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3 Bedroom
Semi-Detached House

In Excess of £800,000

A beautiful and stylish, three-bedroom Regency townhouse with stunning period and bespoke features situated moments from Brighton Mainline Station, the seafront, and Seven Dials.

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  • Bedroomsone Bathrooms1
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Clifton Hill, Brighton, BN1

In Excess of £800,000

A beautiful and stylish, three-bedroom Regency townhouse with stunning period and bespoke features situated moments from Brighton Mainline Station, the seafront, and Seven Dials.

A wonderful example of a Regency townhouse with bespoke and modern interiors. This home has exquisite features, over 1,400 sq/ft of spacious and versatile accommodation and is positioned in the prestigious Montpelier and Clifton Hill Conservation Area which are some of the reasons why we have fallen for this delightful home.

The property is positioned over four floors and suavely flows through and through. As you enter the home on the ground floor, you instantly get that happy and homely feel about the place, the hallway is spacious, and your eyes are drawn to the elegant atrium system quadrato staircase which has beautiful limited edition Brinton carpets.

The separate kitchen breakfast room is bespoke and has an immaculate design, it embraces handmade wall and base units with stunning granite worksurfaces over. Integrated appliances include a range cooker, fridge freezer, a dishwasher, along with an under-mounted double sink with drainer and mixer tap. There is plentiful space for a breakfast bar or dining room table, this room is ideal to entertain and accommodate your friends and family. To the front of the home presents a versatile space that can be utilized as a bedroom or home office/ studio room, providing flexibility to suit your lifestyle needs.

Stairs rise to the first floor offering a generously sized and impressive sitting room. This room is South facing and boasts gorgeous features including; a bay floor-to-ceiling sash window with plantation shutters which open up to a balcony, a remarkable period fireplace, along with gorgeous detailing. Additionally, there is an oversized family bathroom which has a free standing roll top and claw foot bath tub, double shower, low level WC and a double sink with two mixer taps. This room has been stylishly designed which is in keeping with the home. There is also a further separate WC.

The second floor consists of two double bedrooms, both with period fireplaces and built in wardrobes and ample space for additional storage. Completing the accommodation is a top floor loft room which serves well as a study or play room, with plenty of eves storage space.

This seaside city home is idyllic, beautifully presented throughout and not one to be missed!

The property is Freehold, and the Council Tax Band is E.


Clifton Hill and Montpelier were developed from the 1820s to the 1860s and were considered at the time to be the most salubrious part of the town. Today they are an outstanding area of conservation with fine examples of Regency and Victorian architecture. The Clifton Hill Conservation Area was originally designated in 1973, it was extended in 1977 and now covers 75 acres. This area was renamed by Brighton & Hove Council in 2005 and is now known as the Montpelier and Clifton Hill Conservation Area.

This home is a coveted address in the area, it has Brighton Mainline Train Station (0.2 miles), the beach and the city on its doorstep but has a peaceful feel.

Nearby, Seven Dials has an array of independent boutiques, shops and cafes including Ricci’s Deli with their delicious freshly made sandwiches and baguettes, T@The Dials, The Flour Pot Bakery, and the fabulous Hellenic Greek Bakery, along with fabulous gastro pubs, including the Good Companions, The Cow and The Crescent.

St. Ann’s Well Gardens in around the corner, where there is a scented garden and a wealth of wildlife along with a cafĂ©, bowling green and tennis court. And of course, the famous Brighton seafront, pier and promenade is a short walk away!

Going in the opposite direction, the North Laine is best known for its bohemian vibe, with a mainly pedestrian only shopping area. Full of restaurants, cafes, vintage stores, art exhibitions, jewellery stands, pubs and entertainment venues such as the Komedia with its cinema and stand up comedy nights. Every Saturday, Upper Gardner Street is closed to traffic for an on street market, and amongst the houses of this street are several antiques dealers, great if you love a snoop around!

Here you are close to the Prince Regents 19th Century Royal Pavilion, drawing sightseers in with its beautiful ornate, Indian style domes and minarets. Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, and music fans can head to gigs at the Brighton Dome or shows at The Theatre Royal.

Regular bus services run through the city and along the coast, as well as easy road access to the A23/A27, with links to the motorway and Gatwick Airport.