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Roedean Crescent BN2

Serene in its own beautiful grounds, both sun and sea stream through this three bedroom Arts and Crafts beauty with a garage, off street parking and prime Roedean address close to the famous school. Built during the 1930’s in ‘Tudorbethan’ style, oak beams and sculpted fireplaces bring character and comfort to an impressive detached home where a sociable ground floor opens to south facing terraces and landscaped garden - which you can enjoy through all the seasons from a spacious conservatory. Upstairs the bedrooms are big and inviting, and all about recharging in a magnificent setting, the master bedroom has its own large terrace looking over the Marina to the English Channel.

style:
Detached
bedrooms:
3
bathrooms:
2
living rooms:
2
floor area:
2288 sq.ft.

outside:
Roedean
parking:
Off Street Parking
location:
Roedean


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Price
£1,500,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK190340
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Roedean
Home area
2288 sq.ft.
Rooms
2
Beds
3
Baths
2

Why you'll like it...

Why you’ll like it Drop diamond windows and hand crafted timbers adorn the exterior of this substantial property which has glorious views of the English Channel from all of the main rooms. Inside, you’ll experience cosmopolitan coastal living at its most sophisticated but there are discreet practical touches like the energy efficient windows in keeping with the style of the house and a utility room by the gate to the parking so sports kits can go straight into the machines. All improvements have been sensitive, keeping irreplaceable period details such as the mellow oak beams, panelling and bespoke staircase which greet you in the hallway, and don’t forget there is still room to grow with your family as there’s a large attic. the reception, conservatory and dining room. Full of sunlight the elegant reception runs the full depth of the original building with a south wall of glass which frames the landscaped garden and opens to a spacious conservatory which has glimpses of the Marina and coastal views. Refined of decoration with hand built traditional cabinets, the reception is inviting all year round as the windows lining the room are double glazed and the carved stone fireplace now houses a flame effect gas fire. Leading out to the south terrace, the comfortable conservatory is ideal for parties as well as family gatherings. Quietly impressive, the dining room is at the heart of this home with oak both underfoot and overhead. By day your guests can relish the views across the Marina and the sea, and by night, you can dim the lights and enjoy the handsome wood burner within its sculpted stone surround. The kitchen/diner and utility Flowing into the garden and with dazzling sea views, this cosmopolitan kitchen/diner is designed with family and friends in mind. A traditional classic with an informal table built in, it’s thoughtfully organised whilst high spec appliances, including a Neff touch induction hob, oven and grill, fridge and freezer make entertaining easy. A larder ensures the room remains clutter free and the discrete utility has access to the garden and gate to the hard standing. The gardens A leafy paradise made private from the quiet crescent by mature hedges and trees, the gardens wrap around the house. At the front, statement planting to each side of the central path sets the bar high and a paved driveway leads to the garage and hard standing for several cars. At the back, a sun terrace with wonderful open views along the sussex coast runs from the conservatory along the whole of the back of the house and tucks around to one side where you’ll find the bike shed by the gate to the parking. Steps take you down to a private dining terrace, scented by roses with a glittering seascape. A secluded lawn is bordered by beds with a central flower bed creating hidden ‘rooms’ to explore, two ponds are a boon for wildlife and it’s easy to forget that you’re just minutes from the city of Brighton & Hove in unusually large grounds full of birdsong. The master bedroom – first floor Quiet and calm, the master bedroom gazes over your garden to yachts at safe harbour and the ever changing English Channel– so it’s private as well as restful. With serene dimensions you should sleep well, and it’s ready to move into with tasteful décor and all the fitted wardrobes you could dream of. The south wall opens to one of the largest roof terraces we’ve seen with glorious views across the gardens of the crescent to open water so it’s a perfect spot for breakfast or romantic nightcaps. two double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Big and bright with boundless views both generous double bedrooms are ready to move into. Each are stylish and peaceful at the back of the house and one, used as a comfortable study, has secret access to under eave storage. For relaxing or recharging your batteries, you can bathe in glory in a claw footed baignoir in the luxurious bathroom drying off with warmed towels, or reinvigorate in the wet room style shower room with a dual choice of shower head. Agents thoughts Light and spacious with outstanding views and large plot of land, this is a fine example of an Arts & Crafts house which still has room to grow subject to the usual consents. Owners’ secret “Although it has been a private, quiet home, we have enjoyed many happy celebrations here. Close to Brighton, the sea and on the edge of the South Downs National Park our children have experienced the best of all worlds, and our neighbours are friendly and considerate – there is a Roedean Association meeting at the golf club bar 2 or 3 times a year just to say hello if you want to.” Where it is Shops: Local 2 minutes, The Lanes about 5 minutes by cab Station: Brighton mainline about 20 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront is under 10 minutes as are the golf course and park Closest schools Primary: St Mark’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Roedean, Brighton College, Brighton Steiner

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Owner's secret...

