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Great College Street

** Guide Price £475,000 - £500,000 ** A natural beauty with stripped wood floors and period charm, this spacious two bedroom house is tucked away in a peaceful lattice of Victorian streets between the County Hospital and the sea- so it’s an ideal home or investment. Sensitively modernised in a style to complement the character of the house, the bright ground floor is a sociable space with French doors to a sunny south patio, a large attic raises interesting possibilities and good local schools include St Luke’s and Brighton College.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
2

location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£475,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK120036
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

** Guide Price £475,000 – £500,000 ** Kemptown Village is known for its relaxed seaside lifestyle and is sought after by professionals and commuters as the city centre and the station are easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab. This popular, well-kept street of Victorian terraces is quietly tucked away from the crowds of tourists who visit our thriving intercontinental city whilst the village shops including a Co-op, Boots, deli, wine store and butchers cater for your every need. Inside, a graceful hallway has unusually high ceilings which you’ll find throughout this charming home, and practical, stripped floorboards underfoot continue into a welcoming living room of understated elegance. A broad bay window at one end would love a window seat, and it’s close to the original fireplace which has alcoves to each side for cabinets or shelving. At the far end of this sociable room, light streams through south facing French doors opening to the sheltered patio – with lighting-the perfect extension to this floor during summer (and parties). Deep under stair cupboards help to keep the house fuss free and with its own access to the patio, allowing for seamless al fresco dining, the stylish kitchen is bright with enough space for a family table for breakfasts and homework. Wipeable surfaces make life easy and well planned, everything’s to hand with a focus on the gas hob, fan oven and hood. The fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine are all integrated for you as well, so this kitchen is ready for use. Light and airy on the first floor landing, the chic bathroom has fittings in keeping with the age of the house including a claw foot baignoir and separate walk in shower with a rainfall head, and there’s a useful bonus of a second w.c next door with natural light. A few steps take you up to a broad landing with access to the big attic and the first of the generous double bedrooms is a relaxing haven with a pretty period fireplace. Stretching the full width of the house, the soothing master bedroom’s a delight to return to after a busy day with a tall bay window framing characterful views, and it’s so big that there’s a whole wall available for wardrobes! Agent says: “These spacious houses offer flexible options – we have seen some with vaulted bathrooms and skylights, a couple with south roof terraces and some neighbouring properties have put Velux windows in the attic for the sea views – a l subject to the necessary consents of course.” Owner’s secret: “We love the village location as it’s so friendly, and the commute to Glyndebourne and London has been easy as we can just walk to the station – or take the bus if it’s raining.” What’s around you Shops: Village 1 minute, Georgian Lanes & Marina 15-20 minute walk Train Station: Mainline about 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront under 5 minutes, Queen’s Park is about 10 minutes Closest schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton Waldorf School, Brighton & Hove High, Roedean

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Owner's secret...

“We love the village location as it’s so friendly, and the commute to Glyndebourne and London has been easy as we can just walk to the station – or take the bus if it’s raining.”

Agent's thoughts...

Shops: Village 1 minute, Georgian Lanes & Marina 15-20 minute walk Train Station: Mainline about 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront under 5 minutes, Queen’s Park is about 10 minutes Closest schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton Waldorf School, Brighton & Hove High, Roedean

where it is...

In a chic conservation area this charming home is close to the beach and bohemian cafés, bars and shops of Kemptown Village which include a butchers, deli, bakers, bookstore and wine shop as well as a pharmacy and Co-Op. Kemptown hosts the hospitals, Amex, law courts and police station as well as good schools like St Luke’s and Brighton College. Queen’s Park with a playground, pond and cafés is not far and the cultural heart of the city with its theatres, bars and historic Lanes are within walking distance (or 5 minutes by cab). Both the world class central shopping district and waterfront amenities of the Marina are easy to reach and for those who need to commute, the station serving Gatwick and London is about 15 minutes by bus. If you use a car, this spacious house is in permit zone H which at the time of writing has no waiting list and the A23/A27 are convenient.

** Guide Price £475,000 - £500,000 ** Kemptown Village is known for its relaxed seaside lifestyle and is sought after by professionals and commuters as the city centre and the station are easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab. This popular, well-kept street of Victorian terraces is quietly tucked away from the crowds of tourists who visit our thriving intercontinental city whilst the village shops including a Co-op, Boots, deli, wine store and butchers cater for your every need. Inside, a graceful hallway has unusually high ceilings which you’ll find throughout this charming home, and practical, stripped floorboards underfoot continue into a welcoming living room of understated elegance. A broad bay window at one end would love a window seat, and it’s close to the original fireplace which has alcoves to each side for cabinets or shelving. At the far end of this sociable room, light streams through south facing French doors opening to the sheltered patio – with lighting-the perfect extension to this floor during summer (and parties). Deep under stair cupboards help to keep the house fuss free and with its own access to the patio, allowing for seamless al fresco dining, the stylish kitchen is bright with enough space for a family table for breakfasts and homework. Wipeable surfaces make life easy and well planned, everything’s to hand with a focus on the gas hob, fan oven and hood. The fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine are all integrated for you as well, so this kitchen is ready for use. Light and airy on the first floor landing, the chic bathroom has fittings in keeping with the age of the house including a claw foot baignoir and separate walk in shower with a rainfall head, and there’s a useful bonus of a second w.c next door with natural light. A few steps take you up to a broad landing with access to the big attic and the first of the generous double bedrooms is a relaxing haven with a pretty period fireplace. Stretching the full width of the house, the soothing master bedroom’s a delight to return to after a busy day with a tall bay window framing characterful views, and it’s so big that there’s a whole wall available for wardrobes!

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