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Belle Vue Gardens BN2

A serene idyll to return to, this four bedroom Victorian beauty has gracious rooms, stately period features and an unusually wide, sunny garden as it is the only double fronted villa in this exclusive terrace. Quietly tucked away between Brighton College- one of the most sought after schools in the south east- and the County Hospital, this fully refurbished home stylishly blends old with new and generously proportioned as it is, there’s planning for a master suite at the top and also to extend at the back to create a magnificent kitchen diner. Ideal for families, professionals and those who commute, the chic Kemp Town Village and its beaches are on the doorstep and the cultural heart of the city and station serving Gatwick and London are easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
4
floor area:
1603 sq.ft.

outside:
Kemp Town village
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£850,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK180369
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
1603 sq.ft.
Beds
4

Why you'll like it...

With loving care the current owner has breathed new life into this glorious Victorian home which is quietly situated on the edge of the fashionable Kemp Town Village. The result is a light, elegant home providing a luxury lifestyle complete with energy efficient windows, new plumbing, updated wiring- which includes a Nest heat and fire alarm system- and damp proof course. The only double fronted house in the terrace, a traditional tiled path steps up past symmetrical terraces to an inviting entrance which reveals a hushed hallway with period features including a rare cascade handrail for the sweeping staircase, glimpses of the garden and, a practical working home, a chic cloakroom designed to save water is carefully tucked away. Returning to timeless appeal, burnished floorboards walk you into a grand, sun filled reception with a feature arch and glimpses of the sea and there’s a handsome marble fireplace with embossed black stone. Sociably opposite, the formal dining room is ideal for entertaining in style with elegant proportions, luxuriant carpet, original cornice above your head and a beautiful art nouveau motif on the period fireplace. Bright, cheerful and in classic style suited to the age of the building, the kitchen’s thoughtfully planned with everything to hand. The fridge and freezer are integrated for you, a hood keeps things fragrant, there’s plumbing for a dishwasher and the fabulous gas Rangemaster 110 could stay, subject to circumstance. Across the hallway, a spacious, sunny room with picture windows framing the garden has performed a variety of functions as required, changing from breakfast room to study to snug. Also at the back of the house the conservatory has a concealed utility area and opens to a big, east facing garden, raised to catch the sun- which it does. Paved for ease of maintenance and scented by a mature lilac tree, this warm brick walled haven is secure, so child and pet friendly. Upstairs, the spacious bathroom has a contemporary suite with touches of luxury which include an Aqualisa shower above the L shaped bath, underfloor heating, heated towel rail and sensor lit mirror. Looking over the garden, two light and airy double bedrooms each have pretty period features and fitted wardrobes whilst at the front, either of the two majestic double rooms could be the master bedroom as both have ample floor space, beautiful fireplaces, stylish storage and glittering sea views through broad west facing bays. Agent’s thoughts This beautifully presented home is the prime house in a quiet but well-connected enclave popular with families, professionals and commuters. Owner’s secret “Close to the beach, we’re away from the tourist trail but you can still walk to restaurants, bars and theatres so you won’t need the car in the evenings.” Where it is Shops: Local 2 minute walk, Georgian Lanes 10 minutes Train Station: Brighton 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront under 5 to walk, Queen’s Park about 10 minutes Closest schools Primary: St Mark’s, St Luke’s Secondary: Dorothy Stringer, Varndean Sixth Form: Varndean, BHASVIC Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove High

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Owner's secret...

“Close to the beach, we’re away from the tourist trail but you can still walk to restaurants, bars and theatres so you won’t need the car in the evenings.”

Agent's thoughts...

This light and spacious apartment is by the sought after Kemptown Village, close to the beach and with a bohemian café culture and independent, specialist shops as well as a co-op, post office and chemist. The lively bars and restaurants of St James’ Street, which takes you to the Royal Pavilion, are also just a stroll. The hospital, law courts and Amex are nearby and good schools, the theatres and Lanes of central Brighton are all within walking distance, as is the Marina with its health club, cinemas, casino and waterfront restaurants. There are local buses into the city, along the coast and to the universities and the proximity to Brighton train station with its fast links to Gatwick and London makes commuting possible. For those who need a car, both the A23/27 are easy to reach, and there’s no waiting list for permit H zone.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minute walk, Georgian Lanes 10 minutes Train Station: Brighton 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront under 5 to walk, Queen’s Park about 10 minutes Closest schools Primary: St Mark’s, St Luke’s Secondary: Dorothy Stringer, Varndean Sixth Form: Varndean, BHASVIC Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove High

With loving care the current owner has breathed new life into this glorious Victorian home which is quietly situated on the edge of the fashionable Kemp Town Village. The result is a light, elegant home providing a luxury lifestyle complete with energy efficient windows, new plumbing, updated wiring- which includes a Nest heat and fire alarm system- and damp proof course. The only double fronted house in the terrace, a traditional tiled path steps up past symmetrical terraces to an inviting entrance which reveals a hushed hallway with period features including a rare cascade handrail for the sweeping staircase, glimpses of the garden and, a practical working home, a chic cloakroom designed to save water is carefully tucked away. Returning to timeless appeal, burnished floorboards walk you into a grand, sun filled reception with a feature arch and glimpses of the sea and there’s a handsome marble fireplace with embossed black stone. Sociably opposite, the formal dining room is ideal for entertaining in style with elegant proportions, luxuriant carpet, original cornice above your head and a beautiful art nouveau motif on the period fireplace. Bright, cheerful and in classic style suited to the age of the building, the kitchen’s thoughtfully planned with everything to hand. The fridge and freezer are integrated for you, a hood keeps things fragrant, there’s plumbing for a dishwasher and the fabulous gas Rangemaster 110 could stay, subject to circumstance. Across the hallway, a spacious, sunny room with picture windows framing the garden has performed a variety of functions as required, changing from breakfast room to study to snug. Also at the back of the house the conservatory has a concealed utility area and opens to a big, east facing garden, raised to catch the sun- which it does. Paved for ease of maintenance and scented by a mature lilac tree, this warm brick walled haven is secure, so child and pet friendly. Upstairs, the spacious bathroom has a contemporary suite with touches of luxury which include an Aqualisa shower above the L shaped bath, underfloor heating, heated towel rail and sensor lit mirror. Looking over the garden, two light and airy double bedrooms each have pretty period features and fitted wardrobes whilst at the front, either of the two majestic double rooms could be the master bedroom as both have ample floor space, beautiful fireplaces, stylish storage and glittering sea views through broad west facing bays.

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