Check out the £3m Grade II Listed Brighton townhouse for sale on Rightmove

Scrolling through houses on Rightmove 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 have £3.25million to spare Rightmove may have the Brighton area property for you.

Situated on the seafront, this townhouse at 8 Lewes Crescent has a lot to offer a potential buyer.

The Argus: The Corridor of the Townhouse (Right Move)The Corridor of the Townhouse (Rightmove)

Take a look inside the property

On your Move page to the right The Grade II Listed property occupies “in a prominent position on Brighton’s seafront, set back in a slightly elevated position with sea views”.

Additionally, the site adds, “The property has an abundance of stunning original features, architraves, shuttered windows, high ceilings and superbly proportioned rooms.”

The Argus: One of the bedrooms in Lewes Crescent (Rightmove)One of the bedrooms in Lewes Crescent (Rightmove)

The living space is spread over five floors and includes eight bedrooms, four bathrooms, kitchen, dining room, library/study, drawing room, gym/reception and a ground floor apartment.

It is a classically furnished building and the vast majority of the rooms have great views of the sea past Brighton’s seafront.

The Argus: Dining Room from 8 Lewes Crescent (Rightmove)Dining Room of 8 Lewes Crescent (Rightmove)

There may be scope to change some of the wall colors in the building but as it is listed a new owner may need to apply for a listed building permit to see what changes would be permitted.

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The history of the building on the Move page to the right It states: “The estate, conceived as a miniature town of 250 houses, was initiated by Thomas Read Kemp in the 1820s.

The Argus: One of the bathrooms at 8 Lewes Crescent (Rightmove)One of the bathrooms at 8 Lewes Crescent (Rightmove)

“Lewes Crescent’s facades were completed in 1828 but the interiors and rears were developed by the first owners.

“The Crescent is named after Lewes because Thomas Read Kemp was born there and like his father became Lewes MP.”

See the full list on the Rightmove website here. Check out the £3m Grade II Listed Brighton townhouse for sale on Rightmove

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