Grade II listed house built around 1815 on Marine Parade facing the sea. Formerly the Brighton home of Sir Terence Rattigan, the playwright.
There is a 3 bed basement apartment with its own entrance which has recently been renovated. The basement apartment has an Art Deco styled cinema room with bar along with a wide carpeted staircase with LED lighting. There is also a 1950s "English Rose" aluminium kitchen which has been refurbished. Upstairs in the main house there is a recently installed real wood kitchen and a first floor sitting/drawing room with plaster ceiling and chandeliers.
- Art Deco style cinema room
- 1950's style kitchen
- Sea views
- There is one parking space in front of house which is available. This is suitable for a car or a small van.
- Parking on Marine Parade is by meter which can be £16 for up to 11 hours.
- Brighton Train Station (1.6 miles)