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Tidy Street BN1

Having been recently refurbished to the highest standards, this exceptional home is the epitome of luxury. Spread over four floors, and with four double bedrooms, there is certainly enough space for families, yet the contemporary finish, cinema room and hot tub suggest this is the ideal home for entertaining too. Only the finest materials and fixtures have been used in its creation, and although it is an early-Victorian build, the very bones of the house have been renewed, bringing it up to date with the 21st Century lifestyle. Located amidst the exclusive boutique shops and cafes of the North Laine Shopping District, and a minute’s walk from Brighton Station, this house would make an excellent home for commuters and professional sharers, and has even been a popular holiday let!

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
4
bathrooms:
2
living rooms:
2
floor area:
1460 sq.ft.

outside:
North Laine
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
North Laines


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Price
£795,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK180423
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
North Laines
Home area
1460 sq.ft.
Rooms
2
Beds
4
Baths
2

Why you'll like it...

The North Laine area has a long and diverse history, but more recently it has been known as ‘the cultural heart of the city’ due to its eclectic and vibrant mix of artisan cafes, fashion boutiques, antique shops and galleries. It is also a foodie haven with niche independent stores and plenty of hip pubs and wine bars with cutting-edge menus – and this fantastic house sits right in its midst. It is immaculate on the approach, with a dove grey façade, and as soon as you enter, the high level of renovation becomes clear. The finish throughout is stunning; including bespoke joinery to all internal doors, built-in wardrobes and dressers; recessed lighting; a stylish Farrow and Ball palette; and every surface, light fitting, and fixture is of the finest quality. You enter in to a long corridor where recessed ceiling lighting sets the mood, and first on the left is the cinema/party room/snug which was once the garage. Industrial lights add to the cinematic feel, and a drinks dresser has been built in. Secondary coloured lights around the TV just add to the party atmosphere, and there is room for several people on soft and comfortable furnishings. Following a contemporary pinstripe carpet along the hall, you first pass the bathroom which has a triple width shower with a rainfall showerhead, and fully tiled walls in marbled porcelain. At the far end is bedroom two which is a peaceful room to with two easterly sash windows looking out over the wood panelled courtyard garden, so it is not overlooked by neighbours at all. It is a generous room which also boasts an en suite shower room with a tall walk in shower, tiled in slate grey, and there’s a flash of zesty lime on the unit below the hand basin. Downstairs is a wonderfully light and airy room with slim, pale-timber floors boards and an open plan contemporary kitchen to the left. The seamless matt-white units have been paired with lime-green Corian worktops, and into these, the sink and induction hob have been seamlessly cut-in. Dual ovens, a microwave, a tall fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher have also been integrated, and an arm of the kitchen forms a breakfast bar. Ideal for socialising, this room is private and has an integrated sound system, and space for a generous formal dining table. The easterly wall is almost entirely glazed with patio doors leading out to the courtyard which has outdoor party lights and a sizable, 8-seater hot tub which has been built under cover for both privacy and for use all year round. Returning to the house, you take the stairs to the first floor and to the master bedroom which spans the front of the house. This has the original, wide Regency floorboards which have been stripped and polished, plus a beautiful open fireplace with an ornate white fire surround and a cast iron insert, flanked by floral tiles; so popular in the Victorian period. Next door is bedroom three, and it is from here you access the roof terrace. This gets more sun than the patio due to its elevation, and looks out over the rooftops of the city to the east – perfect for your morning coffee. As expected, the finish throughout is immaculate in stylish grey tones, with the woodwork picked out in white. The family bathroom is at the end of the hall on this floor, and this is a comfortable size with a modern white suite, and has both a bath and a large walk in shower. As with the bathroom below, the walls have a sophisticated marbled tile, and a wall of hand built cupboards contain storage for you linen and toiletries, plus the eco-immersion boiler which supplies this room only, allowing the pressure throughout the house to remain constant. A further flight of stairs takes you up to the top bedroom in the loft conversion. This is another well-proportioned room with a dormer window for extra head room, and also allows far reaching views over chimney stacks to Kemp Town and the newly renovated white spiers of St James’ Church. The window has both electric blinds and Switchable Smart glass which can change from clear to frosted with the flick of a switch! Agent's thoughts There is a waiting list for this parking zone, but with so much of the city accessible on foot, and with excellent transport links nearby, you may prefer to be car free. Owner's secret “The North Laine is buzzing, and there is a really cool community which live in these terraces. We renovated the house for use as a high-end holiday let, which has been hugely successful, but we have also lived here, and it is a fantastic place for entertaining. It was a labour of love, and no corners were cut in its creation, so we are really proud of the results. We just hope the next inhabitants enjoy it as much as we have.” Where it is Shops: On your doorstep Train Station: Brighton Station 2 min walk Seafront or Park: Pavilion Lawns 3 min walk, Seafront 8 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Middle Street Primary School Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