“Although it has been a private, quiet home, we have enjoyed many happy celebrations here. Close to Brighton, the sea and on the edge of the South Downs National Park our children have experienced the best of all worlds, and our neighbours are friendly and considerate – there is a Roedean Association meeting at the golf club bar 2 or 3 times a year just to say hello if you want to.”

Agent's thoughts...

This unique home is in a prestigious area close to the beach with a local High Street and within walking distance of the cosmopolitan Marina with its health club, cinemas, casino and waterfront restaurants. Kemptown can be reached on foot and the cultural heart of the city’s about 5 minutes by cab. Award winning schools, including Roedean, Brighton Steiner and Brighton College are just minutes away, a park, a 72 par golf course and access to the Downs are a stroll, and as Brighton Station serving Gatwick and London is easy to reach by car, cab or bus, this glamorous home would suit couples, families of any age and weekenders.

where it is...



Shops: Local 2 minutes, The Lanes about 5 minutes by cab Station: Brighton mainline about 20 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront is under 10 minutes as are the golf course and park Closest schools Primary: St Mark’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Roedean, Brighton College, Brighton Steiner

Drop diamond windows and hand crafted timbers adorn the exterior of this substantial property which has glorious views of the English Channel from all of the main rooms. Inside, you’ll experience cosmopolitan coastal living at its most sophisticated but there are discreet practical touches like the energy efficient windows in keeping with the style of the house and a utility room by the gate to the parking so sports kits can go straight into the machines. All improvements have been sensitive, keeping irreplaceable period details such as the mellow oak beams, panelling and bespoke staircase which greet you in the hallway, and don’t forget there is still room to grow with your family as there’s a large attic. the reception, conservatory and dining room. Full of sunlight the elegant reception runs the full depth of the original building with a south wall of glass which frames the landscaped garden and opens to a spacious conservatory which has glimpses of the Marina and coastal views. Refined of decoration with hand built traditional cabinets, the reception is inviting all year round as the windows lining the room are double glazed and the carved stone fireplace now houses a flame effect gas fire. Leading out to the south terrace, the comfortable conservatory is ideal for parties as well as family gatherings. Quietly impressive, the dining room is at the heart of this home with oak both underfoot and overhead. By day your guests can relish the views across the Marina and the sea, and by night, you can dim the lights and enjoy the handsome wood burner within its sculpted stone surround. The kitchen/diner and utility Flowing into the garden and with dazzling sea views, this cosmopolitan kitchen/diner is designed with family and friends in mind. A traditional classic with an informal table built in, it’s thoughtfully organised whilst high spec appliances, including a Neff touch induction hob, oven and grill, fridge and freezer make entertaining easy. A larder ensures the room remains clutter free and the discrete utility has access to the garden and gate to the hard standing. The gardens A leafy paradise made private from the quiet crescent by mature hedges and trees, the gardens wrap around the house. At the front, statement planting to each side of the central path sets the bar high and a paved driveway leads to the garage and hard standing for several cars. At the back, a sun terrace with wonderful open views along the sussex coast runs from the conservatory along the whole of the back of the house and tucks around to one side where you’ll find the bike shed by the gate to the parking. Steps take you down to a private dining terrace, scented by roses with a glittering seascape. A secluded lawn is bordered by beds with a central flower bed creating hidden ‘rooms’ to explore, two ponds are a boon for wildlife and it’s easy to forget that you’re just minutes from the city of Brighton & Hove in unusually large grounds full of birdsong. The master bedroom - first floor Quiet and calm, the master bedroom gazes over your garden to yachts at safe harbour and the ever changing English Channel– so it’s private as well as restful. With serene dimensions you should sleep well, and it’s ready to move into with tasteful décor and all the fitted wardrobes you could dream of. The south wall opens to one of the largest roof terraces we’ve seen with glorious views across the gardens of the crescent to open water so it’s a perfect spot for breakfast or romantic nightcaps. two double bedrooms and two bathrooms. Big and bright with boundless views both generous double bedrooms are ready to move into. Each are stylish and peaceful at the back of the house and one, used as a comfortable study, has secret access to under eave storage. For relaxing or recharging your batteries, you can bathe in glory in a claw footed baignoir in the luxurious bathroom drying off with warmed towels, or reinvigorate in the wet room style shower room with a dual choice of shower head.

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