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This stunning Hove seafront period property has been renovated within strict limitations of its listed status.
Due to planning permission and building regulation approval this renovation of a listed property took almost two years to complete. The main living area balances period charm with a contemporary style with the original Regency features synonymous with Brighton and Hove’s beautifully maintained and restored within the listed guidelines. archangels ARCHITECTS collaborated with ARK Builders and our clients to produce a calm main open plan living area that compliments the owners homely minimalist style with local and South East Asian influences.
- Internal rearrangement and demolition of non-original internal walls allowed for the creation of a large, open plan lounge and living area
- New, high spec kitchen and bathroom
- Period sash windows reinstated
- Replacement of large rear window to a set of French doors to allow access to enclosed terrace