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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Holland Street, Brighton, BN2

Sold STC £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • growing family
  • 693 sq ft
  • Hanover
  • East facing back garden
  • Free parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

guide price £375,000 - £400,000

growing family

Bright and spacious, this two bedroom Victorian house is in a popular conservation area between the Level and Queens Park close to the city centre, County Hospital, good schools and the sea. Sociably arranged and with a modern kitchen and bathroom, there still remains a possibility to extend, so this home can grow with your family.

In brief:

Style: Victorian terraced house

Bedrooms: 2

Living rooms: 1 large through lounge/dining room

Area: 693 sq ft ; 64.4 sq m

Outside: East back garden

Parking: Free

Why you’ll like it:

Hanover provides affordable, spacious homes within walking distance of the City, the station and the North Laines as well as local shops, parks and the beach. Painted a clean white in keeping with the area’s tradition of cheerfully painted terraces, this two storey house has an attic and many surrounding properties have built dormer windows at the back of the roof space. Inside, a lobby with a big cupboard at the end for coats and bags leads to a spacious living and dining room, which would have been two rooms originally but which are now knocked together to create a light and airy room with light streaming in through the generous windows at the front and French doors to the garden at the back, both of which are energy efficient, so in the winter you close the doors, light the wood burner and/or the gas fire and the space immediately transforms into a warm and cosy haven. In the far wall, the door slides across to reveal a bright, modern kitchen with two windows and a stable door bringing in views of the simple but stylish decked garden, which is large enough for al fresco dining. Inside, there are plenty of blonde units with family friendly work surfaces. The gas hob and electric oven are both integrated beneath a fashionable funicular extractor and plumbing is also in place for a washing machine. At the end of the room, the contemporary bathroom is large enough for a shaped bath which has a shower above it, the hand basin has chic storage below it and there is a heated rail for your towels and underfloor heating.

Upstairs is a landing with access to the attic and the first of the double bedrooms looks over the garden and the long flat roof above the kitchen and bathroom. There is space for a fireplace and to maximise the light throughout the house, high above the bed are glass panels and there are fitted wardrobes built in for you. The spacious master bedroom spans the full width of the house and has a wonderfully proportioned sash window bringing in lots of natural light as well as views over the characterful terrace. There is a fire surround where you could put a period feature if you wanted and built in wardrobes await.

Bear in mind:

Many of the houses in the neighbourhood have extended into the attic. The flat roof raises interesting questions and if you look next door, you may find inspiration for the garden.

Owner’s secret:

The neighborhood is really friendly and safe and the house is ideal if you need to commute by car or train.

Where it is:

Shops: North Laines 10 minute walk, Churchill Square 6 minutes by bus

Train Station: Brighton mainline 8 minutes by bus

Seafront or Park: Queen’s Park 7 minute, seafront is about a 10-15 minute walk

Closest Schools:

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

Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer

Private: Brighton College

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

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 October 2016


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