4 bedroom Terraced House for sale: Brigden Street, Brighton

  • reception rooms 1
  • bedrooms 4
  • bathrooms 2
Reference: 36064_10021966

Key Features

  • 3 Storey House
  • Completely Renovated
  • Impressive Interior
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • En Suite Shower Room
  • Large Open Plan Ground Floor
  • Separate Sitting/Study Room
  • Luxurious Family Bathroom
  • Utility Room
  • Parking Zone Q


**Guide Price £700,000-£750,000** NEWLY RENOVATED SPACIOUS 3/4 BEDROOM TERRACED HOUSE WITH LARGE IDYLLIC WALLED GARDEN. Conveniently located in the heart of Brighton's Prestonville area, this spacious 1860s family home is only a short walk away from the popular shops, cafes and restaurants of Seven Dials, whilst the seafront and the green open spaces of Hove Green and Dyke Road Park are within easy reach. Renovated and completely rebuilt throughout to a beautifully high standard, ready for you to simply move in and unpack; from the solid oak floors, double glazed sash windows and crisp white walls to large open plan kitchen/living room, stylish master suite and luxurious family bathroom, this classic Brighton home creates a brilliant example of contemporary living in a period property, whilst the impressively large rear garden offers a fantastic amount of private outdoor space thats rarely found in Port Hall. NO ONWARD CHAIN. EPC PENDING



A tall bay window in the open plan main reception room ensures a lovely amount of natural light tumbles in, highlighting the crisp white walls that flow throughout this family home. Easily accommodating both seating and dining areas with room to spare, the rich tones of the wood floor stretch out across the room adding to the sense of space, while French doors open onto the extensive rear garden with its large Indian slate terrace.

Sleek white cabinets and countertops wraparound the kitchen area perfectly delineating this highly sociable room and creating a convenient breakfast bar. Well-appointed with an array of integrated appliances and a feature spray tap, a jet black range cooker creates an eye-catching contrast to the oversized metro tiles of the splashbacks.

A separate utility room offers plenty of discreet space for laundry appliances, while this spacious ground floor opens onto a separate sitting room that offers ample versatility as a playroom, study or home office.


Three equally well-presented double bedrooms feature throughout the easy flowing layout of the upper two floors of this newly renovated Brighton home.

On the first floor, a large double bedroom is beautifully lit by a bay window and echoes the impressive design scheme that flows throughout each floor with its oak floor and fitted wardrobes. A second double bedroom offers ideal family or guest accommodation, looking out over the attractive garden from its wide sash window.

A large family bathroom adds a spa-like touch of luxury whilst continuing the lovely flow of natural light that features all the way through this stylish house. Two large skylight windows give you the opportunity to gaze at the stars while you relax in the contemporary bath, while a separate walk-in shower is arranged in a refined grey tile setting.

Adding the icing on the cake, a dual aspect master suite stretches across the top floor providing a fantastic sense of height and space. Natural light bounces off the white walls and floorboards creating a calm and relaxing feel, and a wall of eaves cupboards offer plenty of storage without encroaching on the aesthetics of the room. Offering views that reach across the city and up to the South Downs a wide sash window looks out over the gardens below, while an en suite shower room echoes the graceful clean lines of the family bathroom large walk-in shower and countertop basin.


Encompassed by original bungaroosh walls that create a lovely sense of privacy, an extensive walled garden instantly engenders an easy flowing extension of the ground floor and adds an instant wow factor thats hard to ignore.

A wide slate paved terrace offers an abundance of space to relax in the sun and enjoy outdoor meals with family friends. Easy to maintain, a large well-kept lawn creates plenty of safe space for children to play while an additional patio adds an idyllic spot to read the weekend papers.

A large brick built outhouse offers plenty of convenient additional storage and benefits from ample potential to become a bespoke garden room.


Only a very short walk away from the popular Seven Dials, Brigden Street offers a peaceful family friendly atmosphere only moments away from the hubbub of the many independent shops, bars and restaurants. Nearer to home, the Prestonville Arms offers real ale and local art displays, while Upper Hamilton Road offers additional local amenities including the family-friendly gastro pub The Chimney House and the award winning Joes Café.

The green open spaces of St Ann's Well Gardens and Dyke Road Park, with its open air theatre and children's playground are both only a short walk away, and the seafront is within easy walking distance.

Regular bus services run into the centre of Brighton and Hove, out to Devil's Dyke and onto the outlying villages, while Brighton mainline train station is approximately under half a mile away offering convenient commuter links to London.

Popular local schools include Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College (BHASVIC), Stanford Infant School, Brighton and Hove High School, Cardinal Newman Catholic School, Cottesmore St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Brighton and Hove Prep, Lancing Prep and Windlesham School.

Situated in Parking Zone Q, Brigden Street benefits from Superfast Broadband access with average speeds up to 200Mbps, ideal for those who work from home.

We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings.

Room sizes are approximate.

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Reference: 36064_10021966

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