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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Roedean Road, Brighton, BN2

Sold STC £1,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • BN2
  • coastal luxury
  • 2614 sq. ft
  • Roedean
  • South facing landscaped garden and sun terraces on two floors
  • Hard standing for several cars, partly covered

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Offers in excess of £1,250,000

coastal luxury

With glorious views over the Marina to the open sea, this luxurious four/five bedroom home is designed for sophisticated entertaining centring on the outstanding sea views from the two sun terraces. There is also a beautiful south facing garden and offering the best of all worlds, this spacious house with off street parking for several cars is just a 5 minute drive from central Kemp Town and Rottingdean Village, each with great beaches, fashionable shops and popular schools whilst you can walk to the Marina, Hospital, golf club and park.

In brief:

Style: Detached house with secure electronic gates

Bedrooms: 4/5

Living rooms: 1/2

Area: 2614 sq. ft

Outside: South facing landscaped garden and sun terraces on two floors

Parking: Hard standing for several cars, partly covered

Location: Roedean

Why you’ll like it:

This unique and flexible family home allows you to enjoy a quiet life but in sophisticated style. Right on the doorstep of the Sussex Downs National Park and within moments of the beach, this tranquil home with a lift already installed is non the less within easy reach of the city, hospitals and station as well as the well- respected Brighton College and Roedean School. 

The Entrance

Electronic gates sweep into a broad hard standing with security lighting and sufficient room for several cars and there is a sheltering cover by the porch on this attractive gabled house. The smart front door opens into a quiet hall with gleaming floorboards underfoot and the generous proportions of the 1920’s, when the house was built and named Concord.

The Ground Floor

Focusing on the wonderful views over the Marina to the sea, the ground floor has a large bedroom suite with a luxury en suite bathroom ideal for guests which can be reached from the hallway, the main reception and the glamorous sun terrace. The whole floor flows beautifully, ideal for seamless entertaining, with an L shaped reception with three sets of tall French doors opening onto the south facing terrace which broadens at one end for al fresco dining. Discreetly zoned with a comfortable seating area by a wood burning stove and the dining area looking out to sea, at the far end of the room, doors open into the kitchen, so that although sociable, it doesn’t dominate the space. Thoughtfully designed with room for informal suppers or homework being done whilst the bribe is cooking, there are plenty of golden wood units topped by glistening granite. The integrated Gaggeneau hob has a griddle, gas ring and electric plate and the electric oven is in a tower. As you would expect of a house of this quality of finish, there is a separate utility room with plumbing for machines and lots of storage. Also on this floor is a cloakroom and the lift shaft is tucked away behind the stairs.

The Games Room and Garden

Reached via the sculptural spiral staircase in the main reception, the spacious games room opens out into the tranquil Japanese inspired garden. A very private and peaceful room, it is also used as a bedroom for long term visitors as they can come and go through the garden without disturbing the rest of the house and there is a fabulous shower room with a sauna at the far end. Outside, stepping stones within the decking path proclaim the seasons of the year and there is a paved area for dining by the Koi pond. Designed for ease of maintenance and with statement planting, this restful retreat is also south facing for sun lovers.

The Master Bedroom 

Up on the first floor, the master bedroom and en suite span the full breadth of the house and has access to a terrace made for nightcaps whilst watching the lights of the boats returning to safe harbour. There is already some fitted storage in place and a walk in closet by the door and the en suite is wet room in style and decorated in the colours of the sea.

The Two Bedrooms and Family Bathroom

Both double bedrooms are quietly situated at the back of the house looking over the garden to the open sea and are each generous in size and share the airy family bathroom, with a double ended barley twist bath and wonderful views across to Roedean School and the striking black Windmill of Rottingdean.

Bear in mind:

The current owners considered developing into the attic space to create master suites, but found that they have more than enough space as it is! There is outline planning permission to add a garage under the Western side of the garden leading to Cliff Road.

Owner’s secret:

“We fell in love with the house and the views, but now really appreciate how the location makes family life so easy”

Where it is:

Shops: Local 2 minutes, Marina is a 4 minute drive 

Train Station: Brighton mainline is a 10 minute drive

Seafront or Park: Seafront is a 5 minute walk, Park is a 3 minute walk

Closest Schools: 

Primary: St Mark’s C of E

Secondary: Longhill

Private: Brighton College, Roedean

This beautiful home with stunning views is on an exclusive road close to the Seafront and opposite a Golf Club and Park. Local shops are on the doorstep as are the cosmopolitan mall, restaurants and Casino of the Marina. Kemp Town Village, with its eclectic mix of award winning speciality shops, bars and bistros is within walking distance, and in addition nearby is access to a regular bus route to Brighton Station with its fast service to London and the airports.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 February 2017


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