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5 bedroom terraced house for sale

Chesham Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2

Offers in Excess of £900,000

Property Description

Key features

  • RECENTLY MODERNISED
  • 5 BEDROOMS
  • BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED
  • PERIOD FEATURES
  • 3 STOREYS
  • LARGE OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
  • LANDSCAPED GARDENS
  • SOUNDHOUSE CONVERSION
  • CELLAR
  • KEMP TOWN LOCATION

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

***OFFERS IN EXCESS OF £900,000***

SUPERB 5 BEDROOM TERRACED HOUSE WITH LANDSCAPED GARDEN AND CELLAR.

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Ideally situated only moments away from the bustling cafes and shops of Kemp Town village, this beautifully renovated three storey home is only a short walk from the seafront.

Behind the distinctive bay exterior, period fireplaces, high ceilings and generous proportions combine with a fantastic open plan kitchen/diner, an integrated Sonos sound system and ground floor extension to create a beautiful example of modern family life in a period property.




With its beautiful ceiling architraves, elegant corbels and Farrow & Ball colour scheme, the welcoming hallway of this extensive home creates an instant indication of the impressive attention to detail and sense of style that features throughout each room.

GROUND FLOOR - Beautifully lit by handmade wooden double glazed sash bay windows, a distinguished working fireplace creates a traditional focal point to the living room. Offering ample space to relax, its rich grey shades create a classic contrast to the tall skirting boards, picture rail and cornicing.

The warm tones of the hallway's floor reach into a stunning open plan kitchen/dining room that offers a fantastic sense of space. The real heart of this home, this hugely versatile and sociable arrangement is perfect for entertaining or simply spending time together as a family.

Providing a contemporary yet sympathetic twist to the period features, the clean line design scheme of the kitchen area features a wealth of full height cabinets housing a full array of integrated appliances. Effortlessly delineating the open plan layout, a spacious island features a convenient breakfast bar adding to the sociable feel. A Neff induction hob and downdraft extractor sits within its sleek marble countertop, while etched grooves flow into an under-mounted sink.

Step down into the large dining area where a trio of Velux windows allows natural light to tumble in, and a duo of French doors open onto the landscaped garden, extending this sociable space still further.

A utility/boot room has discreet space for laundry appliances, while a stylish WC offers access to the generously sized cellar.

FIRST FLOOR- The attention to detail continues on the first floor where three bedrooms offer ideal family accommodation and huge amount of versatility. Echoing the proportions and the sultry grey Farrow & Ball hues of the living room; picture perfect sash bay windows allow natural light to tumble into a large double bedroom highlighting the amount of space on offer. Currently configured as an additional reception room, eye-catching architraves wrap-around the high ceiling, while the pretty tiles of the working fireplace add a classic splash of colour.

With plenty of character of their own, two additional bedrooms on this floor look out onto the attractive walled rear garden.

Arranged in a crisp white metro tile setting, the family shower room features a modern walk-in shower, the Victorian patterns of its tiled floor lending a tasteful finishing touch.

SECOND FLOOR - Upstairs on the top floor, the bay windows of the master bedroom offer oblique sea views. Beautifully designed to offer an enviable amount of height and space, this spacious room offers a superbly peaceful retreat at the end of the day. Demonstrating once again the fantastic attention to detail that flows throughout this home, its ample floor space and alluring heritage colours complement those of the living room, while a stately cast iron fireplace sits against an exposed brick chimney breast.

With its feature animal patterns the adjacent double bedroom creates a lovely space for a large nursery or child's room.

Providing a luxurious feel, the family bathroom is a master class in interior design. Wall-mounted taps flow into a contemporary inset bath, a rainfall shower cascades into the walk-in shower, and a landscape basin sits above a stylish white cabinet. Feature recessed lighting adds to the sense of relaxation, while the high sheen tiles are the perfect finishing touch.


