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Walpole Terrace,

Guide price £600,000

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Guide price £600,000 - £625,000. Situated on a corner plot on a quiet residential street is this beautifully presented two-bedroom house. Having been completely renovated in the past two years, it offers stylish living just east of Brighton’s city centre.

The Property

As you enter the house you’re met with a flagstone hallway and a well-presented carpeted staircase leading to the first floor. To the right of the front door is the living room, with black-painted bay windows and a matching black cast iron feature fireplace. There’s beautiful herringbone wooden flooring and space for a sofa, an armchair, and a desk.

Through the hallway to the side of the house is an open-plan kitchen/dining room. The kitchen comprises modern shaker-style navy cupboards and wooden worktops with a smart beige tiled splashback. The dining area fits an oval table and another Victorian tile surround fireplace takes centre stage in the space. A door leads from the kitchen to the courtyard garden, which offers a private outdoor space for al-fresco dining and potted plants.

Upstairs, off a spacious landing, you’ll find two good-sized bedrooms and a bathroom. Hexagonal green tiles fill the bathroom, which has a double shower and a modern sink and WC. The principal bedroom, which has been painted in a deep blue-grey, has a bay window and alcoves on either side of another fireplace. White-painted floorboards tie the room together nicely. More neutral in colour, the second bedroom also has a fireplace with alcoves and white-painted floorboards.

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

The Area

This property is located east of Brighton’s city centre just behind Kemp Town, which is well-known for its community charm, and a generous hub of independent shops, delis, vintage stores, indie and second-hand bookshops, restaurants, cafés, and pubs.

Queens Park with its pretty duck pond, children’s play area, and cafe is just a seven-minute walk away and the seafront can be reached on foot in under ten minutes.

The seafront in this part of town has been heavily developed over the past few years and now features Sea Lanes, an Olympic-sized outdoor pool, Brighton Beach Sauna, Yellowave volleyball courts, crazy golf, and bars and eateries. Brighton Pier, and the shops and restaurants of the Lanes, are just a short walk along the promenade away.

In the opposite direction, Brighton Marina can be easily reached by foot, by car, or by public transport.

Transport Links

This property is located 1.3 miles from Brighton mainline station, which is a seven-minute drive or thirty-minute walk away. For those with a car, there is on-street permit holder parking. The A27 with its links along the south coast and north towards London is just 4 miles away.

What We Think

“This home is stunning from top to bottom and every detail has been well thought through. I especially love the different types of flooring that define each space.”

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





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Property highlights

  • Located close to amenities, and the seafront
  • Situated on a corner plot on a quiet residential street
  • Newly renovated throughout
  • Two double bedrooms, one bathroom
  • Beautiful feature fireplaces in all rooms
  • Modern shaker-style kitchen
  • Modern tiled bathroom with rainfall shower
  • Courtyard garden