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Situated on a desirable residential road close to the amenities of Brighton city centre, this pretty pastel blue terraced property offers bright and airy accommodation over three floors with lovely views over the city from the bedrooms. Flexible rooms suit the needs of a growing family who will enjoy living in a great location within walking distance of well-regarded local schools, recreational facilities and the seafront. Beautifully presented throughout, the house is decorated in a modern style with white walls and a mix of carpet and wood floors and includes a number of period features such as bay windows and cornicing. One of the property’s highlights is its lower ground floor open-plan living space, which encompasses areas for relaxing, dining and cooking; in the summer months the space can be extended further by throwing open the French doors in the kitchen onto the garden patio. The space extends from the front to the back of the house with wood floor throughout; there is a sitting room with a window to the front and a wood fireplace with wood burner and built in shelves and cabinets on either side. The room then leads through a space for a dining table to the kitchen, which has white gloss cabinets topped with Corian worktops. A mix of wall and floor units includes a breakfast bar and a good variety of drawers and cupboards, while integrated appliances include a gas hob, oven, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Two bedrooms are located on the upper ground floor: a double bedroom with built in wardrobes overlooks the street from a bay window, while a second bedroom at the back has a sunny alcove window overlooking the garden which would make a lovely vanity/dressing table area. A family bathroom on this floor is decorated in soothing white and stone tiles, with an integrated bath tub with shower over.
On the first floor there is a bedroom to the rear with lovely views over Brighton which could easily be used as a study, with the master bedroom occupying the front of the property. The good-sized room has a bay window which floods the room with natural light; the sense of space is further enhanced by a wall of built-in wardrobes with mirrored doors. Useful shelves are also built into the opposite wall, providing additional storage. A sliding frosted glass door opens onto the en suite bathroom, which has a glass cubicle shower and a wall-mounted basin. Feature tiling adds colour.
The property is located in the popular Round Hill Conservation Area, within a short walk of the Fiveways and The Level. Amenities are easily accessible on foot, such as the shops and restaurants of Lewes Road and a large Sainsbury’s supermarket 0.2 miles away. Many of Brighton’s sights are walkable, including the vibrant Laines area (0.8 miles) with more than 400 independent shops, cafes and entertainment venues, and the coast (1.5 miles). Renowned schools catering for all age groups are well represented throughout the city, including Brighton and Hove High School, Downs Infant and Junior schools and Bellerbys College. TRAIN SERVICES: Brighton mainline station is a one-mile walk away, providing fast and direct northbound commuter links with London/the City and Gatwick Airport. London Road Brighton offers reduced services on the same line and is 0.4 miles walk.
A flight of stone steps leads up to the front door from Richmond Road, with on-street parking outside (permit required). To the rear there is a pretty garden which the current owners have landscaped to include arches, gravel paths, steps and flowerbeds stocked with mature shrubs and climbing plants, with walls and fences surrounding on all sides. Patio doors from the kitchen open onto a paved area where there is space for garden furniture and lovely views over the garden.
2 Bathrooms (1 En Suite)
Open Plan Sitting Room/Dining Room/Kitchen
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