Central Brighton. By the sea -1 hour from London

Central Brighton. By the sea -1 hour from London


Nov 2016

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Mid 1800's ground floor maisonette with sunny garden
Architecturally designed and Refurbished in 2016.
We live down a quiet little road, the maisonette is half a house with good size open plan sitting room and kitchen. Peel back doors into the partly decked sunny garden from the sitting room.
Its a nice sized flat, light and airy. I love living here.
Bedroom 2 downstairs and has its own ensuite bathroom and a cosy decked patio with hammock to chill out in- currently being worked on- pics to come.
Also 2 easy 3 year old cats- Mog and Chico- I can’t see how to add that we have pets....they are great company!


More about us

  1. Creative Mother and daughter Sofia (16 years) We moved back to the UK and to lovely Brighton a couple of years ago from Mallorca, Spain. We love living in Brighton as we get the best of both worlds, sea and the beautiful South Downs countryside as well as an eclectic and vibrant city

  2. I work freelance in Photgraphy and Publishing.
    We are outdoorsy animal lovers.

  3. Love art and design, long walks, sailing, cooking and exploring new places

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Where is it?


7 Dials/ Montpelier is a 10 minute walk from Brighton station (with direct line to London 1 hr and Gatwick Airport 30 mins).
It has a buzzy village feel with plenty of restaurants, shops and cafes. Easy 10 minute walk to the sea, Great bus links. Central, yet not too crowded.

Check out this website for a quick run down of Brighton and its areas.


Buzzy restaurants
Thai, Japanese, Homemade Burger Restaurant, Fish and chips, Gastropubs
Cool bars
Traditional pubs and trendy bars a stones throw
Cozy cafés
Numerous artisan coffee shops,
Retail therapy
The historical and independent boutique shopping district of The North Laines is a 12 minute walk. Lots of vintage and quirky shops,
Bit of culture
Lots of art galleries,Brighton Pavilion, 2 theatres, live music galore
Walks in the park
Montpelier Green is a 2 minute walk. St Annes Well Gardens a 7 minute walk, with tennis courts and kids playground. Dyke Rd Park is a 7 min walk the other direction, great outdoor theatre.
Spot of exercise
Withdean Sports Complex 1o mins by car. Indoor pool 15 min walk. Hop on hop off Bike hire all over the city - great cycling all the way along the sea promenade for miles
Day tripping
Direct trains to London 1 hour. The South Downs way for hiking. Lots of pretty villages nearby, Firle, Poynings, Steyning,Hassocks, Ditchling- all accessible by bus or train. Wild swimming in Barcombe.

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