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Crown Gardens BN1

Sensitively restored to its former glory, this three bedroom double fronted house is in a quintessential Georgian twitten quietly tucked away just five minutes from Brighton station and moments from the fashionable shopping of Queen's Road. A private paradise, there's a holiday feel as you step through into an exotic walled garden full of sunshine and the sociable aspect of this beautifully refurbished home continues inside with big bright rooms, flowing layout and west facing roof terrace.

style:
End of Terrace
bedrooms:
3
floor area:
1140 sq.ft.

outside:
West Hill conservation area
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Brighton City Centre


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Price
£780,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP190321
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Brighton City Centre
Home area
1140 sq.ft.
Beds
3

Why you'll like it...

Quietly tucked away on a pedestrian twitten between the chic North Laine and buzz of Churchill Square, this unique end of terrace home has a large garden in front of it and no building directly behind it, so a notable feature of this home is that it's quieter and brighter than many in this central location. Secure behind a wall, the garden is exceptionally inviting with built in seating around a large paved dining area, raised beds of exotic, evergreen plants including palms and bamboo, a hidden bike store and sensor lighting to guide you home at night. It's worth taking a moment to admire the beauty of this Georgian, double fronted building and inside continues to impress with a ground floor which has been partly opened up to create a welcoming flow between the two sides of the house, ideal for relaxing or entertaining. Big windows and generous ceiling height keep the space light and the modern flooring, which features throughout the home, brings a contemporary twist as well as evoking a seaside feel. To the right, the spacious living room opens to the garden and has a broad bay with a sill large enough to sit on to admire it whatever the weather. The central staircase has a deep cupboard and discreet shower room tucked away beneath it, and the dining room, with garden views, steps up to the kitchen area allowing the cook to be sociable. Linked to the dining area by a breakfast bar and custom made by Peter Henderson of Brighton, the kitchen's beautifully planned, the painted units concealing sophisticated storage. The Bosch fridge freezer is integrated for you, the ILVE multi fuel range could stay subject to circumstance and negotiation and plumbing's in place for two machines. The first floor is effectively a fabulous master suite: A restful bedroom of generous proportions and with garden views has an ingenious dressing area lined with bespoke storage secreted away, and across the hallway, a spacious bathroom has a freestanding bath and traditional fittings in keeping with the age of the building – although the sculptural heated rail and film star style mirror are modern touches of luxury. Peaceful and private at the top of the house, two guest bedrooms, both double, have plenty of character of their own and hand built cabinets and shelving provide unusually ample space for clothes and treasures. Bringing a strong finish to this uniquely charming home, a private staircase leads from the butterfly landing to the stylish roof terrace with led lighting inset into the wall and open views over the pretty gardens of the homes on the quiet, one way street behind. Agent's thoughts “Ideal for commuters, you can also reach every part of the city from here on foot, by bus or by cab.” Owner's secret "We love the historic and quiet character of the twitten and the quirky nature of the house which is always light and welcoming. We entertain a lot and hope you like the flow of the rooms into each other and the garden which has worked well for us. We have enjoyed the lush greenery of the trees and shrubs in all seasons and as it's enclosed, it's sheltered from high winds as well as safe for children and pets." Where it is Shops: North Laines 1 minute Train Station: Brighton Station a 4 minute walk Seafront or Park: Seafront about a 10 minute walk, St. Nicholas Rest Gardens 4 minutes Closest schools Primary: St Paul's C of E Secondary: Dorothy Stringer, Varndean Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High

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Owner's secret...

"We love the historic and quiet character of the twitten and the quirky nature of the house which is always light and welcoming. We entertain a lot and hope you like the flow of the rooms into each other and the garden which has worked well for us. We have enjoyed the lush greenery of the trees and shrubs in all seasons and as it's enclosed, it's sheltered from high winds as well as safe for children and pets."

Agent's thoughts...

Ideal for commuters as the station’s just a five minute stroll, this character cottage in the West Hill conservation area has fashionable shops, restaurants, clubs, cinemas and theatres on the doorstep, and the fashionable shopping of Churchill Square is also just a short walk. Bright and spacious, it’s conveniently located for city parks that provide cool green spaces and host numerous arts events all year round. For those who love the outdoors, Brighton beach, the Downs and the cosmopolitan waterfront amenities of Brighton Marina are easy to reach.

where it is...

Shops: North Laines 1 minute Train Station: Brighton Station a 4 minute walk Seafront or Park: Seafront about a 10 minute walk, St. Nicholas Rest Gardens 4 minutes Closest schools Primary: St Paul's C of E Secondary: Dorothy Stringer, Varndean Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High

Quietly tucked away on a pedestrian twitten between the chic North Laine and buzz of Churchill Square, this unique end of terrace home has a large garden in front of it and no building directly behind it, so a notable feature of this home is that it's quieter and brighter than many in this central location. Secure behind a wall, the garden is exceptionally inviting with built in seating around a large paved dining area, raised beds of exotic, evergreen plants including palms and bamboo, a hidden bike store and sensor lighting to guide you home at night. It's worth taking a moment to admire the beauty of this Georgian, double fronted building and inside continues to impress with a ground floor which has been partly opened up to create a welcoming flow between the two sides of the house, ideal for relaxing or entertaining. Big windows and generous ceiling height keep the space light and the modern flooring, which features throughout the home, brings a contemporary twist as well as evoking a seaside feel. To the right, the spacious living room opens to the garden and has a broad bay with a sill large enough to sit on to admire it whatever the weather. The central staircase has a deep cupboard and discreet shower room tucked away beneath it, and the dining room, with garden views, steps up to the kitchen area allowing the cook to be sociable. Linked to the dining area by a breakfast bar and custom made by Peter Henderson of Brighton, the kitchen's beautifully planned, the painted units concealing sophisticated storage. The Bosch fridge freezer is integrated for you, the ILVE multi fuel range could stay subject to circumstance and negotiation and plumbing's in place for two machines. The first floor is effectively a fabulous master suite: A restful bedroom of generous proportions and with garden views has an ingenious dressing area lined with bespoke storage secreted away, and across the hallway, a spacious bathroom has a freestanding bath and traditional fittings in keeping with the age of the building - although the sculptural heated rail and film star style mirror are modern touches of luxury. Peaceful and private at the top of the house, two guest bedrooms, both double, have plenty of character of their own and hand built cabinets and shelving provide unusually ample space for clothes and treasures. Bringing a strong finish to this uniquely charming home, a private staircase leads from the butterfly landing to the stylish roof terrace with led lighting inset into the wall and open views over the pretty gardens of the homes on the quiet, one way street behind.

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