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West Hill Road BN1

Beautifully renovated, this deceptively spacious Victorian house blends period proportions with modern interior design and is immediately impressive on entry. It sits in a hugely desirable location, just seconds from the cosmopolitan shops, cafes and restaurants of Seven Dials and a very short 2 minute walk from Brighton Station, perfect for commuters.

style:
Semi Detached
bedrooms:
3
bathrooms:
2
living rooms:
2
floor area:
990 sq ft

outside:
wrap around decked gardens
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Seven Dials


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Price
£700,000
ID
rps_loc-BVH180228
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Seven Dials
Home area
990 sq ft
Rooms
2
Beds
3
Baths
2

Why you'll like it...

The original building was a public house from the 1860s until the 1970s when it was converted into houses, but this house takes prime position on the corner plot with triple aspect windows to fill it with natural light. With three bedrooms, an office room, a generous reception room, a kitchen breakfast area and a sweet city garden, this is the ideal home for families who will also appreciate the excellent schools within catchment. Professionals, sharers and commuters will enjoy the highly favourable location, so it is sure to attract many. In brief: Style: Victorian semi-detached house Bedrooms: 3 double; 1 en suite Bathrooms: 2 Living rooms: 2 inc. office room Area: 990 sq ft Outside: wrap around decked gardens Location: Seven Dials/West Hill Conservation Area Parking: Permit parking zone Y Why you’ll like it: Seven Dials has been one of the most desirable locations in the city for many years now, and not only due to its proximity to the city, the station and the beach. It is truly cosmopolitan, with a vibrant café culture, several fashionable shops and restaurants and a unique energy which attracts so many people here. This beautiful home provides everything you need to live the quintessential 'cool' Brighton lifestyle, and while it sits centrally to the city, it is peacefully tucked away on a quiet road. Built in the 1850s, these terraces were originally for the railway workers as a direct response to the London to Brighton train line which generated huge growth to the city. This building was the local public house: The West Hill Inn, so it has a unique layout with high ceilings and an open layout on the ground floor. Spread over three floors it is far more spacious than its exterior implies, and as you enter, it is immediately apparent that this is a well-maintained and stylish home. Solid oak flooring flows throughout the ground floor for continuity, and while the kitchen and living room are separated by an entrance hall, the entire space can be opened up using two sets of concealed sliding double doors. This is ideal when entertaining, but also when closed they provide two separate reception rooms which works perfectly for families with older children who may like to entertain independently on occasion. With contemporary white gloss units, under floor heating, Fired Earth tiles and solid walnut worktops to complement, the kitchen is another chic space. The appliances have been integrated for you to include a fridge, freezer, boiling/filtered water tap, dishwasher and a Smeg oven and gas hob while the utilities have been cleverly housed in a large cupboard on the first-floor landing. From here you have access to the rear patio garden, which during summer is transformed into a tranquil city oasis with some colourful plants and garden furniture. It is completely private, secluded and so peaceful making it hard to believe you live so close to the city centre, and for sunbathing and growing plants, the sun moves right around the house to the front where the second patio area is bathed in sunshine until it goes down on balmy evenings. Big, beautiful and bright; the living room is triple aspect making it open and airy during summer, yet as the weather cools, it feels homely by the open fire. A wall of strengthened glass forms the wall between the staircases and the living area which was originally to comply with fire regulations, but is a superb feature of the room, and allows natural light to filter through to the lower floor. Ready to unwind in the evening, you can pick a book from the built-in case running down the stairwell to the master bedroom suite where you find a truly luxurious and grown-up space with dreamy cloud, Cole and Son wallpaper and plush grey carpet underfoot. Recently fitted, the generous ensuite is the epitome of style and taste with a contemporary bath suite, a dual sink and chic grey vinyl flooring. This tone works wonderfully with the large, individually created large-format marble effect ceramic wall tiles and the geometric encaustic splashbacks for a polished finish. Returning upstairs, there are two further double bedrooms on the first floor; one of which has a unique outlook to the east, taking in the views of Brighton Racecourse up on the hills, and the other has been divided in two creating a spacious home office adjacent to it. These rooms share use of the second family bathroom which has a chic slate finish and a rainfall shower over the bath. This is a stunning home, in a hugely desirable area, which needs to be seen to be admired. Owner’s secret “We have lived here for 17 years and we have loved every minute. It was a fantastic home prior to starting a family as it is so centrally located with plenty to entertain you on your doorstep, and now with children in tow it is just as perfect as the local parks, and schools are excellent, and it is an incredibly family friendly community. For somewhere so central, it is wonderfully quiet, and for commuters it’s ideal as you can be in London on the fast train in under an hour door to door. We have the opportunity now to upsize, but we are really hoping to stay local as we will miss it here hugely.” Where it is: Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 5 min walk Train Station: Brighton Station 2 min walk Seafront or Park: St Ann’s Well Gardens 5 min walk, Seafront 10 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Brunswick Primary, Hove Primary School, St Paul’s Primary & Nursery Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove School for Girls This stylish family home is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach nearby. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to both Brighton Station and the A23 which have direct and fast links to the airports and London.

