You will be buying a lovely, well presented house in Ewart Street, one of the widest roads in the area, giving you a sense of space and light. The property under went significant refurbishment in 2009.
As you walk into the front door to the hallway, stairs lead to the first floor, and large part glazed double doors, which open to the lounge/diner with its gas effect feature fireplace - the focal point of this room. The replaced double-glazed sash windows and bespoke shutters create a lovely period feel to this charming room. At the back of the reception room are replaced French doors that lead out to the patio-style rear garden with its curved rendered white walls and tiled ground giving you a 'Mediterranean' feel. The back wall of the garden has been extended and reinforced with steel, creating a sense of privacy, outside lighting makes the space a great evening entertaining area.
Continuing the entertaining theme, the kitchen which has planning to extend into the side return, is very well presented with Victorian cream high gloss cabinets; integrated appliances are all hidden away, the gas hob and oven has an external extractor fan above; the kitchen is finished off with cream tiled splash back and dark grey slate floor tiles which are illuminated beautifully by LED floor lights.
On the first floor is a luxurious family bathroom, the bath is against the back wall and exceptionally useful storage cupboard next to it, the walk in shower is a statement piece with glass screens and the period fittings tie in with the period W.C. and pedestal sink. The floor tiling is striking in dark grey as a contrast to the white wall tiles, the double glazed window and extractor fan allow more then enough ventilation for this room.
Along the hall are two double bedrooms, the rear over looks your courtyard garden through double glazed sash windows. The front bedroom is the master, with space for a bank of wardrobes; the double glazed sash window over looks the pretty street and is finished off nicely with bespoke shutters.
Hanover is a well-regarded local community of colourful painted houses, with plenty of events and a real “love thy neighbour” feel; a good local pub is never far away. The city centre and beach are within easy reach and Brighton station is a short walk away.Reference: 230994