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This characterful four bedroom corner house is distinct, having been built some years later than the neighbouring terraces. It thus has the added benefit of off-street parking, as well as larger dimensions and higher ceilings. The property is offered with NO CHAIN, is bright and open and in a super location, close to highly rated schools and lovely parks.
The house has a surprisingly large living room, as well as a kitchen with breakfast area which the current owners principally use for family mealtimes. The kitchen worktops are gorgeous bespoke cherry wood.
On the first floor is a handy under-stairs utility area with space for your washer, dryer and laundry, so no need to lug it up and down stairs! In the top room, the steel structure is already in place for a dormer to be fitted, should anyone wish to, subject to planning permission.
The gated off-street parking space is framed with bespoke decking, benches and recycling box storage. The area doubles up as a garden, providing the perfect suntrap when the parking space is empty.
There are far reaching views from most of the bedrooms and many are dual aspect. The construction is insulated cavity walls so it has great sound and heat insulation properties, added to by double glazed windows. The orientation of the property means an abundance of natural light floods in all year round. On a sunny day in winter, the sun warms up the house through its many windows, whilst in summer, double doors from the living room open onto a shady patio which gives on to a private little garden with gated access to a walkway at the rear from Coventry Street, ideal for bringing in bikes and gardening equipment. A sizable store underneath the house provides additional storage.
Brighton Station is less than a mile away and the town centre is just under 1.25 miles distant. Within half a mile are Stanford Junior & Infant schools, Cardinal Newman secondary school and BHASVIC College, Dyke Road Park and Preston Park, as well as the ever popular Seven Dials, with its range of café-bars, delis, restaurants and shops. The number of young families living in the area is largely due to the proliferation of good schools nearby.
The house is in the heart of the popular Port Hall district, renowned for its strong community spirit. Coventry Street (which the front door opens on to) holds a street party once a year, as well as closing the street from 4–6pm for several ‘Play Street’ days in summer when the children play outside and the adults can socialise on their doorsteps.
End-of-terrace CORNER HOUSE
Very large living room
Back gate into stepped rear garden
Storage under house
Abundance of light throughout property
Larger than average rooms for the style of house
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