Copper Cottage in the Laine


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The Copper Cottage is a quirky house, tucked away in a traditional Sussex "twitten", minutes walk away from Brighton train station. The house is located in the popular North Laine with bars, restaurants, music venues and theatres, and a short walk from the seaside. There is a bright open plan lounge/kitchen, with fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom and shower room. The house is furnished with designer fitting and skylight.

I designed and built The Copper Cottage myself with two mottos in mind: Fun and Practical. Inspired by steam-punk style, with my own personal touches, I wanted the design to be unique. The one-storey house offers comfort and space in a prime location. While the footprint of the Copper Cottage is small, I have used height and light to enhance the space by adding various windows, skylight and LED lights. The Cottage is eco-friendly, using vertical aluminium radiators with open copper pipes that warms up quickly. I used modern insulation to minimise the use of energy and it is supplied by renewable electricity from local sources (the off-shore wind-farm you can see from Brighton beach!).

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7 iljieli ġewwa Brighton, East Sussex

30 Nov 2022 - 7 Diċ 2022

4.82 out of 5 stars from 111 reviews


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This Cottage is located in an enviable position close to Brighton mainline train station and the fashionable North Laines. The historic "twitten" that forms Trafalgar Terrace comprises a terrace of colourfully painted early 18th century cottages on one side with their respective private gardens.
The cottage is a contemporary home, beautifully decorated and furnished, classically presented with modern styling and gas central heating. It has an open plan layout from the reception room through to the kitchen. The pretty lounge has a wall mounted television and a very quirky lift that takes the tv up to the top of the wall and behind a copper grill.

Shops: North Laine shops are at the end of the street and a great place to browse and explore. You can find pretty much anything there from specialist and second-hand book shops, record stores, vintage clothes, designer boutiques, antiques shops, the vast "Snooper's Paradise" and Oliver's Brighton, the magical Harry Potter shop. We are also only 15 minutes from Churchill Square for the usual high street range of shops.

Railway Station: Brighton main station is at the end of T just 2 minute walk.

Music Venues: Brighton has a vibrant music scene and many of the venues are within 5 minutes' walking distance, which makes nights out a great different experience while the cottage still remains quiet at night in a pedestrian alleyway. The Green Door Store, Prince Albert, Hope and Ruin, Brighton Dome and other live music venues are 2 - 5 minutes walk away, with the Brighton Centre 10-15 minutes' walk away, on the seafront. The Concorde 2 is also easily accessible by foot, taking in a stroll along the seaside from the pier. (There is nothing like coming out of a great gig to see the moon over the sea!)

Cinema: Komedia is 3 minute's walk and whilst their sister venue, Duke's (I'm told it's the oldest purpose-built cinema in England) is a just a little bit further at Preston Circus. For blockbusters, Brighton Odeon is by the sea and only 10 minutes walk.

Theatres and Comedy: Brighton Dome is 5 minutes walk. Theatre Royal is 3 minutes walk. Rialto and Marlborough theatre are 10 minutes walk. Of course during Festival time (May) there are many other small venues and the pop-up Bosco, Warren and Spiegel Tent for music comedy and theatre are all within 10 minutes' walk, as well as a range of pub-theatres nearby.

Museums and Art Galleries: Brighton Museum is 5 minutes walk. Brighton University Art Department and ONCA are also round the corner also host regular exhibitions, and there are countless commercial galleries in the North Laines.

The stunning Brighton Pavillion and Pavilion Gardens (park) are only 5 minutes walk.In winter, there is an ice-rink here.

Brighton beach and the pier are a 10 minute walk.

Pubs and Bars: Where to start?! Brighton North Laine area and the (South) Lanes boast dozens of fantastic drinking places from Artisan craft ale to Bison Brighton Brewed beers, traditional pubs and fashionable cocktail bars. There are scores within 2 to 10 minutes walk.

Restaurants: Again, the range is vast and you can find menus of most cuisines to suit almost any budget within a short walk. Brighton is famous for it's excellent range of vegetarian and vegan restaurants (we recommend Food for Friends and Terre a Terre in the Lanes for a special occassion), but any foodie will be more than happy here. Within 5 minutes' walk you can choose between the famous Silo restaurant, great brunch cafes, traditional British pub food, gastropubs, Mexican, Vietnamese, Senegalese, Japanese, Chinese and the excellent new vegetarian Indian restaurant, Manju's .

Nature and Sport: Brighton is nestled in the beautiful South Downs, which offer excellent walking and surprisingly challenging mountain biking or road biking for the South of England! Our favourite bike rides are the Under Cliff Pass to Saltdean (which has a refurbished 1930s lido) to the East, or to the ruins of Bamber Castle along the coast and the River Ader to the West. If you don't fancy swimming in the sea there is a swimming pool near the Dome, and various gyms nearby. There is also a bouldering centre in Hove/Portslade.

Further afield: Historic towns of Lewes (easily cyclable) and Arundel are worth visiting, with their castles, pretty shopping streets and Harveys Brewery at Lewes.

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I like travelling and trying new food. I connect with people while on the road and interested in others lives and stories. I have lived in half a dozen countries and speak more than English :) While at home I am a dad and an entrepreneur. Building and refurbishing houses is my passion. I designed and refurbished the property I am listing on Airbnb.
I like travelling and trying new food. I connect with people while on the road and interested in others lives and stories. I have lived in half a dozen countries and speak more tha…

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