• Type: House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 4

Ref: 4644

Property Summary
A substantial, detached, family home enjoying an elevated position with amazing panoramic sea views. The accommodation measures 328 sq m / 3538 sq ft and offers a wealth of opportunities. CLICK ON THE ' VIRTUAL TOUR ' TO SEE OUR DRONE FOOTAGE.

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Location, location, location!

One of Brighton's finest addresses 22 The Cliff, sits on an elevated position having direct, southerly, stunning views towards the sea, close to the beach and the cosmopolitan Marina with its health club, cinemas, casino and waterfront restaurants. The al fresco lifestyle of Kemptown Village and St James's Street can be reached on foot and the cultural heart of the city is about 5 minutes by taxi. Award winning schools, including Roedean, Brighton Waldorf and Brighton College are just minutes away, as is the coastal village of Rottingdean with its popular primary schools and vibrant High Street. East Brighton Golf Club and access to the South Downs National Park are a short stroll. Brighton Station, serving Gatwick, and London and the South-East, is easy to reach by car, taxi or bus.

This spacious home would suit commuters, couples and families of any age. The house itself sits on a sizeable plot with a 68ft /20 m frontage and the rear garden extends to 462 ft / 140 m to Marine Drive and has the potential to be updated and redeveloped subject to the necessary planning and building permissions to create a most fabulous home overlooking the sea.

Currently the home has multiple rooms both downstairs and upstairs to be used as required by today's modern family along with a 47ft/14m sun lounge and a useful downstairs shower room. The house also has a tennis court although some maintenance is required. Homes such as this rarely come to the market, and this is a wonderful opportunity to create an individual home with the most stunning views towards the sea.

What the vendor says

"John and I moved to the house in summer 1955 with my mother and young daughters, and ever since have enjoyed its peaceful location with sea views and close access to the walks of the now National Park of the South Downs. The flexible arrangement of the house allowed my mother to live independently. We commuted to London by train and regular buses enabled our daughters to travel to school. The house offers a secluded, seaside location with easy access to the many facilities and buzz of Brighton.

This has been a delightful home at the heart of our family life and I would like to think of another family growing up here and enjoying the same happiness."

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