Guide price of £550,000-£575,000. Stylish 1930's Period Property. Fantastic end of terrace three storey family home situated in the desirable Poets Corner. The property has four bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, spacious living room, two bathrooms, garden with side access. Wooden floors, stripped wooden original doors, plantation shutters and Art Deco working fireplace. This family home is in the catchment area for outstanding schools, 8 minute walk to the local mainline station which takes you to Brighton Station and a vast array of independent shops and bars on the Portland Road.
Beautifully presented from the outside with kerb appeal the property offers, bay windows with plantation shutters, wooden gate, pretty front garden which catches the afternoon sun and there is side access to the rear of the property. This home certainly stands out.
You certainly wont be disappointed when you enter the property. There is a spacious hallway with stripped wooden flooring underfoot, space for coats and outerwear and a large understairs cupboard for further storage.
With views over the garden is the spacious living room offering plenty of space for furniture, flooded with natural light from the bay window which benefits from plantation shutters. Within keeping of the era of the 1930's is a fantastic original tiled Art Deco fireplace stylish yet perfect for those chilly winter nights. Subtle contemporary décor and stripped wooden flooring underfoot.
Stretching the width of the property with views over the garden is the family kitchen/breakfast room. The dining area has a feature fireplace area with space either side for storage or furniture, wooden flooring underfoot and deep grey stylish walls. A large wooden frame could be original window floods in natural light. The kitchen is perfectly formed with top and bottom units in white gloss, Stoves gas hob with stainless steel extractor fan above, Stoves double oven, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher and Worcester combi boiler. Finished off with granite worktops and slate tiled flooring.
A double glazed door takes you out to the pretty "cottage" style garden which is ideal for alfresco living and ideal for easy maintenance. The garden has been cleverly landscaped offering plenty of various bedding plants, mature hedges for privacy, a pathway which leads to the rear of the garden with a seating area under flowering plants. This garden feels so secluded and the perfect space to relax in. For the practically there is a garden shed and side access to the front of the property.
On the first floor of the home there are three bedrooms and the family bathroom. At the rear of the property there is a good size double bedroom with views over the garden from a large double glazed window with plantation shutters, feature period fireplace and stripped wooden door. The family bathroom is a good size with a white suite with chrome fittings, frosted window, chrome wall mounted radiator and built in cupboard for storage.
To the front of the property is a large double bedroom with a bay window finished off with plantation shutters, Art Deco tiled fireplace, original ceiling décor and plenty of space for furniture. Next door is another bedroom which would make a perfect child's room or office.
The second floor has the converted loft which is certainly a great conversion. Fantastic head height and flooded with natural light from the large full size window with garden views and three further large velux windows to the front. This bedroom is vast so no problem finding space and benefits from a large built in cupboard and eaves storage. Tucked away with separate entrance from the landing is the shower room with a walk in shower and white WC and sink.
The property not only offers space but has kept all of the original charm and has that "certain" feel about it when you enter the home. The sought after area of Poets Corner attracts everyone from families due to the outstanding schools, commuters as the mainline train station is moments away and takes you to Brighton Station and anyone that wants a friendly area with independent bars/restaurant's and shops. Not forgetting the glorious seafront and every popular Hove area.
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