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Four bedroom home with west facing courtyard. Two large reception rooms with fireplaces. A lovely eat in Kitchen. This property is tucked away in a quiet street in a central location.
Guide Price £475,000 – £500,000
This has been a great home for this family for 13 years, with its period charm its a gorgeous property with; double glazed sash windows, fireplaces, picture rail, and wood flooring downstairs. This charming maisonette very much feels like a house as it owns the freehold and the entrance to the other flat is around the side.
This red bricked home is set back off the quiet street, with a small front garden area for a few pots, a path leads up to picturesque front door with stained glass window. The hallway is light and bright, being end of terrace this property has a large sash window on the side wall. There is plenty of under stairs storage. There are two reception rooms next to each other with fireplaces, and wood flooring running through. These could be knocked through (stnc) to create a larger space.
At the rear of the ground floor is the spacious eat-in kitchen (fitted in 2017) that leads to the decked west facing courtyard area. The kitchen retains that period feel with a double glazed sash window, the cabinets are in a shaker style with 5 ring gas hob inset into the wood worktops, and double electric oven at waist height.
Up the painted stairs, off the landing are four bedrooms and a large family bathroom (fitted in 2015). The first bedroom to your left with its pretty bay sash window is a single ideal for children or as an office as its get lots of light. Next door is the family bathroom a spacious room with large bath ideal for lazy soaks, a separate shower cubicle with mains thermostatic shower for good pressure, a W.C. and sink all with period style fittings including a heated towel radiator.
Next door is the largest bedroom with a beautiful feature fireplace and built in wardrobe, a tranquil room over looking the rear. Next is bedroom two which is a stylish space with marble fireplace and large double glazed sash window and there is an office or child’s bedroom next door. The loft area above is boarded and is a large space should anyone want to convert (stnc).
Centrally located just a few streets away from the popular North Laines with its array of independent shops, there is The Level with its children’s playground and skate park close by and if your needing to commute Brighton Station is 0.8 miles away.
Note this maisonette comes with the freehold to the building.
Service charge is as and when; costs are split 2/3 to this property and 1/3 to the other smaller flat.
Parking is Zone J – currently no waiting list
Council Tax Band D £2,227.91
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