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Roedean Crescent, Brighton, BN2

5 bedroom house

Guide price £3,000,000 Freehold

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  • Rich and welcoming drawing room with inglenook fireplace  |  Large kitchen / breakfast room  |  Second reception room / library  |  Swimming pool  |  Manicured mature gardens laid to lawn with numerous shrubs  |  Breathtaking master suite with en-suite bathroom  |  Three further bedrooms  |  Child's playroom / bedroom  |  A total of three shower rooms and two bathrooms  |  Double garaging  |  Gated driveway for numerous cars  |  Separate one bedroom annexe for staff or teenager


GUIDE PRICE £3,000,000 – £3,250,000****
From the moment you enter the house you experience the ‘wow’ factor. The hallway is generous in size and oozes period charm whilst the drawing room is light yet feels rich and welcoming.

From the moment you enter the house you experience the ‘wow’ factor. The hallway is generous in size and oozes period charm whilst the drawing room is light yet feels rich and welcoming. An inglenook fireplace sits proudly in the centre and the vast vaulted ceiling adds to this delightful room. There is space in absolute abundance, along with great views of the garden and down to the sea to enjoy. A second reception room / library leads off the hallway, with a further display of features along with another stunning fireplace.
Leading from the hall is a very large galleried self contained annexe with two reception spaces. This suite can be used in many different ways, as a granny annexe or a teenagers hide away. Within the annexe there is a study, shower and sauna room. Double doors lead from the upper level to the swimming pool and upper terraces.
The oak staircase to the upper floor is wide and the landing also generous. From here you enter the master suite with a south facing balcony offering superb views of the sea and across the garden. The en-suite is modern but traditional in its design, with your very own roll top bath and separate shower. The other end of the house offers equally magnificent bedrooms and a family bathroom, all utterly charming. There is also an additional room overlooking the sea and golf course. This would be ideally suited as a child’s play room or bedroom.
The exterior of this property shall not disappoint. Built in 1930, this impressive example of a Tudor style of Arts and Crafts property exudes character. The garden is beautifully maintained offering a pond and a full array of plants and shrubs.
There is ample parking for numerous cars, a great practicality. To add to this, there is an electric gated entrance which seeks to impress.

Roedean itself offers amazing sea views and a tranquil location in which to reside. The area has always been in popular property demand, having the added bonus of being close to two of England’s most prestigious schools. This, combined with the nearby marina, the golf course, the racecourse behind along with the impressive views available and the city of Brighton just a moment away, make this location one of the most exclusive and popular places to reside on the South Coast.

EPC – E/41

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Situated in the heart of Sussex, Brighton and Hove embodies the perfect blend of city living by the sea and proximity to the countryside. The city is proud to play host to some of the best schools in the country and the restaurants, cafes and theatres are not be overlooked!

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GUIDE PRICE £3,000,000 – £3,250,000****
From the moment you enter the house you experience the ‘wow’ factor. The hallway is generous in size and oozes period charm whilst the drawing room is light yet feels rich and welcoming.

From the moment you enter the house you experience the ‘wow’ factor. The hallway is generous in size and oozes period charm whilst the drawing room is light yet feels rich and welcoming. An inglenook fireplace sits proudly in the centre and the vast vaulted ceiling adds to this delightful room. There is space in absolute abundance, along with great views of the garden and down to the sea to enjoy. A second reception room / library leads off the hallway, with a further display of features along with another stunning fireplace.
Leading from the hall is a very large galleried self contained annexe with two reception spaces. This suite can be used in many different ways, as a granny annexe or a teenagers hide away. Within the annexe there is a study, shower and sauna room. Double doors lead from the upper level to the swimming pool and upper terraces.
The oak staircase to the upper floor is wide and the landing also generous. From here you enter the master suite with a south facing balcony offering superb views of the sea and across the garden. The en-suite is modern but traditional in its design, with your very own roll top bath and separate shower. The other end of the house offers equally magnificent bedrooms and a family bathroom, all utterly charming. There is also an additional room overlooking the sea and golf course. This would be ideally suited as a child’s play room or bedroom.
The exterior of this property shall not disappoint. Built in 1930, this impressive example of a Tudor style of Arts and Crafts property exudes character. The garden is beautifully maintained offering a pond and a full array of plants and shrubs.
There is ample parking for numerous cars, a great practicality. To add to this, there is an electric gated entrance which seeks to impress.

Roedean itself offers amazing sea views and a tranquil location in which to reside. The area has always been in popular property demand, having the added bonus of being close to two of England’s most prestigious schools. This, combined with the nearby marina, the golf course, the racecourse behind along with the impressive views available and the city of Brighton just a moment away, make this location one of the most exclusive and popular places to reside on the South Coast.

EPC – E/41

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  • Brighton
  • London Road Brighton - Ditchling Rise
  • London Road (Brighton)
  • Moulsecoomb
  • Falmer
  • Preston Park - London Road

Situated in the heart of Sussex, Brighton and Hove embodies the perfect blend of city living by the sea and proximity to the countryside. The city is proud to play host to some of the best schools in the country and the restaurants, cafes and theatres are not be overlooked!

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