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Documents show that this beautiful five storey regency home was built circa 1850 by Thomas Cubitt, well known for building a lot of the iconic homes in Kemp Town, specifically around the Sussex Square area.
The property is currently arranged as three dwellings, this versatile end of terrace property has great potential for recreating a fabulous family home or home and income. The current owners accommodation extends over the first, second and third floors and comprises a four bedroom upper maisonette with two elegant reception rooms having period features, fire places, and high ceilings along with a utility room, kitchen, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a dressing room.
The ground floor has been partitioned off to form a good size one bedroom flat having beautiful front living room also with period features and fireplace.
The lower ground floor has a separate street entrance comprising a two bedroom flat with plenty of cellars/ storage and the good news is that the internal staircase still connects from here to the ground floor so overall if required this property could form five stories of single family accommodation or a mixture of family accommodation/ home and income if so desired. A particular feature of the house is that it is end of terrace so the amount of natural light which penetrates through the side windows adjoining St. Georges Road is plentiful.
All in all a remarkable regency period corner property which is within a short distance from Brighton College, The Royal Sussex County Hospital, Kemp Town Village and its adjacent to Brighton seafront and promenade.
Five Storey Home
Set As Three Separate Dwellings
Home And Income
Balcony To The Front
Scope For Home And Income
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