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This beautiful, bow-fronted Regency house is spread over three floors, with a self-contained, one bedroom flat on the fourth lower ground floor, which provides a rental income to the current owners. The property is stylishly decorated, with contemporary touches which perfectly compliments the inherent decorative features which abound throughout properties of this period. The layout is flexible and all the rooms are fantastically well proportioned and filled with natural light, thanks to many large sash windows.
On the ground floor, one of two reception rooms overlooks the amply sized, sunny garden, whilst at the rear a separate, eat-in kitchen gives onto a hallway with a WC and useful utility room off it and the generous courtyard garden beyond. This is a little gem in itself as it is perfectly secluded and wonderfully sunny.
The first floor houses a superb master suite with its own wrought-iron balcony, as well as an incredible walk-in wardrobe and large en-suite bathroom, with separate shower and bath. There is also the smallest bedroom, currently used as a study, as well as the second reception room, again with its own wrought-iron balcony. The top floor houses two further double bedrooms, a bathroom and fantastic roof terrace!
As well as a good-size, lawned, front garden bordered by mature hedges, there is a generous yet very private rear courtyard garden which is a fantastic sun-trap and the ideal social space. On the first floor there are also two, glorious wrought iron balconies at both the back and front of the building and as if that wasn't enough, there is also a large roof terrace off the upper back bedroom.
The lower ground floor is a self-contained, one-bedroom flat which the current owners rent out as a holiday let, providing an approximate net annual income of £30,000. The flat is beautifully presented in neutral tones and has its own front door, a private patio, recently refitted kitchen and contemporary bathroom.
Beautiful period character home
Home & rental income from 1 bed flat below main house
Prestigious garden crescent location
Abundant amenities of Seven Dials within 200 yards
Brighton railway station within just 0.5 miles
Five outdoor spaces: Two balconies
Additional roof terrace
Large private rear courtyard garden
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