GUIDE PRICE £475,000 - £500,000
Situated in a row of smart terraced houses, painted in pastel colour with the detailing and window frames emphasised in white, this house certainly has curb appeal.
On entering the hallway to your left is the pretty lounge with high ceilings, colonial style shutters and fireplace providing a quiet oasis for the family to relax in. Down the hall is a good sized third double bedroom, currently used as a home office.
On the first floor are the master bedroom with a bright bay sash window and a charming second double bedroom overlooking the garden and with fantastic views over Brighton. Both rooms have original stripped wood floorboards, feature wallpaper and the high ceilings provide a feeling of space. The large loft provides plenty of storage and could be converted into a further bedroom with en-suite (STNC).
The basement level is surprisingly bright with a large sash window to the front and glazed door to the west facing garden providing lots of light. This is an ideal family or entertaining space with the kitchen area being open to the large dining area. The kitchen has plenty of storage in light wood cabinets, and a central island providing a breakfast bar and extra work space for budding chefs. Off the kitchen is the family bathroom with a modern white suite with a bath and shower, a W.C and pedestal sink.
The west facing courtyard garden with raised flower beds provides a quiet space for BBQs and enjoying the afternoon sunshine.
This property is ideally located at the bottom of the hill and close to many of the independent pubs, bakeries and shops which make Hanover so unique. Central Brighton is within easy walking distance, with the large park at the Level, the Open Market and Brighton mainline station all just a short walk away. Hanover is well known for its vibrant community spirit and this just one of the reasons the current owners will miss living here.Reference: 231980