2 bedroom Terraced House for sale: Crown Gardens, Brighton


  • reception rooms 1
  • bedrooms 2
  • bathrooms 1
Reference: 36064_10023002

Key Features

  • 2 BEDROOMS
  • 1820S TERRACED COTTAGE
  • HIGHLY PRIVATE GARDENS
  • CENTRAL LOCATION
  • BESPOKE KITCHEN/DINER
  • NEAR TO BRIGHTON STATION
  • SYMPATHETICALLY RENOVATED
  • PERIOD FEATURES

Description

CHARMING TWO BEDROOM CITY CENTRE COTTAGE WITH HIGHLY PRIVATE IDYLLIC GARDENS. Conveniently located in the heart of Brighton, this incredibly central home is perfectly situated for commuters, whilst also offering an amazingly peaceful environment. Tucked away on a quiet twitten of bow-windowed cottages dating back to the 1820s, this beautifully renovated home is thought have been built originally for the workers of the Royal Pavilion and stables. Sympathetically restored by the current overs, modern design features blend effortlessly with sash windows, wood floors and original fireplaces to provide a brilliant example of contemporary living in a period property. EPC RATING D.

IN MORE DETAIL

Situated in the Clifton Hill conservation area, a heritage colour scheme, feature column radiators and tasteful woodwork provide an elegant and consistent design theme, while French doors and a bespoke kitchen are just some of the features which have been incorporated with creativity, retaining the original character of this cottage.

GROUND FLOOR

Natural light from bow sash windows tumbles into an east-facing living room where a classic period fireplace creates instant focal point. The soft grey colour scheme lends a calm and peaceful feel to a room that offers ample storage within the wooden cabinets that nestle within the chimney breast alcoves. Glazed double doors open onto the kitchen/dining room creating a highly sociable layout.

The warm tones of the original wood floor flow into a light and bright kitchen/dining room. The real heart of this home, the kitchen area is fully fitted with bespoke Shaker-style cabinets and solid wood countertops offering ample room for freestanding appliances. Complementing the living room with its elegant colour scheme; rustic green cabinets add a vintage splash of colour while the generous proportions easily accommodate a dining table. Effortlessly extending this highly sociable room, modern French doors open onto the walled rear garden making it easy to enjoy outdoor meals.

A deep cupboard beneath the stairs completes the ground floor.

FIRST FLOOR

On the first floor, the sympathetic sense of style continues in two bedrooms, further reminding you of the original charm and character of this period cottage. To the front of the house a tall picture perfect sash window allows ample natural light to flow into the master bedroom lending a superbly calm and peaceful feel. Recessed wardrobes offer plenty of storage without encroaching on the aesthetics of the room, and a further period fireplace adds a classic finishing touch. Looking out over the rear garden a second bedroom is equally well-presented, offering versatility for those who work from home.

In keeping with the character and history of this Brighton home, a heritage suite in the family bathroom features a classic roll-top bath with overhead shower.

OUTSIDE

Offering a lovely amount of outdoor space for such a central location, the east and west-facing gardens of this cottage both offer an impressive amount of privacy. A tall gate opens from the twitten onto an idyllic front garden that allows you to relax in the sun hidden from the world outside. Mature shrubs and plants offer colour and interest throughout the seasons, and the paved tiers create the perfect spot to relax with the weekend papers.

The French doors of the kitchen open onto a walled patio garden that instantly engenders an easy flowing extension of the ground floor. The AstroTurf lawn provides an easy to maintain space to enjoy outdoor meals, while the tall ivy clad walls once again offer plenty of privacy.

IN THE LOCAL AREA

Located in the Clifton Hill conservation area Crown Gardens is in the very heart of Brighton only a short walk from Brighton station, making it ideal for those needing to commute.

When it comes to shops and amenities everything is on your doorstep; from the organic produce of Grocer & Grain and the French pastries of Julien Plumart to the independent shops, bars and restaurants of The Lanes and the high street stores of Western Road and the Churchill Centre, there's plenty to enjoy. A short walk to Seven Dials offers even more choice and variety.

A straight walk along Queens Road brings you into the hubbub of the city centre and moments away from the beach, pier and i360.

Local schools include Brighton and Hove High School, St Paul's C of E Primary School and Nursery and St Mary Magdalen Primary School.

Situated in Parking Zone Y, currently this cottage is in Council Tax band D which was charged at £1,805.98 for 2018/19.

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_10023002

Contact Agent

Hove
Tel: 01273 778844