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Sunnydale Avenue

Peacefully tucked away in a quiet suburb of the city stands this newly built, contemporary four-bedroom home. Completed in recent weeks, it stands as one of a semi-detached pair with vast windows and a beautifully designed interior which balances family living with a luxurious lifestyle. Deceptively spacious and filled with natural light from east to west, this substantial home offers versatile living spaces for families of all sizes and ages. The open plan reception rooms link seamlessly with the west facing garden, and the finish throughout is exemplary. With off street parking for up to three cars; easy access to the A23 and Preston Park Station, and with excellent schools nearby, this is the ideal home for many.

style:
Semi Detached
bedrooms:
4
bathrooms:
2
living rooms:
2

parking:
Off Street Parking
location:
Patcham


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Price
£650,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP190068
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Patcham
Rooms
2
Beds
4
Baths
2

Why you'll like it...

In brief: Style: 2019 semi-detached family home Bedrooms: 4; 2 double, 2 large singles Bathrooms: 3; 1 en suite Living rooms: 2-3 inc. very spacious open plan kitchen/family room Area: 1555 sq.ft. 144.5 sq.m Outside: west facing rear garden Location: Patcham Parking: Hardstanding for 2-3 cars Why you’ll like it: Once just a quaint village, Patcham grew to join Brighton during the early 20th Century, and it is now a thriving suburb with tree lined avenues, generous family homes and fantastic transport links. The last ten years has seen the further regeneration to area as more and more families move from the city centre to find homes with more space; surrounded by greenery and fresh air. This house has been built as one of a pair, and while they are clearly contemporary in style, with crisp lines and ample glazing, they sit happily in their surroundings. Set back from the road behind a neat brick drive, the property impresses from the moment you enter. A wide entrance hall leads through to the open plan kitchen and dining room to the rear, and the sheer scale of the house becomes apparent. From the front door you have a line of sight taking you all the way through the house and to the garden beyond and engineered oak flooring in warm honey tones complements the dove grey walls perfectly. This palette is echoed in the internal doors and leads through to the sitting room to the left which is both homely with a wood burning stove, and bright and airy with full height windows looking out to the forecourt. With a second reception room, the layout is ideal for families with older children who like to entertain independently on occasion, or for the adults to have a grown-up space to relax after a long day. Moving through the house, you pass a vast under-stairs cupboard with ample room for bikes and buggies, and a downstairs WC and wet-room – an essential in any family home to avoid queues on busy mornings. From here, the house opens up to the exceptional, split level kitchen, dining room and snug. Porcelain slate flooring with underfloor heating unifies the space, and the westerly wall feels almost entirely glazed framing stunning views of the garden. The entire ground floor and all bathrooms benefit from underfloor heating. French doors lead out to a decked patio below a pergola – ripe for climbing plants or vines, or from the snug, a wall of bi-fold doors links seamlessly with the sandstone patio for alfresco dining during summer. Raised sleeper beds surround the lawn and are filled with established plants, and there is plenty of space for children’s play equipment and ball games. Returning to the kitchen, the dark-teal units and central island have been paired with white acrylic worktops for a hardwearing and stylish finish, and into these, the gas hob and sink have been seamlessly cut-in. The dishwasher and dual ovens have also been integrated, leaving space for an American fridge freezer, and the there is a utility room with space for a washer and a dryer. Side access also allows you to bring in muddy boots, paws and bikes to the utility room rather than traipsing them through the immaculate house. Plush carpet leads the way upstairs where there are four bedrooms; two facing the front and two looking out over the garden, but all with floor to ceiling windows to bring in plenty of natural light and views. From the rear, these really come into their own, taking in the far reaching views over Preston Valley below ever-changing skies. The master has a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and a chic en suite shower room, tiled in dark porcelaine with a double-width rainfall shower. The remaining rooms share use of the travertine tiled family bathroom which is equally luxurious with a shower over the bath and underfloor heating. Agent’s thoughts: The space, light and exceptional finish within these homes is impressive, and they feel far more spacious inside than their exterior implies. Owner’s secret: “It has been a real labour of love building these homes, but I am incredibly happy with the results. They work perfectly as family homes with space to spread out and the rooms can have a range of functions depending on need. The views are lovely from the back of the house – particularly the sunsets, and along with the architects, every space was designed with both form and function in mind.” Where it is: Shops: Local 4 min walk, city centre 15 min bus ride Train Station: Preston Park Station 20 min walk, 5 min cycle Seafront or Park: Withdean Park 5 min walk, Seafront 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Westdene Primary, Patcham Infants and Junior Schools Secondary: Patcham High School Private: Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

