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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Meadow Close, Hove, BN3

Guide Price £1,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn3
  • exclusive close
  • 2183 sq. ft.
  • Hove Park
  • garage and drive

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

exclusive close | guide price £1,250,000 - £1,350,000

Opening to the sunshine and sea views, this fabulous six bedroom house in an exclusive cul de sac offers an exceptionally quiet and luxurious lifestyle. The south facing, manicured garden frames the coast and there's an integrated garage, all in a good school catchment area in the prestigious area of Hove Park, just ten minutes from the city centre. You can walk to the 40 acres of Hove Park which has a range of facilities including a football pitch, a basketball pitch, playground and café, and both Withdean Woods nature reserve and Withdean Stadium are also close by. The beaches, Marina and fashionable shops, theatres and bars of Brighton and Hove are easy to reach and professional life is also made smooth with swift access to the city, to the station serving Gatwick and London, and the A23/A27 are also readily accessible.

in brief:

Style: Modernised detached house circa 1953

Bedrooms: 6

Bathrooms: 2

Living rooms: 2 spacious

Area: 2183 sq. ft. 202.8 sq. m

Parking: Garage, drive

Location: Hove Park

why you’ll like it:

Private and peaceful, this attractive home with an exclusive address is opposite a leafy green and set back behind a drive and gardens, so you feel a million miles away from the stresses of the city, although it's just ten minutes away! There's a garage to the left and a secure side gate. Tucked away to one side, a light guides you to the smart front door, which opens to a welcoming lobby with inviting garden views and which keeps the rest of the house private from callers. To your left, an archway leads to the inner hall where the ceiling is high, parquet gleams underfoot and there's a large cupboard for coats and bags.

the reception |

Sunshine and sea views stream into this elegant room through the south wall of glass which slides open to the magnificent garden which becomes another "room" of this home in the summer. Calm decoration and blonde parquet flooring keep the focus firmly on the glittering sea, framed by the green of the garden. There are also windows to each side of the gas fireplace, so always light and airy, in winter this room transforms into a warm and cosy haven.


the kitchen diner and utility room |

The heart of the home, this stunning kitchen diner embraces the garden, and a vaulted skylight together with broad glass doors in both the south and west walls bring the sunshine in. Opening to the private terrace, al fresco dining is made easy, and inside, this family friendly room is beautifully planned with cream shaker units which are topped by glamorous granite. The magnificent Brittania multi fuel range will stay and it's safely tucked away from the main flow of people and pets in and out of the garden, behind a peninsular arm. The microwave and dishwasher are already integrated for you and there's no need to clutter the space as there's a separate utility room next door with plumbing for two machines and a tall fridge freezer. At the far end of the utility, a stable door leads to the recycling area and driveway, and to the left is the secure internal door to the garage, so no more getting wet!

the family living room and shower room |

A spacious sitting room looks over the central green and with two walls lined with windows, you can imagine how lovely and light this space is. The parquet floor is attractive as well as practical and there's a stylish gas fire to gather around on cooler evenings.

Tucked away nearby, to limit the ingress of sand, or mud, into the house, a chic shower room is tucked away at the foot of the stairs.

the gardens |

Part of the house during summer, the garden is large enough to be zoned into four connected and spacious areas. Close to the house, the dining terrace is bordered by scented plants and made private by mature trees and shrubs. It steps down to the main garden, ideal for entertaining -or playing- with a large lawn with carefully tended borders. It is here that the summer house is found at the far end, currently used for storage and as a workshop, but as it's angled privately away from the main lawn. To the side of it is a paved area, ideal for quiet suppers when the children, or guests have retired to bed. Beyond it, the kitchen garden has a greenhouse which could stay, and next to it is a play area for children.

the master bedroom|

Beautifully decorated and ready to move into, the master suite has restful views sweeping over the garden to the English Channel and to the right, you have glimpses of the Downs. Perfectly peaceful you will sleep well in this charming room - it's easy to forget that the city is just minutes away!


three double bedrooms and luxury bathroom – 1st floor |

Private at the back of the house with restful garden views, the second double bedroom is stylish and quiet. Two further bedrooms are on this floor, each looking over the central green, which also makes them very private, all are light and airy, and share a luxury bathroom central to the floor. Spa- like in cool grey and silver, there's a double ended bath, sleek storage beneath the hand basins and the black heated rail for towels adds glamour.

two more top floor double bedrooms |

At the top of the stairs, you'll feel on top of the world in the single bedroom up in the eaves, which is not over looked and has fantastic views over woodland. The sixth bedroom is a generous size and an L shape and with two large velux in the west roof, you can enjoy the far- reaching views even when sitting down.

Bear in mind

Homes in this exclusive cul de sac are rarely on the market.

what the owner says

"We have loved this bright, elegant house with its beautiful gardens and views. The location is convenient for family, social and professional life and the close is a friendly community - we have garden parties on the green which you can join in with if you'd like to."

what’s around you

Shops: Local 2 minutes, city centre about 10

Train: Preston Park 7 minute drive

Seafront or park: Hove Park 10 minute walk, seafront 10 minute drive

closest schools:

Primary: Bilingual, Westdene

Secondary: Cardinal Newman, Hove Park

Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High, Lancing Prep, Windlesham

The lifestyle |

Brighton and Hove is a cosmopolitan coastal resort famous for its history and flamboyant Royal Pavilion as well as its beaches, Pier and glamorous Marina. Known for its festivals celebrating the arts and relaxed, café culture there are countless shops, restaurants and bars to explore along the seafront, in the characterful North Laine or in the fashionable central shopping districts and all are easy to reach from this glamorous home. This quiet cul de sac is located in the exclusive Hove Park area, well served for schools and parks and both the sea and the Downs are nearby. It is also close to several bus routes which go to the city centre, coast and the Downs and Preston Park Station, with its fast links to Gatwick and London is a short walk. For those who need to commute by car, the A23 and A27 are both readily accessible.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 August 2017


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