Guide Price £675,000 – £700,000 Victorian red brick three bedroom house with south easterly garden, in the popular Queens Park area, with scope to extend into the loft and do a side return extension (stnc).
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Guided at £675.000 to £700,000
This red bricked late Victorian terraced house is spacious and has been used as a nursery in the past. Currently set up as a multi generational living this property offers plenty of flexibility to the new owner and scope to extend and improve.
There are two good sized rooms on the ground floor, currently split by a stud wall so very easy to open up as they once have been. With chimney breasts, sash windows and wood floorboards the character of the house remains. There is a shower room on this floor and then a breakfast room that leads to a utility conservatory, redeveloped this could make a lovely kitchen opening to the lawned garden, which faces south east to appreciate the most of the sun. The walled garden, with its lawned area and flower beds has a tree house with slide, next to the cherry tree, you also benefit from a rear gate for access.
On the first floor to the front are two large bedrooms; the front one has box bay sash windows and built in cupboard. Next door is the peaceful bedroom overlooking the garden with another built in cupboard. The hallway has a hatch to a part boarded loft with ladder. Towards the rear of the house is a family bathroom with windows, its part tiled with the convenience of a shower over the bath. Then at the end is the kitchen, which if moved down stairs this would make a lovely good sized third bedroom with views over to the garden.
Queens Park is an exceptionally well considered family area, with a gorgeous landscaped park with cafe, tennis courts, playground and a large duck pond. The area has one of Brighton’s best primary schools, St Luke’s, with its ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rating. Queens Park is just north of Kemp Town village with its bustling high street of independent shops and the seafront, and there is easy access back to Brighton’s city center.
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