Check out the £2.5million neo-Tudor mansion in Brighton for sale
Scrolling through the houses on Zoopla is a great pastime. From mansions to country estates and beach vacations to a cabin in the woods, there’s a dream home for every personality.
Whether you plan to buy or not, snooping around the houses is fun.
If you’ve got £2.5million to spare Zoopla might have the Brighton area property for you.
The house is on Withdean Road and has “Neo-Tudor” styling along with its own private swimming pool.
Take a look inside the property
On his Zoopla pageIt says: “Surrounded by mature trees on a peaceful street in Withdean, this 1930’s Neo-Tudor style detached family home feels every inch of a country home, yet is superbly positioned in the town and has excellent transport links close by.”
In terms of design, it has “twin gables with decorative bargeboards, Tudor wooden beams and trellis, leaded windows”.
Upon entering the property a double height window brings plenty of light into the hall and a half timbered staircase can also be seen.
From here you enter the living room, which is described as ‘cozy’ and which has an exposed brick fireplace in the center.
This space, which stretches the depth of the home, connects to the ‘breathtaking’ sun room, which offers ample space for summertime seating and entertaining.
These rooms are divided by double doors so they can be opened when needed to create a social space.
Also on the first floor is the dining room with a bay window overlooking the front garden and seating for a table for ten.
In the kitchen, it should be equipped “only with the best materials and the best craftsmanship”.
It features lemon cream colored wood cabinets paired with light stone countertops and built-in appliances.
Upstairs on the first floor are five of the six bedrooms including the master suite.
It is described as a ‘comfortable space’ with built in wardrobes by Clive Christian providing ample storage for clothes and shoes for two.
The profile adds, “Even with a king-size bed, floor space is not compromised, and double wooden doors reveal the bathroom.”
Going back upstairs you will find the final bedroom in the converted loft which has an en-suite bathroom and great views of the area.
There is also a conservatory downstairs on the first floor, which is a “quiet place to sit and read, relax, meet friends or simply enjoy the wonderful view”.
Finally, the garden is described as “lush and green” with manicured lawns and flower beds.
You will also find a swimming pool with plenty of space all around for sunbathing.
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