Clifton Terrace, Brighton

£1,250,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 17337
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • c221 Sq. Mtrs / 2378 Sq.Ft
  • Iconic Period Terrace
  • Great Views Across Rooftops To The Sea
  • Huge Scope And Potential
  • No On Going Chain
  • Mature Rear Garden
  • Rear Pedestrian Access From Vine Place
  • Versatile Layout
  • Potential For Annexe/Separate Flat
  • Grade II Listed

Property Summary

ELLIOTTS are delighted to offer an EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY to purchase an ICONIC GRADE II LISTED period property in one of CENTRAL BRIGHTON’S most EXCLUSIVE ROADS. This fantastic period home is arranged over 4 separate floors and provides EXCEPTIONALLY VERSATILE space which includes lower accommodation comprising an integral flat/annexe all extending to c221 Sq.Mtrs /c2378 Sq.Ft. Exclusive use of communal gardens directly opposite and the property’s own attractive MATURE REAR GARDEN all add to its appeal, plus there are FABULOUS VIEWS over the rooftops down to the sea.

Full Details

The Clifton Hill conservation area was built in the mid -19th century and forms a high-class. Architecturally cohesive residential district of exceptional character. Stucco-clad terraced housing and villas predominate, while two of the city’s most significant Victorian churches are in the area which lies immediately northwest of Brighton city centre. The famous 11th century St Nicholas church is situated around the corner.

The sizable property is arranged over 4 superb floors in total. The lower ground floor is particularly versatile and can be used as additional accommodation or a self contained annexe. Within each floor, the accommodation is generously proportioned with a large through living room, good size kitchen/diner with direct access to the feature rear garden. There are four bedrooms serviced by several bathroom facilities.

This property is perfect for discerning buyers looking to put their own distinctive stamp on a classic Brighton home, whilst wishing to retain a part of the city’s history