The main entrance is located on the raised ground floor and opens into the spacious hallway. With many period features retained, this is an inviting space and gives access to the main open plan drawing room with wooden floorboards, working marble fireplace and original bay window to the front with stylish shutters, a feature that continues throughout the home. The bright dining area has a second marble fireplace with gas point, original sash window overlooking the garden and useful built-in storage. To the rear of the ground floor is the contemporary fitted kitchen, finished to a very high standard with sleek black tiled flooring, ample Corian worktops and cupboard space. There is also integrated appliances, including oven, Induction hob with extractor hood above, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and warming drawer. Planning permission has been granted to extend the kitchen, please see Brighton planning register application number BH2015/03888 for full details.
The kitchen in turn leads to the very spacious west facing rear garden, receiving plenty of sunshine and spanning approximately 115ft this garden is ideal for entertaining and relaxing alike. Enjoying a patio area with plenty of space for garden furniture, as well a lawn to allow the children to play freely, a further seating area and a summer house to the rear. The garden can also be accessed via the lower ground floor, which has the benefit of its own additional patio space.
The lower ground floor itself houses a second bay fronted reception room, again with wooden flooring and working fireplace. As well as good sized double bedroom, understair storage/utility space and wet room to the rear with double shower. This floor would be perfect for dependents or teenagers and could be converted into a self-contained one bedroom apartment (STNC).
Upstairs on the first floor, you will find two more double bedrooms both with built-in wardrobes and further single room, ideal for a children’s bedroom or home office. Also on this floor is the beautifully presented family bathroom with dramatic aubergine roll top bath situated under the window overlooking the garden to relax and enjoy the tranquil views.
Venture upstairs further to the second floor, you will find the final double bedroom; an incredibly spacious room in the pent of the house, providing privacy, excellent eaves storage and views over the roof-tops of Brighton.
This rare find of a whole house of this era, is located within the favoured Preston Village, perfect for commuters and couples alike, being in such close proximity to Preston Park station and local amenities with the added bonus of parking.