QUEENS PARK TERRACE, BRIGHTON, BN2 9YA
Offers In Excess Of: £730,000
- Red Brick Victorian Terrace
- Stunning Family Bathroom
- Loft Conversion with Ensuite
- Side Return Extension
- Large Kitchen to Entertain
- Open Fireplace in Lounge
- Exceptionally Well Presented
- Desirable Tree Lined Road
- Queens Park Location
- Floor Area: 139.8 sq m / 1505 sq ft
Situated on what is considered to be one of the most popular tree-lined roads in Queens Park, this charming and substantial late Victorian terraced house is well presented from the front garden to the large rear garden. This property is the perfect family home.
At the front of the property is the through lounge with reading room. This room floods with lots of light from it's large box bay windows. It's filled with period charm including a black iron fireplace and pretty cornicing. Well built shelving adds interest and storage in this generous room which is ideal for entertaining family and guests.
The large eat-in kitchen is situated at the back of the property, extended into the side return with a large sky light offering plenty of light as well as the bi-fold doors that lead to the landscaped garden. Slick white cabinets run down one side of the kitchen, providing plenty of Granite worktop space and storage in cupboards. The island is a fantastic focal point and a place where friends and family can gather whilst food is being prepared on the 4 ring gas burner, the island provides yet more storage. There is a bespoke hand built larder cupboard which is a chef's delight.
Neatly tucked away under the white painted stairs that raise to the first floor is a cloakroom with wash hand basin.
The first floor landing is wide and airy with high ceilings. Off from the landing you will find three double bedrooms including the master bedroom which spans the width of the house. The family bathroom on this level is stunning; extended so a freestanding bath fits in, as well as a walk in shower cubicle, finished off with a towel radiator and stylish tiling, its certainly a place to enjoy lazy soaks.
Continuing up to the second floor you will find another double bedroom. This offers plenty of space for bedroom furniture and benefits from an ensuite shower room.
The garden is tiered and has a lovely terrace just outside the kitchen doors allowing for Alfresco dining in the summer months. Up the steps past established flower beds is a further low maintenance entertaining area with a gate to a rear path ideal for rear access for bikes etc.
The area is popular for its proximity to Queens Park, an attractive park with a pond, tennis courts and a childrens playground. Many good schools can be found in the area, the most popular being St. Lukes Primary school. A regular bus service takes you into town or Kemp Town village, which is 500 meters away. The area is popular for commuters travelling to London as the main line train station is just over one mile away.