POWIS SQUARE, BRIGHTON, BN1 3HH
Asking Price: £1,750,000
- Grade II Listed Building
- Close Proximity To Brighton Train Station
- No Onward Chain
- Impressive Floor To Ceiling Sash Windows
- Five Floors Of Accommodation
- Clifton & Montpelier Conservation Area
- Two South facing balconies
- Impressive Roof Terrace
- Development oppitunity to convert self contained flat.
An absolute rarity! This Regency home is situated in the highly regarded and sought after Clifton and Montpelier conservation area. Alluring and beautiful, this terraced villa is an impressive 3,500 square feet.
This Grade II listed townhouse combines an abundance of space with impressive ceiling height, stained glass features and original working fireplaces that create a truly charming home. Creatively merging the past with the present, the current owners have maintained the desirable, period features during their ownership.
Not only does this family home offer gorgeous spaces and plenty of bright light inside, the home also offers an enormously practical location with easy access to Brighton station, the famous seafront and the town centre. Yet the Square itself is situated in a quiet and leafy pocket, nestled in the heart of the conservation area.
Comprising a generous five floors, six double bedrooms, three bathrooms, and three reception rooms you have endless accommodation for your family. There is the most impressive staircase acting as the heart of the home taking you floor to floor with beautiful balustrade and skylight above flooding the home with natural light.
The kitchen is on the ground floor with sash windows overlooking the garden. There is a centre island coupled with a range of wall hung units and integrated appliances. Continuing through a stain-glassed door where you will find your courtyard garden, greatly desired for a city centre property. There is a handy rear access from Clifton Hill.
Up on the first floor and to the front of the property is the grand and tastefully finished sitting room, this enjoys large floor to ceiling sash windows, balcony, working fireplace and original cornice. There is also a large double bedroom and family bathroom, with curved stained glass detailing, on this floor.
Ascending again to the second and third floors, both floors house two large bedrooms. The second floor is completely dedicated to bedroom accommodation, the third floor also benefits from a family bathroom and a further balcony.
On the very top floor you will find a breath taking roof terrace with uninterrupted panoramic views of Brighton's roof tops and the South Downs.
There is a lower ground floor with its own separate street entrance and therefore lends itself well for guests staying or a holiday let. This level was formally a totally independent flat, with plumbing and electricity and with the installation of a kitchen (STNC) this could be converted back into a self contained dwelling allowing for an additional income.
The entirety of this Grade II listed home showcases the most valuable features of the Victorian era and with its idyllic location we strongly believe this to be one of the most desirable properties in the area.