Inside £2m Regency home with several fireplaces and private courtyard

The home is on the market for £2 million <i>(Image: Winkworth/Zoopla)</i>
The home is on the market for £2 million (Image: Winkworth/Zoopla)

A Grade II-listed regency home is up for sale for £2 million.

The six-bedroom house in Brunswick Place, Hove, is spread over five floors and has a balcony with sea views.

Estate agents Winkworth said the house was built between 1828 and 1830 after being designed by architects Amon Wilds and Charles Busby.

The regency home is one of few in the area that is owned by a single family rather than being divided into flats.

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The property, which has a bow-fronted first-floor reception room, has an open-plan kitchen and living space in the lower ground floor that leads out to a private courtyard with garden furniture.

The Argus: The property has an outdoor courtyard
The Argus: The property has an outdoor courtyard

The ground floor of the home has a dining room and an ensuite bedroom, followed by a reception room and an ensuite study on the first floor.

The second and third floors are home to the rest of the property's bedrooms and bathrooms.

Each storey in the home is reached via the regal-looking staircase.

Winkworth said the home still has a number of its preserved period features.

This include fireplaces, full-length windows and solid wood floors.

A spokesman for Winkworth said: "Brunswick Place, situated at the top of Brunswick Square is a fine example of Regency architecture being one of the few elegant, seafront townhouses remaining as a single dwelling in the city and one of few occupied by a whole family.

"Having been extensively refurbished throughout, the internal accommodation at Brunswick Place is remarkable and offers the ultimate mix of classic regency architecture and modern, creating balanced and elegant designs that flows from room to room.

"Today, the house lends itself to practical family living and offers the opportunity of entertaining on both a modest and grand scale from one of the number of reception rooms."