From the spacious hallway with its stripped wooden floorboards and valuable under stair storage, this home flows beautifully. The through lounge really is impressive, boasting detailed cornicing, two working fireplaces, one with a timeless marble surround the other in stone, as well as three large sash windows, allowing the room to be bathed in light. The rear offers ample space for a table and chairs, ideal for entertaining guests or equally for relaxed evening meals.
Along the hallway, past the utility cupboard, housing the washing machine, dryer and boiler, the kitchen/breakfast room welcomes you, offering a wealth of work top space, storage and an integrated oven with a six ring gas hob and extractor over. With more than enough room for a further table and chairs, this room has been extended by the current owners into a desirable conservatory, leading to the pretty garden via sliding patio doors, laid with pebble.
On the half landing, the family bathroom offers a bath with a shower over, sink, WC and a bidet, as well as a useful separate WC, just next door. The first good sized bedroom can be found on the first floor with a sash window, stripped wooden floor boards and a fireplace with sizeable built-in cupboards either side. On from here, the spacious master bedroom stretches out in front of you, with beautiful original cornicing and ceiling rose, a working fireplace and a substantial bay sash window, making the room lovely and light.
Completing this impressive home are the two double bedrooms on the second floor, accessed past a sizeable half landing with enough space for further storage or even a computer table. Both rooms are spacious and feature sash windows and a continuation of the stripped wooden flooring.
This gorgeous home allows for ease of access to a wealth of local amenities, from the vibrant village life of Kemp Town village to the prestigious Brighton College and the beautiful and famed Brighton seafront, and with the frequent bus services close by, the rest of the city and Brighton’s mainline station couldn’t be easier to reach.Reference: 223746