A substantial and beautifully presented architect designed house located in one of Brightons most sought after locations, enjoying stunning and extensive sea views. Just over 0.25 acre.
4 Roedean Crescent is an exceptional, beautiful architect designed family home of some 4,145 sq ft which was built in 2014 for the current owners occupation. The house has been designed to optimise the exceptional sea views. A part glazed front door leads into a spacious entrance vestibule from which a further door leads into the welcoming double-height entrance hall which provides an instant sense of light and space. The drawing room is an elegantly proportioned room of grand proportions with an attractive open fireplace and full-height glazing including a sliding door giving a seamless connection to the terrace, garden and views. At the heart of the house is the superb kitchen/dining room which is ideally arranged for modern family living. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of light oak fronted units and includes a large island unit with breakfast bar, a larder cupboard and plate rack. There is an integrated AEG oven and microwave, induction hob and two Fisher Paykel dishwasher drawers. The dining area has further full-height glazing including a sliding door. Also located on the ground floor is a large sitting room with access to the covered area of the terrace. Adjacent to the sitting room is a cloak/shower room making this space ideal for those needing a ground floor bedroom. A utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
Arranged over the first floor is a lovely galleried landing, exceptional principal suite comprising bedroom, with Juliette balcony, dressing room and a luxuriously appointed bathroom with both a roll top bath and shower. In addition, there is a guest suite comprising bedroom and shower room, two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor provides a large study landing with a glazed door leading out onto a wide balcony from which to enjoy the spectacular views. In addition, there is a further suite comprising bedroom and bathroom and a further bedroom/home office with a superb full-height window. Other features within the house include high ceilings, underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, some Karndean floors and beautiful light oak joinery.
This property has 0.25 acres of land.
The property is approached via an electrically operated wrought iron entrance gate which leads into the property's private entrance drive which provides parking for several cars, adjacent to which is the brick and tile single garage with an electrically operated up-and-over door. From the drive, two sets of steps lead to the house where there is a wide brick paved area, a lawn and a border stocked with three mature olive trees.
The principal garden lies to the rear and southern side of the house and running the entire width of the property is a superb wide paved terrace which provides the ideal vantage point from which to enjoy the spectacular sea views. The far end of the terrace adjacent to the sitting room is covered. From the terrace bifurcating steps with ornate balustrading lead down to the beautifully planted and landscaped lawned garden which is a particular feature of the property and is laid to lawn bordered by various well-stocked and colourful beds.
The garden includes a rose, honeysuckle and vine clad arbour and a 'secret' covered seating area. The garden at 4 Roedean Crescent provides a lovely backdrop to this exceptional family home. Just over 0.25 acre.
The property lies in an elevated position with wonderful views within Roedean Crescent, a highly sought after road which lies just to the north of Brighton Marina. The Marina provides an extensive range of restaurants and shops, together with a supermarket. The city centre of Brighton & Hove is only about 2.5 miles to the west, providing an extensive range of restaurants, shops and recreational facilities. Brighton mainline station provides a regular train service to London Victoria in approximately 51 minutes. The historic county town of Lewes is some 9.5 miles to the north-east. The A23/M23 is within easy reach, providing fast access to Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network. There is an excellent range of established public schools in the area. These include Brighton College, Roedean School, Lancing College, Ardingly College and Hurstpierpoint College.Read all
- Extensive Sea Views
- Magnificent open plan kitchen/dining room
- Cloak/shower room, utility room & further cloakroom
- Six bedrooms (three ensuite)
- Family bathroom
- Second floor study landing with door to wide balcony
- Detached brick and tile garage
- Beautifully landscaped lawned garden with exceptional terrace
- Just over 0.25 acre
- Map & Street View
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