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This splendid three storey, five bedroom home was built in 1896, as evidenced by the charming plaque on the façade, and it subsequently has all the appeal and period detail one would expect of homes of this period. To perfectly complement its inherent desirability it has been completely renovated and upgraded by the current owners over recent years and is now offered for sale with contemporary styling for modern family living in mind.
The property boasts fine stripped, polished and painted floorboards with a Farrow and Ball colour scheme throughout and has the additional benefit of an enchanting, well-established garden to the rear. There are five bedrooms, two reception rooms and three bathrooms, although the space is flexible and would work for many different family configurations.
The ground floor accommodation is well laid out and comprises a lovely living room with double wooden doors opening into the dining room, a bespoke, contemporary yet welcoming kitchen with one wall housing ample storage behind uniform floor-to-ceiling doors. This in turn leads into the snug, office or children's room, to the rear of which is the laundry room and cloakroom.
The first floor comprises master bedroom with ample built in storage, next to which is a shower room. There are two further bedrooms on this floor with a bathroom linking between them in a Jack and Jill style. The second floor has two further double bedrooms, bathroom and access to the loft/store. If desired, this floor could, subject to necessary consents, be transformed into a top floor master suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom.
A very pretty house with a feeling of spaciousness and elegance, number 12 Lauriston Road has broad appeal. It works both as a family home or indeed for professionals travelling regularly to London or Brighton centre.
The property is located within the ever-popular Preston Village, right by Preston Park with all it's fantastic leisure facilities including tennis courts, velodrome, cricket and football pitches to name a few. The area also has a popular mini-supermarket, café, superb deli as well as some great pubs and independent shops. Buses run a number of services every hour throughout the day and Preson Park train station within half a mile has mainline links to London Victoria and London Bridge.
To the rear of the property is a well established garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs bordering it, to provide a lovely secluded space.
Five Bedroom Home
Separate Dining Room
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