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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Guildford Road, Brighton, East Sussex

Sold STC £725,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • 3 Storeys
  • Landscaped Rear Garden
  • Central Location
  • Contemporary Kitchen/Diner
  • Near to Brighton Station
  • Period Features
  • Separate Main Reception Room
  • Potential to Extend (Subject to the Correct Consents)

Full description

Spacious 4 Bedroom City Centre House with Idyllic Rear Garden.

Conveniently located in the heart of Brighton, this incredibly central home is perfectly situated for commuters, whilst also offering an amazingly peaceful family environment.

Throughout this tastefully presented bay-fronted home, modern design features blend effortlessly with sash windows and high ceilings to provide a brilliant example of contemporary living in a period property. EPC Rating E.

In More Detail - Situated on an attractive road, white walls, travertine floors and period fireplaces provide an elegant and consistent design theme, while bi-fold doors, a modern kitchen and a landscaped garden are just some of the features which have been incorporated with creativity and imagination.

Ground Floor - Natural light from a demi-opaque bay sash window tumbles into a south-facing main reception room where one of the many period fireplaces that feature throughout this family home creates instant focal point.

The warm tones of the hallways travertine tiled floor flows into an expansive open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room. The real heart of this home, a kitchen area is fully appointed with contemporary Baumatic integrated appliances set in and amongst a wealth of Shaker style cabinets. Solid wood countertops nestle beneath white tiled splashbacks and a Franke sink adds a stylish finishing touch. The perfectly proportioned space easily accommodates a family dining table beneath its glass roof, while an exposed brick chimney breast reminds you of the charm and character of this Victorian terraced house. Effortlessly extending this highly sociable and versatile family room, bi-fold doors open onto the landscaped rear garden.

A discreet utility cupboard underneath the stairs completes the ground floor.

First Floor - Sitting on the half landing next to a separate WC, a large family bathroom offers a heritage style Savoy suite in a white tile setting.

On the first floor, original wood floors and white walls create a calm and relaxing feel in two generously sized double bedrooms. To the front of the house further bay sash windows allow ample natural light to flow in, whilst in the second bedroom a feature multi-pane sash window looks out over the garden below.

Second Floor - Offering views across the rooftops of Brighton and on towards the sea, the master bedroom continues the sense of space and elegance which this city centre home enjoys. Sitting within a deep chimney breast alcove a fitted wardrobe provides plenty of storage without encroaching on the generous floor space and yet another period fireplace adds to the impressive count.

A fourth double bedroom is equally well-presented and proportioned.

The impressive loft space offers the potential and scope to extend this family home (subject to the correct consents).

Outside - The bi-fold doors in the impressive kitchen open onto a landscaped rear garden that instantly engenders an easy flowing extension of the ground floor. Well-kept original flint walls encompass an unexpectedly peaceful outdoor space that offers something for everyone. Decked and paved tiers offer ample space for outdoor meals and entertaining, while tall bamboo canes in a raised timber bed add to the sense of privacy. An Astroturf lawn is ideal for football practice and makes this an incredibly easy to maintain rear garden.

Seller Insight - "When we first walked into this property 13 years ago it was the sense of space, the high ceilings and the unexpected size of the garden for this part of town that made us fall in love with it. It's such a bright and sunny house.

Our favourite place to spend time is in the kitchen/diner. It's a family room and when the children were really small it was ideal for being able to keep an eye on them as well as being a great entertaining space.

We'll definitely miss being so central, literally everything is within walking distance. From the bedrooms you can see the sea in one direction and a glimpse of the South Downs in the other, so you get a real sense of where you are from one end of town to the other.

The sunny garden is peaceful and private, which is so unexpected. It's a little oasis of calm in the city centre."

In The Local Area - Located in the West Hill Conservation area Guildford Road is in the very heart of Brighton only a short walk away from Brighton station, making it ideal for those needing to commute.

When it comes to shops and amenities everything is on your doorstep, from the independent shops, bars and restaurants of The Lanes to the high street stores of Western Road and the Churchill Centre. A short walk to Seven Dials offers even more choice and variety.

A straight walk along Queens Road brings you into the hubbub of the city centre and moments away from the seafront, pier and i360.

Local schools include Brighton and Hove High School, St Paul's C of E Primary School and Nursery and St Mary Magdalen Primary School.

We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings.

Room sizes are approximate and rounded: they are taken between internal wall surfaces and therefore include cupboards/shelves etc. Accordingly, they should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. Formal notice is also given that all fixtures and fittings, carpeting, curtains/blinds and kitchen equipment, whether fitted or not, are deemed removable by the vendor unless specifically itemised within these particulars.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 September 2016


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