Roedean Road, Brighton

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Roedean Road, Brighton


  • Detached, House
  • Property Type
  • 6
  • Bedrooms
  • 5
  • Bathrooms


This sea facing home on Roedean Road is truly one of a kind, collaboratively designed by both the current owners and leading architects, Denizen Works…

The brief for this project was simple, to maximise the flow of natural light and capture the incredible views within the key living areas of the house. Suffice to say, the task has undoubtedly been accomplished, with the finished product representing a masterpiece in contemporary design.

Externally, the extraordinary façade is finished with a charred Japanese timber, coupled with a striking display of terracotta hung tiles. Boasting a sophisticated presence from the roadside, the double width ‘Shou Sugi Ban’ porch with a huge pivot door opens, inviting you to explore the inner beauty of this state-of-the-art home.

The expansive hallway denotes elements of mid-century aesthetics, with the combination of clean lines, flat planes and the implementation of raw materials, such as Terrazzo stone flooring and bespoke Oak joinery. Continuing with its twentieth century concept, steps lead down to the open plan living and kitchen area. This space is filled with a rich, natural, south facing light via vast sliding-glass doors which illuminate this room throughout the day. With the changes in elevation, integration with the outdoors and contemporary styling – this primary living space is truly remarkable.

The kitchen is minimal, yet hugely functional. Centred around a large island, it creates a congregative feel for family and friends to come together. The body of the kitchen is fitted with a long run of ceramic worktops and deep cupboard space, complete with a comprehensive range of integrated appliances. Built in a Blackened Oak, it declares a refined and imposing position…The blackened theme continues into the utility room, where there is a further supply of useful storage and services. The driveway can also be accessed from here, making those trips from the car far more manageable with the weekly shop!

The living area sprawls the remainder of the extensive footprint, which exhibits a comfortable and welcoming space to relax, with Vitsoe modular units fixed to the rear wall. Additionally on the ground floor is a separate reception room, tucked away from the main living space but also with a sea view, it boasts a myriad of uses, such as a home office, occasional bedroom or separate retreat for the children to play. There is also a family shower room, fitted with handsome dark tiles, a Corian topped vanity unity and Vola fittings.

As you ascend the slatted staircase, you arrive to the bright and spacious first floor landing. This level is home to five of the six bedrooms, which each boast their own character, yet maintain a contemporary feel. Three of the bedrooms are positioned to the southern side of the property, with an abundance of natural light and far-reaching sea views. These rooms are adjoined by a deep external balcony, which are all accessed via sliding doors. There are two stylish en-suite bathrooms within the largest bedrooms, where the remaining three doubles share a sleek, monochrome family bathroom.

In our opinion, the most inspiring feature within the house is the top floor master suite. You are only but marvelled by the stunning panoramic sea views and considered layout of this bedroom. Offering three distinct areas, it secures itself as what we believe to be, one of the best principal bedrooms available. The bed is centrally positioned, where doors slide open and the views are best admired. The huge dressing area is a suave space to comfortably store garments for the modern couple and is complete with a range of built in cabinetry and storage. It can also be used as a further study or bedroom. The elegant bathroom is dressed in marble, with Vola fittings, a stunning wet room and a freestanding bath by C P Hart that offers private vistas out to sea.

The landscaped south facing garden takes an elevated position, overlooking Brighton Marina and beyond. With mature trees and hedging surrounding its perimeter, you can enjoy the tranquil benefits of this space, in privacy. The terrace commands an alfresco type of lifestyle and encapsulates the beauty of enjoying in and out living.

Roedean is considered as one of the most enviable locations within the city. It is known for its plethora of academic options; Brighton College, Roedean Girls and both St Margaret’s CofE and Our Lady of Lourdes primary schools.

Brighton Beach House, the latest addition to the Soho House Group is close by, as is the eclectic culture of Kemptown, known for its independent café’s, bars and restaurants. Brighton station can be reached (by electric bicycle or taxi) in around 10 minutes, with regular links to London.

Two large supermarkets and Post Office are at the bottom of Roedean Road with more shops, restaurants, cinema, bowling alley, watersports, a sea cliff walk and Malmaison Hotel are easily accessible on foot or by car or bicycle at Brighton Marina. There is also East Brighton Golf Club directly in front of the house and a large putting green on the same road.

With countryside behind you, and the sea in front…you really are going to struggle to find such an exceptional home in an excellent location…

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