This house epitomises city centre living, but with added benefits that you would not expect.
This grand and spacious Edwardian house could not be more convenient for both Hove mainline railway station and seafront, both being close to the house, with easy access to Brighton a further benefit. This close to the city you would not expect a large garden, but again this house bucks the trend with a super space that is mature, laid mainly to lawn and remarkably quiet and private.
The substantial accommodation that this five-bedroom house offers over three floors, will be perfect for a family who want to be close to the extensive shops, bars and restaurants in Church Road. The house is full of character, space and light with many nooks and crannies, eaves storage and even a hidden room.
The many original features start before you even get through the front door with the lovely black and white tiled mosaic path and steps. These features continue once you move into the entrance hall with the lovely wooden flooring that runs through into the lounge with its superb bay window and dining room with a door that leads out to the rear garden. Both rooms are bright and spacious with high ceilings, sash windows and beautiful cast-iron fireplaces with ornate surround. The lounge has an array of crafted, fitted bookshelves.
Original features continue throughout with high ceilings, sash windows, wooden flooring, fireplaces and lovely bay windows. The size of the rooms will continue to surprise.
A significant further benefit is the lower ground floor one-bedroom flat which has a separate entrance, and can also be accessed from inside the house. It would be ideal for a dependant relative, older child, nanny, extensive office space or income option.
Whether you are local and looking for something bigger or you are moving to the area from London or elsewhere, this beautiful and unique house could be the home you are looking for and its space offers adaptability and further potential in abundance.Reference: 228065