Within the catchment area for St Luke’s, it’s obvious that this flint fronted Victorian terraced house will make a fantastic family home with a bit of work.
The spacious living/dining room welcomes you having been knocked through, with a substantial bay window offering views out to the greenery beyond. Cornicing and two fireplaces with a detailed surround in addition to the high ceilings gives a period elegance to the room.
The kitchen still has the original pantry which is often included when the kitchens are extended, a door leads out to a patio space with steps up to the raised garden. Back in the hallway a painted white banister and polished wood handrail leads up to the first floor.
To the rear is a good sized bathroom, normally a third bedroom on this floor, the bathroom leads out to raised garden area, with its lawn and flint wall surround it could be a pretty space. Just down the hallway, past the separate WC is the third bedroom, with built in panelled wardrobe to the side of the fireplace, and a large window overlooking the garden. The bedroom to the front is stunning; generous in size, with a large bay window and a stretch of wooden floorboards, finished off with a feature fireplace. Up the next flight of stairs, in an original loft room when the house was built, a small front dormer makes the most of the stunning views over Queens Park to the sea.
Set moments from Queens Park itself, approximately 15 acres of public park, with a well-equipped children’s play area. Kemp Town village is close by with its mix of independent shops, cafes and welcoming local pubs. The city centre and Brighton’s mainline station are within easy reach via the frequent bus services and Brighton’s beautiful beach is only a short distance away.Reference: 230481
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