“It has been a real labour of love building these homes, but I am incredibly happy with the results. They work perfectly as family homes with space to spread out and the rooms can have a range of functions depending on need. The views are lovely from the back of the house – particularly the sunsets, and along with the architects, every space was designed with both form and function in mind.”

Agent's thoughts...

This brand-new house is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and green spaces on your doorstep. Withdean Sports Complex is nearby, and the city centre shopping districts and beach are also within easy reach by bus. This house also offers easy access to Preston Park Station, the A27 and A23, all with direct and fast links to the airports and London should you require them on a daily or weekly basis.

where it is...



Shops: Local 4 min walk, city centre 15 min bus ride Train Station: Preston Park Station 20 min walk, 5 min cycle Seafront or Park: Withdean Park 5 min walk, Seafront 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Westdene Primary, Patcham Infants and Junior Schools Secondary: Patcham High School Private: Brighton College

Once just a quaint village, Patcham grew to join Brighton during the early 20th Century, and it is now a thriving suburb with tree lined avenues, generous family homes and fantastic transport links. The last ten years has seen the further regeneration to area as more and more families move from the city centre to find homes with more space; surrounded by greenery and fresh air. This house has been built as one of a pair, and while they are clearly contemporary in style, with crisp lines and ample glazing, they sit happily in their surroundings. Set back from the road behind a neat brick drive, the property impresses from the moment you enter. A wide entrance hall leads through to the open plan kitchen and dining room to the rear, and the sheer scale of the house becomes apparent. From the front door you have a line of sight taking you all the way through the house and to the garden beyond and engineered oak flooring in warm honey tones complements the dove grey walls perfectly. This palette is echoed in the internal doors and leads through to the sitting room to the left which is both homely with a wood burning stove, and bright and airy with full height windows looking out to the forecourt. With a second reception room, the layout is ideal for families with older children who like to entertain independently on occasion, or for the adults to have a grown-up space to relax after a long day. Moving through the house, you pass a vast under-stairs cupboard with ample room for bikes and buggies, and a downstairs WC and wet-room – an essential in any family home to avoid queues on busy mornings. From here, the house opens up to the exceptional, split level kitchen, dining room and snug. Porcelain slate flooring with underfloor heating unifies the space, and the westerly wall feels almost entirely glazed framing stunning views of the garden. The entire ground floor and all bathrooms benefit from underfloor heating. French doors lead out to a decked patio below a pergola – ripe for climbing plants or vines, or from the snug, a wall of bi-fold doors links seamlessly with the sandstone patio for alfresco dining during summer. Raised sleeper beds surround the lawn and are filled with established plants, and there is plenty of space for children’s play equipment and ball games. Returning to the kitchen, the dark-teal units and central island have been paired with white acrylic worktops for a hardwearing and stylish finish, and into these, the gas hob and sink have been seamlessly cut-in. The dishwasher and dual ovens have also been integrated, leaving space for an American fridge freezer, and the there is a utility room with space for a washer and a dryer. Side access also allows you to bring in muddy boots, paws and bikes to the utility room rather than traipsing them through the immaculate house. Plush carpet leads the way upstairs where there are four bedrooms; two facing the front and two looking out over the garden, but all with floor to ceiling windows to bring in plenty of natural light and views. From the rear, these really come into their own, taking in the far reaching views over Preston Valley below ever-changing skies. The master has a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and a chic en suite shower room, tiled in dark porcelaine with a double-width rainfall shower. The remaining rooms share use of the travertine tiled family bathroom which is equally luxurious with a shower over the bath and underfloor heating.

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