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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Blaker Street, Brighton, BN2

Offers in Excess of £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • bright central
  • 896 sq ft
  • Kemp Town
  • Walled patio
  • C zone parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Guide price £425,000 - £450,000

bright central

Big and bold this fabulous three bedroom house near the beach has a sociable layout and a private patio. In a great location between the Pavilion and the Hospital you can walk to Queen’s Park, shops and popular schools. Freshly painted and with new carpet, this characterful property is ready to move into and as the station is also within easy reach it will interest both commuters and investors.

In brief:

Style: Victorian terraced house 

Bedrooms: 3 

Living rooms: 2 

Area: 896 sq ft ; 83.3 sq m

Outside: Walled patio 

Parking: C zone

Location: Kemp Town

Why you’ll like it:

On a residential street famous for its cheerfully painted gabled houses, this turquoise home reminds you that the beach is just at the bottom of the hill and it is good to see that energy efficient windows are already in place for you. Steps lead up to a smart front door which opens into a practical lobby and the etched door ahead leads into a lovely, sociable reception. This generously sized space would have been two rooms and a hallway, but has now been opened up to create an elegant room ideal for contemporary living with a characterful fireplace. Big windows to the west bring in plenty of afternoon sunshine whilst the French doors to the east ensure the mornings are sunny too! Leading through to a stylish conservatory with a Perspex roof and room for a table and chairs, the glass door at the far end gives glimpses of the leafy garden and outside, the L shaped patio has space for al fresco dining and lights are already in situ for bbq’s on warmer evenings.

Returning inside, the door in the far wall, thoughtfully matching the lobby door, opens into the contemporary kitchen which has a window to the conservatory perfect for passing through the salads and cold drinks. There are plenty of blonde units topped by practical work surfaces which also double as a breakfast bar on the right hand side, nicely opposite the gas hob, electric oven and extractor which are already integrated for you and there is space for a tall fridge freezer. At the end of the room is a lobby with plumbing for a washing machine and a boiler cupboard beyond which is the tasteful bathroom which has windows in two walls and a Triton shower above the luxurious corner bath.

At the top of the stairs the first of the double bedrooms is brighter than usual as there is only a single storey building behind and with fitted wardrobes is completely ready to move into. A few steps take you to the second bedroom, which is also at the back and again is both a good size and lovey and light. The airy master bedroom has a lofty ceiling and spans the full width of this Victorian house and you can enjoy the colours of this popular terrace through the two large windows ahead. 

Bear in mind:

The views from the back of the house are not the most romantic – you are in the heart of the city after all, but they are wide, open and make this home surprisingly private for this central location.

Owner’s secret:

“We love the balance of the buzz of the beach and Kemp Town and the peace of the park”

Where it is:

Shops: Lanes a 5 minute walk, Churchill Square 6 minutes by bus

Train Station: Brighton mainline 8 minutes by bus

Seafront or Park: Queen’s Park 4 minutes, seafront is about a 7 minute walk

Closest Schools:

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

Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer

Private: Brighton College

This bright and spacious house is centrally located on a relatively quiet street close to St James’ Street with its eclectic mix of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. The beach, golf course and the Downs are all on the doorstep as are the award winning Brighton College and other popular schools. The Lanes, cinemas, Pier and Brighton City Centre are all within walking distance, as are the Law Courts although there is an excellent bus route which also goes to the Universities and along the coast if you want it. Its proximity to the station, with fast links to London and Gatwick also make this home ideal for those who need to commute on a regular basis. 

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 September 2016


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