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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Freshfield Place, Brighton, BN2

£600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • mellow vintage
  • 1362 sq ft
  • Queen's Park
  • Front and back gardens
  • Residents C zone parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

mellow vintage



This spacious Victorian home on an attractive tree lined street is opposite a popular junior school in an area full of young families and professionals as it is also close to the beach, Queen’s Park and the shops and cafes of Kemp Town Village. With four bedrooms, a lovely garden and brimming with character, there are also parts of this experienced family home where you could add your own style – and value- over time and as the station is also within easy reach, this home would suit commuters.



In brief:


Style: Victorian terraced house


Bedrooms: 4


Living rooms: 2


Area: 1362 sq ft ; 126.5 sq m


Outside: Front and back gardens


Parking: Residents C zone



Why you’ll like it:


This Victorian gabled home with roses around the front door is very appealing from the outside, painted white and with a path past the scented front garden nicely separating the house from the tree lined street. Inside does not disappoint as the inviting hallway has a refreshingly practical wooden floor, there are intriguing glimpses through the house to what is clearly a flourishing garden and missing period features have been thoughtfully replaced, but not replicated. Through two doors on your left, the ground floor has been opened up to create a family friendly, bright reception room with space for a baby grand piano as well as sofas and a dining table. Large windows at the front and back bring in plenty of light and there is a lovely open fireplace for winter evenings as well as some useful shelving for books and photographs.


The bright kitchen is on the same level as the reception and the garden, surprisingly hard to find in a city built on hills, and is big enough for a table where the children or your partner can sit to complete homework whilst the incentive to finish is baking, and the windows in two walls bring the garden in, although some neighbours have extended into the wide side return. Mainly free standing, and with lots of space to play with, this charming and easy maintenance kitchen has a dual oven which could stay subject to circumstance and negotiation, and plumbing is already in place for machines too. The door in the far wall opens into the delightful walled garden with a raised gravelled area for al fresco dining and an opened greenhouse which provides a characterful space for play whatever the weather or for quiet moments to catch up when the children are in bed.


At the top of the stairs, a vaulted bedrooms gleams like an open jewel box beneath a skylight whilst a large window frames the garden. Fitted wardrobes await and there is also a mezzanine sleeping platform for friends. Next door the family bathroom has natural light, a non- slip floor and a shower attachment on the bath. Up a few steps, the quiet second bedroom is also a good size and looks over the garden and at the front, the restful master bedroom spans the whole of the front of the house and has a lovely wall of wardrobes as well as a broad south facing bay and wide sash window, ideal for cat napping in the sunshine and you can catch sparkling glimpses of the English Channel. On the top floor, the fourth bedroom has headroom, under eave storage and magnificent south facing views over the rooftops of kemp town to the open sea.



Bear in mind:


This characterful home is bright and spacious and in a very popular area within walking distance of good local schools which include the award winning Brighton College



Owner’s secret:


“It is really easy for the family, as we are close to the school, park and beach and all the childrenin the street play together” 



Where it is:


Shops: Local shops a 3 minute walk, the Lanes about 15-20


Train Station: Brighton Station about 15 minutes by bus


Seafront or park: Beach under a 10 minute walk, Queen’s park 7 minute walk


Closest schools:


Primary: Queen’s Park Primary


Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer


Private: Brighton College



This bright, spacious home is only a short walk from the popular Kemp Town Village, Queen’s Park, the City Centre and Brighton beach and is an area particularly popular with young families as a good primary school is opposite! Close to several bus routes, access to the University campus’ on Lewes Road and at Falmer is easy, as is the journey to Brighton station, with its excellent fast links to Gatwick and London.




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23 September 2016

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