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This lovely period cottage built around 1810 has character and charm in spades, having been originally built as brewery-workers cottages, but with many of the contemporary elements required by today’s discerning buyers. With a through lounge-diner, separate kitchen and enchanting rear courtyard on the ground floor, and two bedrooms plus a roomy, well-appointed bathroom on the upper floor, the property has broad appeal. It would be a great first home for a young family or professionals, or could work equally well for downsizers or as a second home with fantastic holiday let potential.
Behind the pretty façade with bow-windows and a covered solid oak and sunburst stained glass panel front door, the sitting room at the front of this beguiling home is open to the dining room at the rear which has large glass sliding doors out onto the attractive courtyard. Here the lovely Fire Thorn (Pyracantha) tree, planted directly into the courtyard area itself, provides an appealing and very private outside space to enjoy your morning coffee, or indeed an evening drink in! The ground floor living and dining area has good quality wood-laminate flooring, with a fine open fireplace providing an attractive focal point and a very cosy feel to the room. The kitchen at the rear is furnished with attractive birch wood units in lovely condition, solid wooden worktops with gorgeous white ceramic one-and-a-half sink, lots of useful storage drawers and cupboards, as well as industrial grade flooring which is hard-wearing and low-maintenance in subtly neutral tones.
Upstairs at the rear is a sweet, well-proportioned bathroom with bath and shower over, built-in storage and beautiful stripped wooden flooring. Beyond a useful landing area is the second bedroom, which again is a delightful space with stripped wood floors overlooking the rear courtyard which could be used as guest accommodation or perhaps a home office. At the front of the property is the generous feeling master bedroom with a pretty bow-window, again with the stripped wooden floors and useful built-in wardrobe.
The property has been wonderfully well maintained and upgraded to include wooden double-glazed windows and new radiators throughout. The boiler and electrical systems have also been renewed to provide peace-of-mind for any potential purchasers regarding the fabric of the building. This super little house has the appeal of the cottage without too much compromise on room sizes. The location is fantastic too with the seafront literally around 500 yards away and Kemptown village and its plentiful amenities within only 200 yards. Brighton city centre is under a mile and a half away and offers all that can be expected of a established city centre, including shopping mall and Brighton train station with its direct mainline links to London.
Charming Courtyard Garden
Kemptown Village Location.
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