This is a homely Victorian terrace property spanning four storeys, close to Brighton station. The current owners have owned the property several years, during that time they have ensured the property is well maintained both internally and externally. There are also some great period features which really bring out the charm of this home.
The lower ground floor has been let out by the present owners and could be used as a self-contained one bedroom apartment, or incorporated into the main property. The accommodation comprises lounge, double bedroom, kitchen with access to the garden and a bathroom.
The main entrance is on the raised ground floor and leads to the entrance hall with a door to the living space. Being an open plan kitchen/dining room this is an ideal space for family living, socializing or entertaining guests. You also have access to the southerly facing garden from here.
The garden itself boasts the all-important southerly aspect with a raised decking area that catches the sun all day, a real sun trap! This leads down to a generous patio with surrounding bedding, ideal for pottering and those green fingered enthusiasts out there.
Moving back in and up to the first floor you have the master bedroom. This is a lovely room with convenient access to the spacious family bathroom.
The top floor houses a further double bedroom with access to a standout balcony with views south west over the neighbouring gardens.
Set in the West Hill conservation district, this house has been lovingly cared for by its proud owners, delivering the perfect balance of period style and charm with a homely comfort. This attractive home offers stylish city living with cafes, bars and notable restaurants close by. It is conveniently close to Brighton train station and a short distance to the seafront.