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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Ewart Street, Brighton, BN2

Sold STC £500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • dream time
  • 1369 sq ft
  • hanover
  • West facing garden with private gate
  • Free on the street parking

Full description

dream time |



You will sleep well in this airy three/four bedroom house close to popular schools and between the fashionable shops of the North Laines and green of Queen’s Park. Looking a diminutive two storeys, in fact this bright home is on four floors with a fabulous west facing garden and a rare back entrance, and being close to Brighton Station and the hospital is ideal as a family home or rental property.



In brief:


Style: Victorian terraced house


Bedrooms: 3/4 double


Living rooms: 1/2 spacious


Area: 1369 sq ft ; 127.1 sq m


Outside: West facing garden with private gate


Location: Hanover


Parking: Free on the street



Why you’ll like it:


Hanover has always been popular, especially with young professionals and families as it provides affordable, spacious homes in a social community which is also within walking distance of the City, shops, parks and the beach. This spacious four storey house on a quiet street has plenty of kerb appeal and is painted in keeping with this artistic area's tradition of cheerfully coloured terraces.



Unusually bright, thanks to windows on all the landings, the hallway is welcoming and has refreshingly practical wood flooring. Natural materials are frequently used throughout this charming home and feature in the spacious lounge where there is deep wooden shelving on either side of the chimney breast. With a high ceiling and big window, the room feels very comfortable and as it is more usually used as a double bedroom in Hanover houses, next door is a luxurious bathroom, lined in fashionable white and grey marble effect tiling with a contemporary shower above the bath and a heated towel rail beneath the window.



At the end of the hallway is a door opening onto stairs which lead into the fabulous family room and kitchen, with another door allowing you to continue to talk together after the children or guests are in bed. Beautifully designed, the blonde wood units were chosen to keep the room light with wall units only running along one side to add to the feeling of space whilst the smooth composite surfaces give a sophisticated feel. All of the appliances are integrated, including the Zanussi gas hob and electric grill and oven, and there is plumbing for a machine concealed in a cupboard. Although partly lower ground at the front, the west wall is mainly glass, energy efficient for the winters, in summer the three doors ensuring a natural flow out to the sun trap of a garden which, unusually for hilly Hanover, is level and has broad steps down to a rare find - a back gate, perfect for bikes and buggies. 



The first floor has a double bedroom at the rear, which looks over the garden and beyond to remarkable views of Brighton, including the magnificent trees of Preston Park, and in the far distance, toy sized trains glitter across John Raistrick's Viaduct with its 27 arches. The second restful bedroom spans the whole of the front of the house, with two gracious sash windows facing east to help you to wake up in the morning and reflective designer paper. The peaceful master bedroom is also private as it is at the top of the house, and has mesmerizing views across the city through a long window in the west wall opposite another window at the front, so the spring breezes can waft through, and there is a chic en suite which has both a drench and a second shower head.



Bear in mind:


It is unusual to find the combination of a west facing garden and a back gate, but this home backs on to a small cul de sac which contributes to the quality of light throughout the house and the sunshine in the garden.



Owner’s secret:


“We love watching the sunsets over Brighton and it’s also a great spot to watch fireworks”



Where it is:


Shops: North Lanes 10 minute walk


Train Station: Brighton mainline 15 minutes walk


Seafront or Park: Queen’s Park 5 minute, seafront is about a 10 minute walk


Closest Schools:


Primary: Queen’s Park Primary, St Luke’s


Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer


Private: Brighton College



Brighton is built on hills, and Hanover is a lively incline from the City which stretches up from Victoria Gardens to the Queen’s Park, popular with young professionals and families due to its accessibility to the City and popular schools. Its proximity to the mainline station and the A23/27 make this home a viable proposition for those needing fast links to the Airports and London on a daily, or weekly basis.    




Lower ground floor 

Dining room 

Kitchen area 

Ground Floor 

Lounge 

Bathroom/WC 

First Floor 

Bedroom 1 

Bedroom 2 

Second Floor 

Bedroom 3 

Outside 

West facing garden with private gate 

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
29 July 2016

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