Braemore Road, Hove

5 Bed House  Sold

5 3 4 £1,250,000
An elegant, rarely available and sympathetically extended, five bedroom, four bathroom late 1920’s detached family home, situated within a tree-line road south of New Church Road, BN3. Internally the house is presented in immaculate order throughout having a beautiful kitchen, an established garden, roof terrace, driveway and garage.


Braemore Road is a prime residential address in one of the most desirable areas of Hove, leading South from New Church Road to Hove Lawns. This property is positioned mid point of Braemore Road which in our view is among the best situations in the tree-lined avenue. There is a great sense of community in this area of Hove. To the opposing side of New Church Road is Richardson Road local independent shopping parade having a butchers, organic green grocers, Drurys coffee house, Curiosity Deli, hairdressers, newsagents, beauticians and chiropodist.

Hove promenade is less than a minute away, while along leafy New Church Road there resides highly desirable schools and nurseries which attracts young families to the area. In addition, there is also easy access to Hove's more central shopping district, and the main bus routes can be found on the Kingsway and New Church Road providing direct access to Brighton city centre and neighbouring towns and villages. The property is approximately 1.4 miles in distance from Hove station and less than a mile to Aldrington station.


From level ground, the property is set back from the street, being encased by low walls and a formal Yew evergreen hedgerow and shaped Bay trees. There is a Minton Geometric tiled path leading to the open porch with archway, past the landscaped front garden to the left is off street parking and driveway to the garage. In addition, there is a secure side access leading to the rear garden. Externally, the property has beautiful bay fronted, rendered and red tile hung elevations under a tiled roof.

The Property

This beautiful family house has been sensitively renovated and improved in recent years offering excellent family accommodation with spacious, characterful rooms. In addition, this is one of the only houses in the street to have retained its beautiful leaded light stained glass windows as well as bay windows to the front and rear. The original wood panel front door opens to the wonderfully spacious and light, dual aspect entrance hall. An original staircase rises to the first floor, there is an under stair storage cupboard and doors to the ground floor cloakroom, reception room and office. The office has a built in cupboard housing the combination boiler which supplies gas central heating throughout the home including original vintage style radiators to the ground floor.

The front facing reception room has a Westerly aspect with a feature bay window and plantation style fitted blinds, there is built in home technology and a remote controlled, real flame gas fire. French doors open to the kitchen which is open plan and has been exceptionally well designed to include innovative features, a range of gloss fronted units to two sides with a matching island unit, all with solid African Iroko hardwood surfaces, the inset induction hob is multi zone with a DeDietrich motorized downdraft extractor. A tower unit houses a Siemens Fan assisted oven and grill, combi microwave in addition to a steam oven. Other integral appliances include a Bosch dishwasher and washing machine, and there is appliance space and provisions for an American style fridge freezer. There is a Franke sink with mixer tap, porcelain tiles with underfloor heating and bi-folding doors which expand across the width of the kitchen with views over the rear garden, the dining area has double doors also providing access to the garden.

As you walk up the stairs to the first floor, there is a large side aspect stained glass window providing natural light to the ground floor and first floor landing, doors open to the three double bedrooms , bathroom with roll edge bath and central mixer tap and separate shower room, both with underfloor heating. The front aspect bedroom is exceptionally spacious with a bay window, the second bedroom has French doors opening to sun terrace which expands the width of the property, also accessed via the third bedroom which has built in wardrobes to one side.

This property has been extended into the loft with the second floor having two double bedrooms, both with en-suites. The front aspect bedroom has Velux windows and built in wardrobe, the en-suite has a panel enclosed bath with concealed wall mounted controls, bath filler and hand held shower attachment, there is a feature pebble stone floor, wash hand basin and eco flush low level W.C. In the rear aspect bedroom there are two Velux windows and a double glazed window with far reaching roof top views, eaves storage and a door to the en-suite. The double width shower enclosure has a glazed screen to one side and surface mounted wall controls with a rain head shower, the room is fully tiled with a Velux window, eco flush W.C and wall hung wash hand basin.

Garden & Grounds

The rear garden expands across the entire rear of the property and with a raised deck area and lawn surrounded to three sides with well-stocked borders, an outside lighting circuit provides mood lighting, ideal for evening entertainment, to the side of the house is convenient gated access to the front garden.


5.03m x 2.51m (16'6 x 8'3)
Original double doors open to the garage which has a side aspect window, pitched roof and lighting.

Additional Information

EPC Rating: TBC - report commission
Residence Parking: Zone W
Total internal measurement: 2,337 Square Feet/ 208 Square Metres
Council tax band: F

Property Details PDF

Braemore Road, Hove

Branch Details

19 Richardson Road,
East Sussex. BN3 5RB

01273 746674