:


Style: Newly built semi-detached house


Bedrooms: 4 double


Living rooms: 1 very spacious and open plan to the kitchen


Area: 1251 Sq.Ft.


Outside: South facing lawn and terrace


Location: Withdean


Parking:  Off street parking and free on street.


Why you’ll like it:


Raised up and set well back from the street stands these new contemporary homes. They have all the modern design features which epitomise current home building trends with crisp white render, slate roofs and charcoal window and door frames - yet these are blended with the traditional characteristics of neighbouring homes with gables, and Neo-Georgian proportions favoured in 1930s architecture.


You approach the house from Colebrook Road where a neat brick drive sweeps past both houses; with this one being the furthest from the road, and where you can leave the car parked directly outside. The front door is solid oak, and this welcomes you into a wide entrance hall where white walls and wooden floors in ashy tones stretch out before you into the bright and generous open plan living and dining room. This is the width of the house, and has two sets of French doors leading out to the garden, and there’s ample space in here for separate dining and seating areas. The kitchen is sizable, and tucked away to the right, but is still open to the room making it a very sociable space. This is an impressive space which has been designed well using quality materials, fixtures and fittings, and the units are plenty in high gloss olive grey. The lower units are topped with Corian surfaces is a darker yet complementary shade, and the sink is seamlessly cut into this. All appliances are integrated, including a washing machine, fridge freezer, dishwasher and a 5 ring gas hob. They are all AEG and the double oven has been thoughtfully placed in a tower.


Returning to the hall, past a separate WC (an essential element in any shared space), is the turning staircase to the first floor which has plush grey carpets underfoot, and a stunning glass and oak balustrade. There are three double bedrooms on this floor, two of which have interesting angles to their ceilings, and all with new but traditionally styled radiators in white. The bathroom is fully tiled with a monsoon shower over the bath, and it is on trend with Moroccan inspired floor tiles in a monochrome print. There’s also a large vanity unit below the basin to keep the space clutter free, and a tall heated towel rail completes the look.


A further flight of stairs takes you to the second floor and the master bedroom which has leafy views and shares the same modern palette as the rest of the house.


Bear in mind:


The south facing garden feels like it is at the front of the house as it faces Tongdean Lane, but being raised up behind smart fencing means it doesn’t feel overlooked.


Owner’s secret


“We are really happy with the finished result - now all they need is to be lived in and enjoyed to realise their full potential.”


Where it is:


Shops: local shops 5 min walk, Central Brighton 10-15 mins by car/bus


Train Station: Preston Park 6 minute cycle, Brighton Mainline 10 min drive


Seafront or Park: Park 8 min walk, Seafront 10 mins by car


Closest Schools:


Primary: Westdene Primary School


Secondary: Patcham High


Private: Brighton College


This is a lovely family home in a peaceful 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 from the top or bottom of the road into Central Brighton; the stations and the University campus’. The A23 to Gatwick and London is also within easy reach, for those who require it on a daily or weekly basis.




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