Finally from Hamptons Hove, we have the majestic Cransley Lodge, an immensely elegant Tudorbethan home that was built in 1902 for W Chater Lea by E Wallis Long. Set back from the road behind its gated driveway and walled garden in the highly sought after Tongdean Conservation Area, the breath-taking interior of Cransley Lodge is impeccably presented throughout with a wealth of original period detailing and first-class modern finishing touches.
From the distinguished fireplaces to the stunning central hallway and staircase, every aspect of this home is finished to an exceptionally high specification, while its large gardens and terrace provide plenty of idyllic outdoor space.
With an exquisite eye for detail and a hugely refined sense of style, five wonderfully presented reception rooms create an undeniable feeling of grace and grandeur. Beautifully lit by the charming bay and leaded windows, rich wood panelling lends a sophisticated backdrop to the games room, formal dining room and sitting room, all of which add a truly remarkable amount of space to relax and entertain.
The dining room and spacious triple aspect family room have a calm and peaceful feel with soft subtle colour schemes and focal point fireplaces. The superior morning room offers views of the grounds and opens onto the terrace, while a sympathetically yet contemporary styled kitchen is well-appointed and arranged with Shaker-style cabinets, a central island and Aga. Conveniently located in a peaceful setting on one of Brighton and Hove’s best-connected roads, Cransley Lodge is desirable for the commuter with excellent transport links close by.
If you’d like to find out more about any of these wonderful homes, the team at Hamptons Hove would be more than happy to speak to you and arrange a viewing. And if you’re interested in finding something in the Hove area, that the homes listed above don’t quite meet, visit our website and take a look at some of the many other homes we have for sale and to let in the greater Hove, Brighton and South Sussex area.