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Arundel Street BN2

Every room is big and bright in this cheerful three bedroom house with a large west facing garden designed for al fresco entertaining- and a rare garage. Tucked away on a quiet street this inviting home has a lot to offer if you want to be close to the city centre but sleep at night. Inside the decoration is simple but stylish with salt hardy UPVC windows are installed, so light and airy in summer, it’s warmly welcoming during the winter months. With a local high street and supermarket nearby, it is close to the cosmopolitan shops, cinemas and waterfront restaurants of the Marina and this location is increasingly popular with professionals and families as people realise just how convenient this peaceful location is - the vibrant heart of the city is 5 minutes by cab and the station serving Gatwick and London is easy to reach by Sobi hire bike or by bus.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
3
floor area:
Kemp Town

outside:
815 sq. ft
parking:
Off Street Parking
location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£500,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK200310
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
Kemp Town
Beds
3

Why you'll like it...

Tucked away in a quiet street where you will see the sea every time you leave the house, outside, this pretty terraced house behind a front garden has plenty of kerb appeal. Inside, clean lines and practical engineered flooring of the hallway continue into the spacious sitting room at the front of the property where a broad bay window almost fills the east wall. Bright and cheerful there is plenty of space to relax in or share with friends and it is clutter free thanks to a deep under stair cupboard. Next door, an inviting dining room is full of sunshine. A generous size with a feature fireplace for character and plenty of room for a big table where homework can be discussed or guests can enjoy the view, glass doors slide open to the landscaped garden which is large and level – a fabulous combination hard to find in a city built on hills. Child and pet secure, and perfect for parties, a central astro turf lawn is surrounded by broad stone terraces, there are power points for lights and music and the gate in the far wall opens to a shared driveway to the garage, which although overgrown could easily be restored to its former glory. Returning inside, the kitchen is next to the dining room, so many neighbours have joined the two spaces. In traditional style, white units are topped by family friendly surfaces and to help get you started the electric cooker, fridge and washing machine could stay, subject to circumstance. At the top of the stairs the landing has access to the attic (some neighbours have Velux in the roofline) and the contemporary shower room will sooth any cares of the day away with a luxury dual head shower, lit mirror, plenty of storage and a warming rail for towels. Looking over gardens at the back, the first of the quiet double bedrooms has wardrobes fitted into both alcoves and at the front, the second double bedroom faces east for the morning sunshine and also has wardrobes built in. Next door a large single bedroom is an ideal nursery, but with discreet shelving behind the door it could also make a comfortable study if you were thinking of working from home. Agent says “Homes always sell quickly on this quiet friendly street, especially as there are now plans under discussion to develop the neighbouring seafront area of Black Rock, and very few have garages.” Owner’s secret “I bought the house from my grandparents as I have always loved this street which has offered different things at different times – when I was 7 I loved the sea and football pitches of the park being so close, and as I grew older I enjoyed being able to get the bus straight into the city, so I had some independence. Now I appreciate the quietude even though it is an easy commute to work and the local shops, cafés and bistro pubs make Sundays easy.” What’s around you Shops: Local 2 minute walk, Marina 5, The Lanes about 5 minutes by cab Station: Brighton about 20 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront is 5 minutes on foot as are the golf course and park Closest schools Primary: St Mark’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Sixth form: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer, BHASVIC, MET Private: Brighton Steiner, Roedean, Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

“I bought the house from my grandparents as I have always loved this street which has offered different things at different times – when I was 7 I loved the sea and football pitches of the park being so close, and as I grew older I enjoyed being able to get the bus straight into the city, so I had some independence. Now I appreciate the quietude even though it is an easy commute to work and the local shops, cafés and bistro pubs make Sundays easy.”

Agent's thoughts...

In a quiet area of this cosmopolitan coastal resort close to the beach there are friendly local amenities including a supermarket, fabulous Marmalade Café and stylish Daddy Long Legs bistro pub. The bohemian café culture of Kemptown Village and the Marina with its health club, cinemas, casino and restaurants are both within walking distance. The hospital, law courts and Amex are close and some of the best schools in the county as well as the theatres and Lanes of central Brighton are all easy to reach. Buses into the city, along the coast and to the universities are nearby and the proximity to Brighton train station with its fast link to Gatwick and London makes commuting possible. For those who need a car, there is a rare garage and both the A23/27 are easy to reach.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minute walk, Marina 5, The Lanes about 5 minutes by cab Station: Brighton about 20 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront is 5 minutes on foot as are the golf course and park Closest schools Primary: St Mark’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Sixth form: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer, BHASVIC, MET Private: Brighton Steiner, Roedean, Brighton College

Tucked away in a quiet street where you will see the sea every time you leave the house, outside, this pretty terraced house behind a front garden has plenty of kerb appeal. Inside, clean lines and practical engineered flooring of the hallway continue into the spacious sitting room at the front of the property where a broad bay window almost fills the east wall. Bright and cheerful there is plenty of space to relax in or share with friends and it is clutter free thanks to a deep under stair cupboard. Next door, an inviting dining room is full of sunshine. A generous size with a feature fireplace for character and plenty of room for a big table where homework can be discussed or guests can enjoy the view, glass doors slide open to the landscaped garden which is large and level - a fabulous combination hard to find in a city built on hills. Child and pet secure, and perfect for parties, a central astro turf lawn is surrounded by broad stone terraces, there are power points for lights and music and the gate in the far wall opens to a shared driveway to the garage, which although overgrown could easily be restored to its former glory. Returning inside, the kitchen is next to the dining room, so many neighbours have joined the two spaces. In traditional style, white units are topped by family friendly surfaces and to help get you started the electric cooker, fridge and washing machine could stay, subject to circumstance. At the top of the stairs the landing has access to the attic (some neighbours have Velux in the roofline) and the contemporary shower room will sooth any cares of the day away with a luxury dual head shower, lit mirror, plenty of storage and a warming rail for towels. Looking over gardens at the back, the first of the quiet double bedrooms has wardrobes fitted into both alcoves and at the front, the second double bedroom faces east for the morning sunshine and also has wardrobes built in. Next door a large single bedroom is an ideal nursery, but with discreet shelving behind the door it could also make a comfortable study if you were thinking of working from home.

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