Having undergone a substantial program of works, this charming Victorian terraced house is ready to become a family home again. With period features, such as fireplaces and cornicing, this house has a lovely feel about it, and the high ceilings on the ground and first floor offer a feeling of grandeur. Situated on the curve of Albion Hill and Queens Park Road, this corner property is spacious and comes with the convenience of a garage, accessed from Albion Hill. The accommodation spans over four floors, with the loft having been converted to create an ideal guest bedroom with its own en suite facilities.
On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms which share a 'Jack and Jill' bathroom, and from the landing, French doors open onto the South East facing roof terrace with roof top views down to the park.
The fourth bedroom, or a further reception room, is situated on the raised ground floor to the rear with pretty views overlooking the garden. The lounge is to the front with a large bay window, creating a light and airy room, and a lovely feature fire place and cornicing, adding character and charm. At the rear of this floor is the modern family bathroom with a bath and separate shower cubicle.
The real heart of the home is the kitchen/diner, situated in the basement with white gloss units, wooden worktops, a range cooker and matching chimney style extractor fan. The door from the kitchen/diner opens out to the paved courtyard area, with the entrance to the rear of the garage, which is accessed directly on Albion Hill and leads onto West Drive.
The utility room is further down the hall on this level with space for a washing machine, dryer, and with worktops over and white gloss cupboards for additional storage. There is also the bonus of a downstairs cloakroom on this level too, ideal for a family with children.
The area is popular for its proximity to Queens Park, an attractive park with a pond, tennis courts and a children’s playground. Many good schools can be found in the area, the most popular being St. Luke’s Primary school, which you are in the catchment area for. With a regular bus service in the area that takes you into town, or Kemp Town village, which is 500 meters away. The area is popular for commuters travelling to London as the main line train station is just over one mile away.Reference: 228631