OUTSIDE 
A classic monochrome tiled path leads up to the demi-glazed door of this superior Kemp Town home, past its easy to maintain landscaped garden. The French doors of the open plan kitchen/dining room open directly onto a tiered walled garden that instantly engenders an easy flowing extension of the ground floor. Contemporary slatted fencing offers a lovely amount of privacy to this idyllic outdoor space that's perfect for relaxing in the sun with the weekend papers or enjoying meals with friends and family. Raised beds of camellia, fuchsias, heather and hydrangea combine with a mature pear tree, clematis and firs to offer plenty of interest throughout the seasons.

IN THE LOCAL AREA 
Located in the East Cliff conservation area, only a short walk away from the beach, Chesham Street offers a peaceful setting within easy walking distance of the vibrant shops, bars and cafes of St George's Road, Eastern Road and Brighton Marina. From the pastries, bread and coffees of Marmalade to the vintage antique shops, when it comes to shops, bars and restaurants there's no shortage of choice. The amenities of James's Street and Edward Street are all close at hand. The ever popular Busby and Wilds gastro pub offers a family and dog friendly atmosphere, while the centre of Brighton with its high street stores and famous Lanes are all within easy reach. Brighton train station with its convenient mainline links for commuters is approximately under a mile and a half away, and there are regular bus services into the centre of Brighton and Hove and out to Devil's Dyke, the marina and Rottingdean. Local schools include Brighton College, St John the Baptist Catholic (truncated)

IN MORE DETAIL 
With its beautiful ceiling architraves, elegant corbels and Farrow & Ball colour scheme, the welcoming hallway of this extensive home creates an instant indication of the impressive attention to detail and sense of style that features throughout each room.

GROUND FLOOR 
Beautifully lit by handmade wooden double glazed sash bay windows, a distinguished working fireplace creates a traditional focal point to the living room. Offering ample space to relax, its rich grey shades create a classic contrast to the tall skirting boards, picture rail and cornicing. The warm tones of the hallway's floor reach into a stunning open plan kitchen/dining room that offers a fantastic sense of space. The real heart of this home, this hugely versatile and sociable arrangement is perfect for entertaining or simply spending time together as a family. Providing a contemporary yet sympathetic twist to the period features, the clean line design scheme of the kitchen area features a wealth of full height cabinets housing a full array of integrated appliances. Effortlessly delineating the open plan layout, a spacious island features a convenient breakfast bar adding to the sociable feel. A Neff induction hob and downdraft extractor sits within its sleek marble (truncated)

FIRST FLOOR 
The attention to detail continues on the first floor where three bedrooms offer ideal family accommodation and huge amount of versatility. Echoing the proportions and the sultry grey Farrow & Ball hues of the living room; picture perfect sash bay windows allow natural light to tumble into a large double bedroom highlighting the amount of space on offer. Currently configured as an additional reception room, eye-catching architraves wrap-around the high ceiling, while the pretty tiles of the working fireplace add a classic splash of colour. With plenty of character of their own, two additional bedrooms on this floor look out onto the attractive walled rear garden. Arranged in a crisp white metro tile setting, the family shower room features a modern walk-in shower, the Victorian patterns of its tiled floor lending a tasteful finishing touch.

SECOND FLOOR 
Upstairs on the top floor, the bay windows of the master bedroom offer oblique sea views. Beautifully designed to offer an enviable amount of height and space, this spacious room offers a superbly peaceful retreat at the end of the day. Demonstrating once again the fantastic attention to detail that flows throughout this home, its ample floor space and alluring heritage colours complement those of the living room, while a stately cast iron fireplace sits against an exposed brick chimney breast. With its feature animal patterns the adjacent double bedroom creates a lovely space for a large nursery or child's room. Providing a luxurious feel, the family bathroom is a master class in interior design. Wall-mounted taps flow into a contemporary inset bath, a rainfall shower cascades into the walk-in shower, and a landscape basin sits above a stylish white cabinet. Feature recessed lighting adds to the sense of relaxation, while the high sheen tiles are the perfect finishing touch.

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15 March 2019

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