Open House On 29 June
By Appointment Only
With flexible accommodation over three floors is this Victorian townhouse essentially comprises four generous double bedrooms, two reception rooms, one bathroom and kitchen. However, it is currently used as a five-bed student property with living room and kitchen. There is excellent potential for conversion into a family home and whilst it could benefit from some modernisation, the house is in good condition. The décor is bright and neutral with good natural light and includes a number of period features such as high ceilings, bay windows and attractive coving.
Upon entering the property on the ground floor there are two good size rooms, both of which are currently used as bedrooms and could work as a separate dining room and third bedroom or study. It could also, subject to the necessary consents, be opened out into a front-to-back sitting room as has been done with similar properties on the street. A shower room is just beyond at the rear of the property, down a couple of steps.
On the lower floor are two well proportioned, rooms, one of which is currently used as a bedroom and the other as the main sitting room. The semi open-plan kitchen is beyond, as well as a WC down some steps which gives access onto the sunny rear garden.
On the first floor there are a further two double bedrooms. All of the bedrooms include fitted storage, and the upper bedroom to the front enjoys pleasant and far-reaching views to the west.
Brading Road is in a popular location to the north of the city centre within easy reach of Lewes Road, and is lined with many handsome red-brick Victorian properties. There are many services in Elm Grove and Lewes Road including convenience stores with larger supermarkets such as a Sainsbury’s within 0.5miles. On the next corner is the lovely Hartington pub and the popular Flour Pot bakery is less than 250m away.
Green spaces can be found locally at East Brighton Nature Reserve with the South Downs National Park and the seafront also easily accessible. Local schools include BHASVIC on Dyke Road, Elm Grove Primary School, and both of the city’s universities are on the Lewes Road. There are many local bus routes and Brighton railway station is only 1 mile distant with fast and direct services to London.
To the front of the property there is on-street parking (permit required) and steps leading down to a small front courtyard area, which also provides separate access via the "back door" to the lower ground floor. The rear garden is aspected to get the sun for most of the day, but particularly in the afternoon and evening and it is laid to a mix of patio, decking and astroturf.
One-Two Reception Rooms
Total of approx. 1224 Sq Ft.