A beautifully presented home with exceptionally large 44′ garden. Wood flooring, wood burners, a large family bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower, three bedrooms and an en suite to the loft conversion all make this a must see house.
Guide Price £575,000 – £600,000
Well presented from the get go with the front of the house having been redecorated recently, as has the inside. The fresh crisp white walls and neutral tones contrast against the wood floorboards. The hallway has two under stairs storage cupboards, ideal for shoes and coats. Both the reception rooms have wood burning stoves fitted, and lots of shelving either side of the fireplaces. It really is a turn key home where you just move your furniture in and relax!
Towards the back is the kitchen with its light blue gloss cabinets and contrasting composite work surface with inset five ring gas hob and double electric waist height oven. There is space for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer and the back door leads out to a patio area. The 44′ garden just extends away from the house, with raised flower beds and patio areas, a wildlife pond and a fire pit at the back where your garden turns a corner and then runs behind your neighbour’s garden with a summer house at the end.
Back inside up on the first floor is a well proportioned family bathroom, stylish with its roll top bath and also convenient with a large walk in shower area towards the back. A lovely light room with storage which houses the gas combination boiler, a W.C. and sink unit.
The first bedroom to your right is the smallest of the three; a double over looking the garden. Next is the second bedroom a large room with floorboards spanning the width of the house and has a feature fireplace with a bay window. Upstairs is the largest room, a well constructed loft conversion in 2018 with a large dormer for space and light as well as a lovely en-suite shower room.
Quebec Street is a lovely road of brightly painted houses in Hanover near Queens Park with its 22 acres of rolling lawns, woodland, children’s playground, tennis courts and duck pond. Close by the popular primary school St Luke’s with its outstanding Ofstead report, the area has plenty of cafes and public houses serving a selection of different foods.
0.7 Mile to Brighton Train Station
Parking Zone C – no waiting list
Council Tax Band C £1981
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