It isn’t in its original state, but this 1930s art deco-style property in Brighton, East Sussex is still a lovely place.
The house dates back to 1939 and according to the owner, the house has been extended in the fairly recent past and at the same time as the adjoining property. That extension is in keeping with the look of the original.
The bold white exterior is matched up with a fairly modern interior. If you are wondering, that fireplace is also new, but obviously created in a ‘deco’ style.
As for the layout, there is a split-level ground floor with that feature ﬁreplace, along with an open plan kitchen/breakfast room with art-deco curved window and steps up to an additional seating area with skylight overhead and French doors leading to the garden. This room also has access to the study room and has steps leading into the garage.
Steps take you to the upper level of the ground ﬂoor, with two bedrooms, plus bedroom three with a ‘mezzanine bed space’ and bedroom two with a bay window overlooking the garden. Also on the level is the family shower room with double shower.
The main staircase takes you to the first ﬂoor with reception room or fourth bedroom, which has access to the east facing roof terrace at the front of the home.
Steps then take you to the upper first floor and a ‘good sized’ store room. Finally, on this ﬂoor is the master bedroom suite with west facing Juliet balcony, en-suite bathroom and dressing room.
Finishing things off is a west facing garden arranged over several tiers with a patio, decked seating area and level lawn for the children to play. There is also a further seating area to the top of the garden, as well as a summerhouse.
Offers in excess of £750,000 if this is of interest.
Images and details courtesy of Mishon Mackay. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.