11 Amazing Million-Pound Homes For Sale In Brighton | sheerluxe.com
Thanks to its pebbled beaches, quirky nightlife and proximity to the capital, Brighton is an ever-popular place for Londoners to up sticks and start a family. From Regency townhouses to Victorian villas with landscaped gardens, here are 11 of the very best family houses on the market right now…
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Arundel Terrace, BN2, £POA

Believed to have been built around 1828, this striking five-bedroom Regency home is located directly opposite Brighton seafront and offers plenty of sea views across its six floors. An extra bonus? Aside from the main house, the building features three self-contained apartments, which can be rented out.

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Arundel Terrace, BN2, £2,275,000

This six-floor Regency townhouse offers views of the sea from the front, and the South Downs from the rear. A Grade I-listed building, it’s filled with period features such as Corinthian columns, high ceilings, original cornicing and shutters, and a full-width balcony.

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Belle Vue Gardens, BN2, £1,299,000

A striking Victorian property in Kemp Town village, this is a characterful four-bedroom home that makes the most of its expansive kitchen and dining room area. We’re a big fan of the garden, which has an eastern hemisphere feel.

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Bloomsbury Place, BN2, £1,175,000

Grade II-listed, this Regency townhouse has sea views from the east-facing balcony and a private west-facing terrace. Within, it’s been carefully refurbished, transforming it into a modern home filled with period details – we love the stained glass in the first-floor living room.

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Clifton Place, BN1, £1,000,000

In the Seven Dials area of Brighton (handy for the train station) this four-bedroom property looks like a great spot for parties: its minimalist kitchen is expansive, and leads onto a polished-stone patio garden that’s lit by an external lighting system.

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Norfolk Road, BN1, £1,600,000

A double-fronted period home, this property features six bedrooms, four bathrooms and three reception rooms. A loft ladder provides access to a flat roof space which could be used as a terrace. We image that the views over the rooftops down to the sea would be pretty spectacular.

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Beaconsfield Villas, BN1, £1,495,000

Built in 1860, this Preston Park property features seven bedrooms, two living rooms and two kitchen/dining areas. Currently arranged as two properties, planning permission is in place to reinstate it as one huge home – complete with 100ft landscaped, tiered west-facing gardens.

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Stanford Road, BN1, £1,000,000

This Victorian villa dates back to 1895 and is just ten minutes from the station. With five bedrooms, the period property has been recently upgraded, with a high-spec, open-plan kitchen which sits well alongside an original fireplace. We really like the look of the sun terrace and garden, which comes with a barbecue/fire pit.

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Tongdean Rise, BN1, £1,250,000

This modern property features off-road parking, five bedrooms and a walk-in wardrobe – we’re sold. Filled with floor-to-ceiling windows, this light-filled home makes the most of its brightness with lots of glass panelling and an open-plan layout. Within the landscaped garden, the current owners have built a home office, which can also be transformed in a gym or studio.

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West Drive, BN2, £1,950,000

In a sought-after location on the west side of Queen’s Park, this detached six-bedroom Victorian home balances elegant entertaining spaces with big, bright family rooms. Its main draw is the garden – there’s a vegetable patch, two patios, a terrace and a lawn. A first-floor balcony overlooks the park.

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