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Canning Street BN2

Tucked away in a secret enclave of tranquil, well-kept terraces behind Brighton College, this bright inviting house has four double bedrooms, a sociable lower floor opening to a sunny patio and on an access only, one way street it is unusually quiet. Inside, this Tardis like home has clean lines and crisp décor to keep the feel contemporary, and practical design makes it ideal for a family or as an investment. In a sought after area known for its friendly community, local shops and bistro pubs this sought after location between Queen’s Park and the bohemian café culture and beaches of Kemptown is popular with professionals as the hospital and Amex are within walking distance, and nearby bus routes serve the whole of the city, including the station.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
3
floor area:
Kemp Town

outside:
1095 sq. ft
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£495,000
ID
rps_loc-BVT190288
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
Kemp Town
Beds
3

Why you'll like it...

Why you’ll like it: Homes on this particularly quiet street do not come onto the market very often so there is a real sense of community here – and the residents have a summer street party to celebrate. This house with broad bays facing south for the sun has a choice of entrance – the front door for guests and a door to the family room downstairs for everyday use. Inside, the ground floor hallway is inviting and brighter than many with a window in the far wall, and smart internal doors introduce the contemporary blend of old and new which you will find throughout this stylish home. At the front, an elegant living room has a broad south bay bringing the sunshine in all day. Wood is underfoot, original coving is overhead and this is a room for all seasons with a smart stone fireplace, which is open. Used as a bedroom, fitted wardrobes are to one side and computer console on the other, an arrangement mirrored in the spacious double bedroom next door, which has garden views. Downstairs, the light and spacious family room has big windows at each end and a stylish kitchen area with ample space for a central table. A wood burner brings character as well as warmth to the seating area and has cabinets and shelving to each side – and a large discreet cupboard also keeps the whole level fuss free. Classic cream units provide sophisticated storage and practical work surfaces are user friendly. Good to go, the gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer and dishwasher are all integrated for you and skilled design has created both a guest cloakroom and a utility area with plumbing for two machines tucked away in a separate space by the stable door to the garden. Outside, the patio is party perfect, paved to make al fresco entertaining easy and brick walls make it child and pet secure. Open to the west, it gets the afternoon sun and a bit of a blank canvas, it is also a restful retreat at the end of a busy day. Returning inside, the first floor central bathroom is a classic black and white with a shower above the shaped bath and heated rail, and next door, the third double room has pretty period features, calm decoration and looks across gardens. Spanning the whole width of this substantial house, the master bedroom is a light and airy Scandi influenced sanctuary with a double wardrobe by the broad south bay and plenty of open shelving. Agent's Thoughts “Ideal for commuters with families there are good primary schools nearby and Queen’s Park is around the corner. If you are a health professional, the hospital is just a few minutes’ walk and you can reach every part of the city from here on foot, by bus or by cab.” Owner’s Secret “This is a secret lattice of pretty period streets which are very quiet but convenient for the city and the sea, and the house has worked well for us both as a home and producing an income when we have had to work away.” Where It Is Shops: Local 2 minutes, Kemptown 5 to walk Train Station: Brighton 10-15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront 5 minute walk, Queen’s Park is 4 Closest schools: Primary: St Mark’s, St Luke’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

“This is a secret lattice of pretty period streets which are very quiet but convenient for the city and the sea, and the house has worked well for us both as a home and producing an income when we have had to work away.”

Agent's thoughts...

Between the beach and lush acreage of Queen’s Park there are local shops serving your every need. Kemptown Village is on the doorstep with a relaxed atmosphere and more independent cafés, restaurants and shops to explore which include a butcher, deli and grocers as well as a co-op. The cinemas and waterfront amenities of the Marina are within walking distance, and the international heart of the city is easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab. Near to good schools- including Brighton College of course- woodland walks and access to the Downs are close by. For those who commute, the station serving Gatwick and London is 15 minutes by bus and there is no waiting list for parking permit zone H.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minutes, Kemptown 5 to walk Train Station: Brighton 10-15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront 5 minute walk, Queen’s Park is 4 Closest schools: Primary: St Mark’s, St Luke’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College

Homes on this particularly quiet street do not come onto the market very often so there is a real sense of community here – and the residents have a summer street party to celebrate. This house with broad bays facing south for the sun has a choice of entrance – the front door for guests and a door to the family room downstairs for everyday use. Inside, the ground floor hallway is inviting and brighter than many with a window in the far wall, and smart internal doors introduce the contemporary blend of old and new which you will find throughout this stylish home. At the front, an elegant living room has a broad south bay bringing the sunshine in all day. Wood is underfoot, original coving is overhead and this is a room for all seasons with a smart stone fireplace, which is open. Used as a bedroom, fitted wardrobes are to one side and computer console on the other, an arrangement mirrored in the spacious double bedroom next door, which has garden views. Downstairs, the light and spacious family room has big windows at each end and a stylish kitchen area with ample space for a central table. A wood burner brings character as well as warmth to the seating area and has cabinets and shelving to each side – and a large discreet cupboard also keeps the whole level fuss free. Classic cream units provide sophisticated storage and practical work surfaces are user friendly. Good to go, the gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer and dishwasher are all integrated for you and skilled design has created both a guest cloakroom and a utility area with plumbing for two machines tucked away in a separate space by the stable door to the garden. Outside, the patio is party perfect, paved to make al fresco entertaining easy and brick walls make it child and pet secure. Open to the west, it gets the afternoon sun and a bit of a blank canvas, it is also a restful retreat at the end of a busy day. Returning inside, the first floor central bathroom is a classic black and white with a shower above the shaped bath and heated rail, and next door, the third double room has pretty period features, calm decoration and looks across gardens. Spanning the whole width of this substantial house, the master bedroom is a light and airy Scandi influenced sanctuary with a double wardrobe by the broad south bay and plenty of open shelving.

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