Located in the much acclaimed and desired Clifton Terrace, this house has easy access to the lively centre of Brighton and it's extensive communication links.This property was built in 1846 by the acclaimed Thomas Kemp. It is a double fronted end of terrace house, which has recently undergone a complete refurbishment to bring it to the highest standard of contemporary living and yet retaining it's outstanding period features.It has an impressive entrance to the hall with wood flooring and character fireplace, which leads to the kitchen and living area. The kitchen features a raised dining area the games room and garages. A utility room leads off the kitchen.The first floor has a full width reception room with stunning views across Clifton gardens and the sea beyond. To the rear is a double bedroom/study. On the second floor there are four double bedrooms and the stairs lead on the third floor. There is the master bedroom suite with panoramic views over the Channel.Remarkably the property benefits from three garages, which have been refurbished to a high standard. Additionally, the property benefits from access to the delightful private communal gardens directly opposite, giving great outdoor space for family and friends.The high class and architecturally acclaimed residential area of Clifton Hill was built in the mid-19th century. Stucco-clad terraced housing and villas predominate, but two of the city's most significant Victorian churches and a landmark hospital building are also in the area, which lies immediately northwest of Brighton city centre and spreads as far as the ancient parish boundary with Hove. The famous 11th century St Nicholas church is also situated around the corner.