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This truly unique modern townhouse blends seamlessly within a fine period terrace, situated in the highly sought after Montpelier and Clifton Hill Conservation Area. The Montpelier & Clifton Hill area was built in the mid-19th century and forms a high-class, architecturally cohesive residential district with an exceptionally complete character. Stucco-clad terraced housing and villas dominate, 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.
The property has three bedrooms with the master bedroom being at the top of the property. The second bedroom has turning stairs leading to a raised double bed with additional bunk beds, which would be ideal as a guest bedroom. All bedrooms have access to their own bathroom. The hallways in the property all have beautiful french tiles, elsewhere there is reclaimed timber flooring throughout. There is a stylish fitted kitchen finished in deep warm red gloss, fronted units with fitted Neff cooking appliances under black granite worktops. A breakfast bar divides the kitchen and dining area with steps leading to an impressive full height cathedral arch with French doors opening onto the roof terrace. From the west facing roof terrace there are panoramic roof top views and a spiral staircase to a crows nest with magnificent 360 degree views of the City and Sea. The lounge is on the top floor and faces west once again with magnificent views towards The Isle Of White. The property also boasts a large double garage which has vast amounts of integrated storage.
There is an abundance of entertainment, shopping, golf courses, leisure and sailing facilities within the area. Brighton also has a wide selection of both state and private schools within easy access from the property. Familiar high street stores can be found in the city’s Churchill Square shopping mall, while individual boutiques and antique treasures are among the charming alleyways known as The Lanes. In addition, all well known supermarkets including Waitrose are within walking distance.
With excellent transport links, Brighton is within easy commuting distance of London, Gatwick Airport and the South East by both road and rail. The nearby mainline train station is a short walk away and frequent trains run directly to London, with a journey time of under an hour.
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