An Edwardian Semi Detached Family House, with parking In Need of Modernisation In the Desired Queens Park.

Tower Road, Brighton, BN2 0GF

3 bedrooms
Guide price: £800,000 - £850,000


  • Semi Detatched Edwardian House
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Off Road Parking
  • Kitchen Breakfast Room
  • Two Reception Rooms With Bay Windows
  • South West Facing Lawned Garden
  • Cellar With Good Head Height
  • Large Attic Space
  • Chain Free

Guide Price £800,000 - £850,000

On arrival you are greeted by this half brick, half pebbled dashed house, including its decorative fascia, and box bay windows. This home has the luxury of a red brick drive, laid in a herringbone pattern to accommodate a car, to the right of the property you will find a small lawn and shrubs, this house also benefits from having side access to the lovely south west facing garden and being sold chain free.

On entering the ground floor you will find a Lounge, Kitchen and Dining room.The lounge with a feature fireplace sits at the front of the property, whilst the kitchen and dining room over look the garden. These are currently two rooms, (STNC) these could be joined to make an on trend living area for the whole family to enjoy together. The kitchen, which has a gas boiler fitted in the fireplace, and useful old fashioned larder cupboard, leads on to a conservatory with steps down to the garden.

Upstairs you will find three bedrooms and a shower room, both the master bedroom  and the shower room are situated at the front of the house, bedrooms two and three overlook the garden.

Unexpectedly under the stairs on the ground floor you will find a cellar, this has been recently used as a workshop, but could be turned into a playroom for young children, or a room for older children to relax, there is also access from the cellar onto the garden.

The South West facing pretty walled garden is split level and is home to a lawn, plenty of shrubs, a very pretty apple tree, and at the bottom of the garden is a wooden shed.

Queen's Park is an attractive public park with well planted trees and shrubs. It has a large pond frequented by ducks, geese and herring gulls, along with a children's play area, several good cafes in the area, a bowling green and tennis courts. 

Situated on the West side of the highly sought after Queens Park you will find this pretty Edwardian family home, close by is the landmark the Pepper Pot, it is thought the Pepper Pot was originally built as a horizontal wind-powered pump.Tower Road is in close proximity to both Brighton College and St Luke's Primary, with the seafront being less than a mile away. 

Reference: 229057


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