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Cambridge Road, Hove, BN3

Offers in Excess of
£1,750,000
Added on 15/09/2021
Fine & Country, Hove
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
×6
BATHROOMS
×5

Key features

  • DETACHED EDWARDIAN VICARAGE (1905)
  • EXQUISITELY REFURBISHED
  • UNDERFLOOR HEATING THROUGHOUT
  • HEAT RECOVERY VENTILATION SYSTEM
  • DOUBLE GLAZED WITH PILKINGTON K THOUGHOUT
  • SOLID OAK CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN
  • SEPARATE UTILITY, SEPARATE PANTRY
  • MASTER SUITE WITH DRESSING ROOM
  • SIX BEDROOMS
  • FOUR BATHROOMS

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

AN EXPANSIVE THREE STOREY EDWARDIAN DETACHED HOUSE, GRACEFULLY-PRESENTED AND WELL-POSITIONED CLOSE TO THE BORDER BETWEEN BRIGHTON AND HOVE. THE PROPERTY BOASTS AN ATTRACTIVE MULTI-LEVEL PATIO GARDEN, SIX DOUBLE BEDROOMS AND AN ASSORTMENT OF PERIOD FEATURES.

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In brief

This double fronted detached home in central Hove is reassuringly elegant, refurbished and restored to a very high standard for modern living; new solid and engineered oak flooring throughout, each floor is acoustic/thermal insulated, enjoys underfloor heating with separate controls for each room, heat recovery ventilation system, Pilkington K double glazed throughout, all rooms are generously proportioned with high ceilings and large windows for optimal natural light while original features of architraves, decorative ceiling cornices and numerous period fireplaces ooze this home’s historic past.

Cool tones compliment the refined welcoming décor of this considerable family home. Arranged over three floors, the property briefly consists of a sizable double reception room, an immaculately presented kitchen with an adjoining dining room, an additional utility cupboard, pantry and ground floor w/c. Upstairs, there are six double bedrooms and four bathrooms including a luxurious master suite with dressing room.

EPC Rating: E

Ground floor

Cambridge Road offers an impressive approach, a yellow porcelain asymmetric façade is enhanced by colourful accents; red brick arches juxtapose brilliant white sash windows with a brass ironmongery balcony posing as the central focal point. Set on a surprisingly quiet road in Brighton's highly sought-after Brunswick Town Conservation area, a timeless black and white tiled stairway sits in front of this striking period home.

This is a beautiful example of contemporary living in a period property. On entering the property, a wonderfully embellished porch with intricate stained-glass windows and ornate cornicing welcomes you into this striking abode. An excellently preserved hallway with exquisite powder blue tiling runs through the centre of the property providing access to all ground floor rooms. To the front is a delightfully presented double reception room, bold viridescent walls catch the eye and compliment the vast array of period characteristics; a distinctive canted bay window pours light into the room accentuating the space with a whitewashed fireplace posing as a focus. The rear reception room offers an additional relaxed seating area with an enviable gas fire stove and double patio doors which open out to the garden; making for an ideal spot to relax no matter the season.

Across the hallway is the substantial kitchen and dining room, a set of sliding doors opens up the two rooms allowing light to flood through this fulsome space. An additional gas stove is located in the dining room; perfect when entertaining during the winter months. The kitchen is positioned at the rear, with attractive solid oak, hand painted shaker-style units in matching powder blue with natural wooden worktops. A central island unit with solid marble top doubles up as an informal breakfasting area. The kitchen has the benefit of a deep bowled butler sink, ample counter top space and mounted wall and under counter cupboards as well as a range of clever shelving storage options. A convenient pantry and utility room lead off the kitchen. Handy under stair storage cupboards are accessible from the hallway as is usefully
positioned ground floor cloak room.

Upstairs

The staircase runs up from the entrance hall and gives access to all first-floor rooms from the landing. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor with the main suite encompassing the entire south side of the building replicating the layout of the ground floor double reception room. Decorated in crisp white, the main bedroom has the benefit of two canted bay windows at either side, as well as a variety of period characteristics including two small, gorgeous leaded windows on either side of the feature fireplace. A luxurious dressing room with bespoke fitted wardrobes follows on to a large en-suite bathroom with double doors, equipped with plantation shutters for privacy, that open out onto a private balcony. The two double bedrooms on this floor share access to a beautifully-presented Jack and Jill shower-room.
On the second floor there are a further three excellently-sized double bedrooms, each with ample built-in storage space. The front bedroom on the north side has the added benefit of a private balcony. Two of the bedrooms share a Jack and Jill shower room with an additional stylish family positioned across the landing.

Outside

A charming paved multi-level garden provides a quiet and private outdoor space. A variety of mature shrubs and plants adorn the perimeter of the garden, with several relaxed sitting areas offering plenty of room for entertaining and al fresco dining.

In the Local Area

Located in the very heart of Brighton close to both Norfolk and Brunswick Squares, the seafront and St Ann’s Well Gardens are only a short walk away.

When it comes to shops, bars and restaurants there’s no shortage of choice as the amenities of Western Road, Church Road and Brighton City centre are all close at hand.

Local schools include Brunswick Primary School and the private Brighton and Hove High School, while Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College is within easy reach.
Plenty of bus services provide access to all parts of the city as well as nearby outlying villages and both Hove and Brighton train stations

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Cambridge Road, Hove, BN3

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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Brighton Station0.7 miles
  • Hove Station0.9 miles
  • London Road (Brighton) Station1.1 miles
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Fine & Country, Hove

46 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FN

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