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Owner's secret...

“We have lived here for 17 years and we have loved every minute. It was a fantastic home prior to starting a family as it is so centrally located with plenty to entertain you on your doorstep, and now with children in tow it is just as perfect as the local parks, and schools are excellent, and it is an incredibly family friendly community. For somewhere so central, it is wonderfully quiet, and for commuters it’s ideal as you can be in London on the fast train in under an hour door to door. We have the opportunity now to upsize, but we are really hoping to stay local as we will miss it here hugely.”

Agent's thoughts...

This stylish family home is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach nearby. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to both Brighton Station and the A23 which have direct and fast links to the airports and London.

where it is...



Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 5 min walk Train Station: Brighton Station 2 min walk Seafront or Park: St Ann’s Well Gardens 5 min walk, Seafront 10 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Brunswick Primary, Hove Primary School, St Paul’s Primary & Nursery Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove School for Girls

Seven Dials has been one of the most desirable locations in the city for many years now, and not only due to its proximity to the city, the station and the beach. It is truly cosmopolitan, with a vibrant café culture, several fashionable shops and restaurants and a unique energy which attracts so many people here. This beautiful home provides everything you need to live the quintessential 'cool' Brighton lifestyle, and while it sits centrally to the city, it is peacefully tucked away on a quiet road. Built in the 1850s, these terraces were originally for the railway workers as a direct response to the London to Brighton train line which generated huge growth to the city. This building was the local public house: The West Hill Inn, so it has a unique layout with high ceilings and an open layout on the ground floor. Spread over three floors it is far more spacious than its exterior implies, and as you enter, it is immediately apparent that this is a well-maintained and stylish home. Solid oak flooring flows throughout the ground floor for continuity, and while the kitchen and living room are separated by an entrance hall, the entire space can be opened up using two sets of concealed sliding double doors. This is ideal when entertaining, but also when closed they provide two separate reception rooms which works perfectly for families with older children who may like to entertain independently on occasion. With contemporary white gloss units, under floor heating, Fired Earth tiles and solid walnut worktops to complement, the kitchen is another chic space. The appliances have been integrated for you to include a fridge, freezer, boiling/filtered water tap, dishwasher and a Smeg oven and gas hob while the utilities have been cleverly housed in a large cupboard on the first-floor landing. From here you have access to the rear patio garden, which during summer is transformed into a tranquil city oasis with some colourful plants and garden furniture. It is completely private, secluded and so peaceful making it hard to believe you live so close to the city centre, and for sunbathing and growing plants, the sun moves right around the house to the front where the second patio area is bathed in sunshine until it goes down on balmy evenings. Big, beautiful and bright; the living room is triple aspect making it open and airy during summer, yet as the weather cools, it feels homely by the open fire. A wall of strengthened glass forms the wall between the staircases and the living area which was originally to comply with fire regulations, but is a superb feature of the room, and allows natural light to filter through to the lower floor. Ready to unwind in the evening, you can pick a book from the built-in case running down the stairwell to the master bedroom suite where you find a truly luxurious and grown-up space with dreamy cloud, Cole and Son wallpaper and plush grey carpet underfoot. Recently fitted, the generous ensuite is the epitome of style and taste with a contemporary bath suite, a dual sink and chic grey vinyl flooring. This tone works wonderfully with the large, individually created large-format marble effect ceramic wall tiles and the geometric encaustic splashbacks for a polished finish. Returning upstairs, there are two further double bedrooms on the first floor; one of which has a unique outlook to the east, taking in the views of Brighton Racecourse up on the hills, and the other has been divided in two creating a spacious home office adjacent to it. These rooms share use of the second family bathroom which has a chic slate finish and a rainfall shower over the bath. This is a stunning home, in a hugely desirable area, which needs to be seen to be admired.

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