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Mews House, Brighton, Sussex

Mews House
21 Queensbury Mews
Brighton
Sussex

BN1 2FA

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Beautiful Contemporary Seafront Mews House... Brand new (August 2008) Mews House with private street entrance. Detatched with no neighbours and built over two levels. Upstairs includes a bright open plan living space (with fully fitted/equipped modern kitchen) and bathroom. Downstairs is a quiet, comfy bedroom and en-suite bathroom and rear door to private terrace. This house is peaceful and comfortable yet right in the heart of Brighton. The beach is a minute away.. as are all the shops, bars and restaurants.Inside the Mews House.. The living room is equipped with a 37 inch LCD TV (wall mounted) and DVD/CD player. Fold down double sofa bed, and all floors are solid wood upstairs. There is a bathroom (with toilet and sink) off the living area. The kitchen has dishwasher, washer/dryering machine, NEFF microwave/oven/hob and large fridge/freezer - all fitted beautifully with wood fascias. Large skylights allow light to flood the whole area (these have black out blinds for guests comfort at night). Downstairs the master bedroom has loads of fitted wardrobe space, and either a super king size bed or choice of double/single and single for flexibility. The en suite bathroom has luxury fittings with bath/shower and skylights giving it an light airy feel. The rear terrace has a large table and four chairs. The terrace is decked and there is external lighting. High speed wireless broadband can be provided (if requested at reservation). This is up to 24MB (currently the fastest ISP provider in the UK).

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