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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

Canning Street, Brighton, BN2

£500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • home comforts
  • 1116 sq ft
  • Kemp Town
  • Walled garden
  • Residents H zone parking

Full description

home comforts


Minutes from the sea and fashionable Kemp Town Village this four bedroom Victorian house and garden is on a quiet access only street and has been modernised maintaining a sensitive balance between period charm and the needs of a modern family. Within walking distance of Brighton College, local schools including the ofsted outstanding rated St Lukes Primary, and Queen’s Park, this stylish house will appeal across the board as the Lanes and the station are also easy to reach.



In brief:


Style: Victorian terraced house


Bedrooms: 4 


Living Rooms: 1/2 


Area: 1116 sq ft ; 103.7 sq m


Outside: Walled garden


Parking: Residents parking H Zone


Location: Kemp Town



Why you’ll like it:


Tucked away amongst the quiet residential streets behind the award winning Brighton College, this bright terraced house with flexible accommodation sits behind wrought iron railings with steps leading down to the separate entrance for the lower ground floor. The smart front door opens into a welcoming hall with a high ceiling and period features and the practical wood floor continues through into a room of elegant proportions, more usually a bedroom in these terraces, but which is currently used as a “grown up” living room. There is an open stone fireplace and the original cornice still wends its way above your head, whilst the wonderful south facing bay window brings in lots of sunshine. Next door is a spacious double bedroom which looks over the garden and has alcoves ideal for wardrobes on each side of the period fireplace.


Stairs lead down to the large kitchen and family room which has retained its own entrance to the street and is cheerful and bright thanks to the big windows at each end of the room. A stylish wood burner adds character as well as warmth to the space. At the garden end, there are plenty of cream units topped by deep wooden surfaces and all of the appliances, including a Bosch gas hob, electric oven, fridge, freezer and dishwasher are all integrated for you. In the far wall, the door leads through to a spacious utility room which has a guest cloakroom and the stable door leads out to the paved garden with ample room for al fresco dining.


The first floor has a wide hall and access to the undeveloped attic (food for thought). The spacious master bedroom, which stretches the full width of the house has a huge bay window looking across the attractive period terrace and at the back of the house is the third/fourth peaceful bedroom which also has a fireplace and looks over the garden. Thoughtfully between the two, the family bathroom is classically decorated in white and grey and has a modern, shaped bath with a shower above it and a scrumptious heated towel rail.



Bear In Mind: 


The attic space offers some exciting possibilities with scope to extend into the loft subject to the necessary consents being obtained. 



Owner’s Secret


"The street is very friendly, and the location is also perfect as we can stroll to the beach, park or restaurants!"



Where It Is


Shops: Kemp Town Village shops 5 minute walk, the North Laines 20 minute walk across the park


Train Station: Brighton mainline 8 minutes by bus, 30 minute walk


Seafront or park: Seafront 6 minute walk, Queens Park 4 minutes, Access to the Downs nearby


Closest Schools:


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


Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer


Private: Brighton College



This quiet one way street is within minutes of the seafront and the fashionable Kemp Town Village with its Bohemian mix of cafes, shops and restaurants. The Cosmopolitan Marina and the Theatres of Brighton are both within easy reach as are the Georgian Lanes and the Brighton Pavilion. Close to one of the top ten schools in the country, this spacious home is a stroll from Eastern Road and County Hospital and which is on the regular bus route for central Brighton and the mainline station with its fast connections to Gatwick and London. 




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28 July 2016

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