***Guide Price £750,000-£800,000*** A wonderful period home situated over three floors, in the sought after North Laine location. The property is offered in excellent decorative order throughout, with the open plan kitchen in particular offering a real wow factor.
***Guide Price £750,000-£800,000***
We love this stunning period home, with living accommodation arranged over three floors. As you enter the property you are welcomed with a spacious entrance hall, complete with marble flooring. This leads onto the open plan living/dining room, with a lovely period fireplace and sash windows. The kitchen has been renovated to a high standard, with plenty of storage units, worktop space, a feature island unit and integrating appliances including oven, fridge/freezer and wine cooler. There are stairs leading to the basement level with a spacious double bedroom an an en-suite. On the first floor there are a further two double bedrooms and a family bathroom that has been refitted to provide a real luxury feel and features Jack & Jill sinks and a walk in shower. Outside, the enclosed rear garden offers a private, low maintenance, haven to be enjoyed all year round. Parking is available on street with a residents parking permit. Call us now to arrange a viewing.
Parts of the North Laine date back to the 16th Century when Brighton was a small fishing village named Brighthelmstone. The North Laine was first developed in the 1820’s, with its grid layout having considerable historic interest. Today, 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. Head South to wander the South Laines, Central Brighton’s shopping amenities including Churchill Square Shopping Centre and Brighton seafront, with its beaches and everything a traditional British seaside town has to offer, such as Brighton Pier, with its rides and attractions. Brighton Mainline Train Station is also within walking distance, with direct links to Central London and Gatwick Airport.