Swanborough Drive,

Guide price £650,000

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Guide Price £650,000 - £675,000. Lovingly renovated throughout, this inviting four-bedroom home offers luxury with clever practical touches. Boasting a ground floor space dedicated to modern open-plan living, with access to a west-facing garden, this property is well suited to families.

The Property

This modern semi-detached four-bedroom home has been stylishly renovated throughout and offers luxurious living just outside of the city centre. Its light grey fronted exterior, with charcoal grey double-glazed windows and contrasting wooden slatted blinds, helps it to stand apart from the surrounding properties and hints at the architectural beauty inside.

Walk through the front door and the porch provides a practical space to leave shoes and coats at the entrance. A ground-floor WC, immaculately tiled, is found at the bottom of the stairs, and opening up beyond is the living space, which inhabits most of the ground floor. A cosy living room, complete with a bespoke tiled feature wall and sleek wooden floors, is separated by a bubble hanging chair from the kitchen and dining area.

The dining area, which is defined by matching floor tiles to those on the feature wall, allows for a statement table and is the perfect space for entertaining family and friends. The sleek kitchen comes with a butler sink, a long quartz worktop island with bar stools, as well as state-of-the-art appliances including two double fridges and a separate wine cooler. Sliding and bi-fold doors flood the space with natural light and provide an almost seamless view of the garden beyond. Split across two levels, the garden provides separate spaces for relaxing or entertaining. At the top is a three-metre wide patio and down a few steps is a more private feeling space with grass, planters, and another patio.

Up the beautifully designed staircase to the first floor, you’ll find two double bedrooms, a third single bedroom or study, all with built-in storage, and a family bathroom. A spacious landing between the rooms provides storage space and adds to the light and welcoming feeling this home provides throughout. Much like the WC downstairs and en-suite upstairs, the family bathroom has been well thought through in both design and practicality. A double shower with a rainfall head sits opposite twin sinks and a freestanding bath allows for relaxation in front of the window.

Occupying the top floor is the principal bedroom and en-suite bathroom. Almost secluded from the rest of the house, it is reached through a sliding door and up its own set of stairs. Built into the eaves of the house, this isn’t your typical ‘loft room’. With a ceiling height of just under three metres and four windows, there’s space and light in abundance and westerly views across to Brighton Racecourse.

No expense has been spared in the creation of this modern family home. German-made Zehnder radiators add industrial design with modern technology. Skylights in the kitchen bathe the room in natural light, even on a cloudy day. Wireless technology runs through the house providing clever features such as lights that automatically turn on when wardrobes are opened.

This property is Freehold and the council tax band is D.

The Area

Nestled between Woodingdean and Kemp Town this property is well situated for out-of-city living. Brighton Marina, with its large ASDA supermarket, David Lloyd gym, cinema, and harbour is a short four-minute drive away. The beaches on either side can be reached on foot from there and the undercliff walk, which takes you along to Saltdean, can be cycled or walked as well. For nature lovers, this property is nestled between two nature reserves and within a twenty-minute walk of the South Downs National Park.


Local primary schools include City Academy, Woodingdean, St Lukes, and Brighton College Prep. Local secondary schools include Brighton College, Roedean, and Longhill.

Transport Links

This property is located east of the centre of Brighton & Hove, which is a short ten-minute drive away. It is well connected with a regular bus service which will get you into the city centre in just thirty minutes. The A27, with its links to Lewes in the east and onwards to the A23 and Crawley and London to the North, is a ten-minute drive away. Gatwick Airport is a forty-minute drive away and Heathrow Airport is an hour and fifteen-minute drive away.

What We Think

“As soon as you walk through the front door of this property you feel at home. The open-plan living space has been cleverly designed in such a way that you feel like you have three spaces in one and the skylights bathe the area in beautiful natural light. This is a very special home that would be well-loved by a family.”

Abi Radford, CMO & Co-Founder at Number Twenty Four





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Property highlights

  • Modern open-plan living
  • Entrance through a porch with coat and shoe storage
  • Three double bedrooms and one single bedroom or study
  • Private principal bedroom with en-suite and high ceilings
  • Family bathroom with freestanding bath, shower, and twin sinks
  • Clever storage solutions on every floor
  • West-facing multi-level garden with views to Brighton Racecourse
  • State-of-the-art appliances
  • Well situated for access into Brighton & Hove
  • Off street parking