This incredibly stylish and light, four-bedroom house has two beautiful bathrooms and a gorgeous south-facing garden. Set out over three spacious floors with loads of lateral space, it has been refurbished beautifully over the years - the result is a fabulous period home with an enormous amount of heart and soul.

Addison Road, Hove, 4. Bed House



Just a short journey on foot from Brighton station (Google maps says 13 minutes, but we think they must have been dawdling) this house is brilliantly located for transport, particularly for those commuting to and from London and beyond. The Lanes and Seafront are also just a short stroll or bus ride away, with various routes running from the top of the road.

Being handily placed for the station, resident parking is in place on the street. This is welcome, as it stops people snaffling your spot outside the house on a regular basis.


This is a very special house indeed. Meticulously maintained and elegantly decorated, with wooden floorboards and period detailing throughout, the current owner has made this a brilliant home, which is not only stylish but also a hugely practical space for a family or a couple looking for oodles of space.

We adore the abundance of natural light which floods into almost every room, and the generous ceiling height and proportions bring a sense of tranquillity to every space. We particularly like the loft conversion with raised platform bed, and the opulent main bathroom with the stand alone, roll top bath – more akin to a boutique hotel than a Victorian terraced house.

We really can’t say enough good things about this home, so we leave it up for you to discover the rest.


We love this house and its location. The Seven Dials and around has a wonderful sense of community, and this is the perfect spot to walk almost anywhere in Brighton and Hove.

We will particularly miss the light, airy space and entertaining in the south facing garden, which has been such a delight over the years.

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