Richmond Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Recently refurbished throughout

Period building

Central Brighton

Two reception rooms

Four bedrooms

Double garage

Cinema room

Period features

Grade II listed

Superb 60FT rear garden

DEFRA approved log burner

Potential to extend the house (stpp)

Richmond Terrace was built in 1823 by the renowned Charles Busby and Amon Wilds. Amon and Amon Henry Wilds, father and son with Charles Augustin Busby were the leading architects of Regency Brighton and Hove.

This fully renovated Regency home is set over three charming and spacious floors. As soon as you enter this impressive family home you will be greeted by a central hall way, leading you into the two bay fronted reception rooms, both rooms offer original features, with the larger room having the benefit of a log burning stove.

To the rear of the ground floor the open plan kitchen can be found. Fully fitted with high end appliances and underfloor heating, this room has been opened up into a beautiful space which overlooks the wonderful garden. A true entertaining space. During the renovations an original well was uncovered which the current owners have made a fantastic feature of. There is also a separate W/C and utility room.

Moving upstairs there are four bedrooms and a stunning family bathroom, the largest of the four bedrooms has a superb dressing room and an en suite shower room. This bedroom also overlooks the peaceful garden being at the back of the property. Both bathrooms benefit from electric underfloor hearting.

A real surprise to this fantastic family home is the cellar. This has undergone a huge transformation and has been made in to a brilliant cinema room. The current owner also occasionally use it a guest room and have a bed that slides up and behind the wall for maximum use of the room.

The garden at Richmond Terrace is like no other in such a central location. Walled on all three side its secure and eclosed and gives the space needed for any family. The double garage is located at the back of the garden which give brilliant parking or storage.

The location is like no other. You are just under 1 mile from Brighton station, perfect for the commuter or avid traveller. Just around the corner you can find the North Laine area with stylish studios and boutiques along with independent cafes.

Richmond Terrace lies in the Valleys Gardens Conservation Area and is in the central spine of

historic Brighton. The conservation area includes some of the earliest buildings from Brighton's fashionable Regency development phase as well as many of the town's most important listed buildings with open spaces and extending out to sea via the Palace Pier. The Level Park which is located directly in front of Richmond Terrace lies immediately to the east of the Old Town which, until the mid-18th century, represented the extent of Brighton's built development.

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