This quaint house has many original features with stripped wooden floors, coal fireplace and sash windows. It also has the added bonus of being offered with no onward chain and is an ideal property for someone to put their own stamp on.
As you enter this period home the entrance hallway takes you through to the lounge/dining area, this room is flooded with natural light all through the day as its dual aspect. The French double doors from this room takes you out onto the L-shaped patio area which has been carefully designed to make the most of the space, with raised beds and a seating area, it’s the perfect spot to relax after a long day.
There is also access to the patio area via the kitchen, which has been extended, allowing space for a small table. The kitchen itself has ample worktop and cupboard space, with space for every day appliances, including a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge-freezer, a gas hob and oven. Up onto the first floor the split-level landing leads you to a good-sized study room which has a large Velux window making it the perfect work space as it’s so light, this leads on to the family bathroom, which offers great views across Brighton.
On this floor you have two more bedrooms, the second bedroom is a small double room again enjoys the amazing views. The master bedroom is at the front of the home and is a generous size with fitted wardrobes. Up again and you find a good sized loft room, the current owner has used this as a bedroom, there is a sink and access to eve storage. From here you even have a clear sea view and reaching viewing across the city.
Situated in a popular residential area, within easy reach of many shops and cafés and with excellent local schools within walking distance this is an ideal family home. There is frequent bus service on Ditchling Road taking you in and out of the city. It’s also a great spot for any commuters as the property is less than a mile to Brighton Station and London Road train station is within a 5 minute walk.Reference: 233515