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The Montpelier & Clifton Hill area was built in the mid-19th century. It forms a high-class, architecturally cohesive residential district with an exceptionally complete character. Stucco-clad terraced housing and villas predominate, but two of the city's most significant Victorian churches and a landmark hospital building are also in the area, which lies immediately Northwest of Brighton city centre and spreads as far as the ancient parish boundary with Hove. The famous 11th century St Nicholas church is also situated around the corner.
The property is Grade II listed and is over four floors with a self contained one bedroom flat on the lower ground floor. The entrance door leads to an entrance hall giving access to a lounge with curved bay window, cast iron fireplace with ornate surround and recess shelving units to the side. There is a separate dining room with a window overlooking the rear garden with a feature fireplace and recessed book shelving. There is a bright kitchen with two windows and a half glazed door to the garden. There is a range of low level shaker style cupboards under wooden work tops. Before reaching the first floor there is a stylish bathroom on the half landing with a white suite comprising roll top bath, high flush WC and a walk in shower. On the first floor are three bedrooms two of which are doubles and a further double bedroom on the top floor.
The lower ground floor is occupied by a self contained one bedroom flat offering the opportunity to provide an income. There is a nice lounge with bay window to the front, double bedroom with a door to a patio garden. The kitchen has a range of white units under wooden worktops. Finally there is a bathroom with a white suite. In addition to the patio there is a small west facing garden with the main house.
There is an abundance of entertainment, shopping, golf courses, leisure and sailing facilities within the area. Brighton also has a wide selection of both state and private schools with easy access from the property. Familiar high street stores can be found in the city’s Churchill Square shopping mall, while individual boutiques and antique treasures are among the charming alleyways known as The Lanes. In addition, all well known supermarkets including Waitrose are within walking distance.
With excellent transport links, Brighton is within easy commuting distance of London, Gatwick Airport and the South East by both road and rail. The nearby mainline station is a seven minute walk and frequent trains run directly to London, with a journey time of under an hour.
Grade II listed 4 bedrooms
2 Reception Rooms
1 Bedroom Flat with Patio
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