“The North Laine is buzzing, and there is a really cool community which live in these terraces. We renovated the house for use as a high-end holiday let, which has been hugely successful, but we have also lived here, and it is a fantastic place for entertaining. It was a labour of love, and no corners were cut in its creation, so we are really proud of the results. We just hope the next inhabitants enjoy it as much as we have.”

Agent's thoughts...

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

where it is...



Shops: On your doorstep Train Station: Brighton Station 2 min walk Seafront or Park: Pavilion Lawns 3 min walk, Seafront 8 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Middle Street Primary School Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

The North Laine area has a long and diverse history, but more recently it has been known as ‘the cultural heart of the city’ due to its eclectic and vibrant mix of artisan cafes, fashion boutiques, antique shops and galleries. It is also a foodie haven with niche independent stores and plenty of hip pubs and wine bars with cutting-edge menus - and this fantastic house sits right in its midst. It is immaculate on the approach, with a dove grey façade, and as soon as you enter, the high level of renovation becomes clear. The finish throughout is stunning; including bespoke joinery to all internal doors, built-in wardrobes and dressers; recessed lighting; a stylish Farrow and Ball palette; and every surface, light fitting, and fixture is of the finest quality. You enter in to a long corridor where recessed ceiling lighting sets the mood, and first on the left is the cinema/party room/snug which was once the garage. Industrial lights add to the cinematic feel, and a drinks dresser has been built in. Secondary coloured lights around the TV just add to the party atmosphere, and there is room for several people on soft and comfortable furnishings. Following a contemporary pinstripe carpet along the hall, you first pass the bathroom which has a triple width shower with a rainfall showerhead, and fully tiled walls in marbled porcelain. At the far end is bedroom two which is a peaceful room to with two easterly sash windows looking out over the wood panelled courtyard garden, so it is not overlooked by neighbours at all. It is a generous room which also boasts an en suite shower room with a tall walk in shower, tiled in slate grey, and there’s a flash of zesty lime on the unit below the hand basin. Downstairs is a wonderfully light and airy room with slim, pale-timber floors boards and an open plan contemporary kitchen to the left. The seamless matt-white units have been paired with lime-green Corian worktops, and into these, the sink and induction hob have been seamlessly cut-in. Dual ovens, a microwave, a tall fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher have also been integrated, and an arm of the kitchen forms a breakfast bar. Ideal for socialising, this room is private and has an integrated sound system, and space for a generous formal dining table. The easterly wall is almost entirely glazed with patio doors leading out to the courtyard which has outdoor party lights and a sizable, 8-seater hot tub which has been built under cover for both privacy and for use all year round. Returning to the house, you take the stairs to the first floor and to the master bedroom which spans the front of the house. This has the original, wide Regency floorboards which have been stripped and polished, plus a beautiful open fireplace with an ornate white fire surround and a cast iron insert, flanked by floral tiles; so popular in the Victorian period. Next door is bedroom three, and it is from here you access the roof terrace. This gets more sun than the patio due to its elevation, and looks out over the rooftops of the city to the east - perfect for your morning coffee. As expected, the finish throughout is immaculate in stylish grey tones, with the woodwork picked out in white. The family bathroom is at the end of the hall on this floor, and this is a comfortable size with a modern white suite, and has both a bath and a large walk in shower. As with the bathroom below, the walls have a sophisticated marbled tile, and a wall of hand built cupboards contain storage for you linen and toiletries, plus the eco-immersion boiler which supplies this room only, allowing the pressure throughout the house to remain constant. A further flight of stairs takes you up to the top bedroom in the loft conversion. This is another well-proportioned room with a dormer window for extra head room, and also allows far reaching views over chimney stacks to Kemp Town and the newly renovated white spiers of St James’ Church. The window has both electric blinds and Switchable Smart glass which can change from clear to frosted with the flick of a switch!

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