Upper North Street, Brighton, BN1
£519 per week (£2,250 per month)
Situated in the sought after Clifton Terrace this property is only a stone's throw from the vibrant city centre and Brighton station. The house, sitting proudly in the terrace has spectacular views across the private gardens and down to the sea.
Upon entering, you are immediately impressed. This house has been refurbished over the last few years to what you see now. Incredible.
The ground floor double length main living space is perfect for hosting and relaxing. Large windows are teamed nicely with the high ceilings and the feature fire place. Stripped wood flooring and the south facing aspect add to the desirable aura this property emits… natural light fills the room completely. To the rear you find the designer garden we all wish for. Immaculately finished; the perfect space to enjoy and escape.
As soon as you reach the basement level, you find the spacious kitchen. A beautifully designed space allows the room to create a perfect family hub. The lower ground floor also has a utility room that is neatly tucked away.
On the first floor you have two good sized double bedrooms as well as an expansive bathroom/steam room. On the second floor, you have a further two double bedrooms and family bathroom. From the south facing bedrooms the views across the gardens and down to the sea a just wonderful and must be seen. The views from the rear bedrooms are just as glorious overlooking your private garden.
Outside space is such a key perk here. Your private gardens are a particular feature, especially with your very own patio creating the best sun trap for pleasures such as alfresco dinning. Your Clifton Terrace communal gardens are amazing, giving you the opportunity to explore further space in the comfortable company of your fellow neighbours.
This house is a rare find, with copious amounts of indoor and outdoor space this close to the City centre, it really cannot be missed.
The Clifton Hill area was built in the mid-19th century. It forms a high-class, architecturally cohesive residential district with an exceptionally complete character. Stucco-clad terraced housing and villas predominate, but two of the city's most significant Victorian churches and a landmark hospital building are also in the area, which lies immediately northwest of Brighton city centre and spreads as far as the ancient parish boundary with Hove. The famous 11th century St Nicholas church is also situated around the corner.
Available early January 2021.
Sorry no pets or sharers