4 bedroom town house for saleBloomsbury Place, BRIGHTON, BN2
- exquisite regency
- 2018 sq.ft / 187.4 sq.m.
- parking permit zone H
- kemp town
- east facing balcony & west facing terrace
** Guide Price - £1,000,000 - £1,100,000 **
exquisite regency |
Grade II listed, this exquisite Regency town house has sea views from the east facing balcony and also has a private west facing terrace. This four bedroom property is sensitively refurbished to an unusually exacting standard and designed for a luxury life style in a fabulous location between the fashionable Village and the beach, and within walking distance of the Lanes.
Style: Regency town house Grade II
Reception rooms: 2
Area: 2018 sq.ft / 187.4 sq.m
Outside: East facing balcony, West facing terrace
Parking: Zone H
Location: Kemp Town
Why you’ll like it:
This graceful Grade II listed house is light and spacious and has been expertly refurbished whilst retaining precious period details. The front door opens into a lobby glistening with colours from the stain glass window above the door and a beautiful leaded inner door leads you through to an inviting hallway with high ceilings and an arched finial.
The heart of this glorious home, this stunning room is light all day due to its East/West orientation. The large sash window in the far wall brings in the afternoon sun, and the beautiful curved bay window at the front faces the well preserved Regency homes opposite and looks down to the sea. There is a handsome marble fireplace and high above your head, intricate plaster work still wends itself around the room. The magnificent Schuller kitchen with ample units and smooth work surfaces blends seamlessly with the period features and a striking central island of moonstone quartzite provides a space for the children or your partner to work as you bake the incentive to finish, or for friends to join you for morning coffee of course – and the coffee machine is integrated as are all of the Neff appliances including the gas hob, twin ovens and microwave. Ambient lighting in the dining room and dimmer switches allow you to choose your mood and there is no need to clutter the space as, as you would expect of a home of this quality, there is a separate utility by the door to the peaceful western terrace which is at the end of the hallway.
The Drawing Room and Study
A delicately worked staircase complete with wave detail sweeps you up past a chic guest cloakroom to the first floor where there are two original panelled doors each leading into the gracious Regency drawing room. The glorious floor to ceiling bow windows have beautiful stain glass pictures of Flora and Apollo at the top and open to allow you access on to the delicately wrought balcony. The sea views, framed by one of the best preserved Georgian terraces in Brighton, are mesmerising and inside, the elegant proportions draw the eye up to the detailed original frieze and over to the stately fireplace. Behind you, central doors keep your options open, the spacious room beyond being ideal as a study which can be made private or even used as a peaceful bedroom.
The Second Floor
Up past a magnificent bathroom lined in Carrera and black Italian marble, the second floor has two bedrooms each of generous proportions and with unusually stylish decoration are both ready to move into. Remarkably quiet for this fashionable and central location, the airy room at the front with sea views also has a decorative fireplace.
The Master Suite
With a luxury bathroom which has underfloor heating beneath the marble on the spacious landing, the whole of the third floor is dedicated to relaxing and refreshment. There is a wonderful dressing room lined with wardrobes and which leads to an extra cloakroom and the restful master bedroom is remarkable in that it not only has two generous sash windows bringing in views of the English Channel, but also has a window in the south wall through which the sun and the sea pour in as, most unusually, the roof immediately adjacent to it is lower.
Bear in mind:
Properties on this well preserved Regency street with sea views are rarely available and this property is exceptionally stylish.
There is something special about pottering around the village shops then resting on the balcony in the evenings together, just watching the sea.
Where it is:
Shops: Kemp Town Village 1 minute, The Lanes and Pavilion 10 minute walk
Train Station: Brighton mainline 10 minutes by bus
Seafront or Park: Seafront is less than 5 minutes, Queens Park is about 10 minute walk
Primary: St Lukes, Queens Park
Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer
Private: Brighton College
This beautiful Regency house is on a quiet street just off the fashionable Kemp Town Village with its eclectic mix of cafes shops and restaurants. The beach is at the end of the street, and the Pavilion, Theatre and Lanes of central Brighton are within walking distance as are the County Hospital and the award winning Brighton College. The proximity to the Marina, Station and A 23/27 make this elegant home a viable proposition for those needing regular links to the airports or London on a regular or weekly basis and increases the possibility of an income.
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