Located in the heart of Kemp Town in a pretty street just off of St. James Street, this house with its Regency charm was built in the 1790's and has flexible accommodation with the potential of income from the self-contained one bedroom lower ground floor flat with access to a brick paved patio.
The upper part of the house, from the ground floor and above, starts with a great entertaining space – an open plan kitchen-diner with wood flooring and white shaker style matching cabinets, a sash window to the street and doors out to stairs that lead down to the courtyard, creating a dual aspect and making the room feel light and airy. The window to the front has bespoke wooden shutters and the black feature fireplace which adds character to this fantastic room.
Stairs take you up to the first floor where there are two reception rooms; one of which has the potential to be another bedroom. To the front, the floor to ceiling windows and french doors open to a wrought iron balcony with sea views; this room has a feel of elegance with the grey marble fireplace.
On the second floor there are two double bedrooms with sash windows and a bathroom with a white suite, shower over the bath, sink inset to vanity unit, a hidden cistern WC and a sky light providing light to the room.
This house is in the C zone for parking where there is currently no waiting list for permits and the house is less then a mile to the station, where trains take just under an hour to London Victoria. The area is known for its bohemian diversity and array of cafe's, restaurants and bars to enjoy entertaining and the cosmopolitan social life Brighton has to offer.Reference: 221456