This house combines quirky, contemporary and character all in one go. The quirkiness comes from the slightly unusual layout and the external appearance and feel of the house. The contemporary comes from the fact that the house has been completely refurbished and has very modern, clean lines throughout with good use of glass and some superb up to date features. The character is without doubt because of the location of the house in central Hove amongst many Victorian properties and close to the many shops, bars and restaurants in Church Road. The house is also within easy reach of Hove seafront.
It is possible that you may have originally anticipated buying a large converted apartment but why not buy Freehold in the heart of Hove instead? The accommodation is arranged over four floors and features include a modern fitted kitchen, spacious lounge with bi-fold doors opening on to the rear garden and a semi-circular staircase gently winding its way upwards. The four bedrooms are spread over the first and second floors. The master bedroom is very bright and spacious at the rear of the property and has a modern en-suite shower room which is fully tiled and has a lovely walk-in shower cubicle with curved glass screen. The second bedroom is also a very bright and spacious room at the rear of the house. As well as the other two bedrooms there is a further storage room on the top floor with access to the roof terrace.
As well as the rear garden which is mainly paved with flower and shrub borders, unusual in itself in central Hove, there is a roof terrace with glazed balustrade providing views across Hove and affording you some excellent privacy whilst enjoying the fresh air.Reference: 222564