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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Kingsley Road , Brighton , BN1

Sold STC £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn1
  • sensational skyscape
  • 820 sq ft
  • Preston Park
  • Walled rear garden
  • Residents permit zone A

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

sensational skyscape


Not only is this sweet, three bedroom Victorian terraced house bursting with character, it has also recently undergone a full refurbishment, and from its elevated position on the hill, it benefits from outstanding views across the city and over to the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park. The interior is immaculate, and the current owners clearly have a keen eye for colour and design, so the finish is sleek and contemporary. It has a tranquil garden, and is just a short walk from Preston Park commuter Station and several popular schools and parks, so this house would perfectly suit both families, professionals and commuters alike. 


In brief


Style: Victorian terraced house


Bedrooms: 3; 2 double, 1 single


Living Rooms: 1 open plan living/dining room


Area: 820 sq ft


Outside: Walled rear garden


Location: Preston Park


Parking: Residents permit zone A


Why you’ll like it


These pretty terraced streets which climb the hill between Preston and Hove Park are wonderfully peaceful, and this house has pride of place being raised up on the western side, so from almost every room, the windows are framing stunning far reaching views, and being so open to the city maximises the light and feeling of space throughout. 


You approach the smart red brick exterior up a few steps to the raised pavement, and past colorful and scented blooms to the slate grey front door. This opens directly into the beautifully bright open plan ground floor, and the quality of this property is immediately clear. The floors are solid oak, and the walls are pristine in white, as is the woodwork on the multi pane sash windows. The kitchen forms an L shape to the rear of the room, where the units gleam in white gloss and the fridge, freezer, dishwasher, oven and hob are all integrated. There’s further seamless storage under the stairs, so this space can remain sleek and clutter free. The dining table is central to the room, and lit from above by a pendant light, and the front of the room is cosy with comfortable sofas and chairs. 


The garden is accessed from here, and being built into the hillside means it is raised up, and is decked almost level with the first floor. This is a real suntrap in the summer when the sun is high in the sky, and has ample space for a table and chairs for dining al fresco. There’s also space for a shed, and there are raised beds for your plants. The walled gardens surrounding make for an attractive outlook, and you don’t feel overlooked at all.


The stairs to the first floor have a stylish striped carpet, but this floor and the one above also has new solid oak boards, this time in ashy tones to lift and brighten the rooms further. The master bedroom is generous, and has space in the alcoves for freestanding wardrobes, and the views only get better to the front as you climb higher - a joy to wake up to in the morning. The single bedroom is perfect as a child’s bedroom or as a home office, and there’s a deep storage cupboard in here which goes right under the stairs to the second floor. The bathroom is also on this floor, and is on trend with white metro bricks around the bath, and mineralised slate tiles on the floor. The suite is modern with a shower over the bath, and there’s handy shelving for fluffy towels and toiletries.


This floor has a slightly ‘cottage’ feel to it with a quaint turning staircase leading to the bedroom in the loft conversion. This house has benefitted from an early front dormer, so not only does it allow for the extra headroom to make this a good size double bedroom, but it is from here that the views truly come into their own, and this is definitely the place to be on bonfire night when these vast skyscapes are lit up across the city.


Bear in Mind:


There’s a small utility space at the bottom of the stairs - tucked away, and this fits an upright washer with shelves above for your laundry.


Owner’s secret


‘This has been a great house to start raising our family. With two parks nearby and the the city so easily accessible by car, bus and train, means getting around with the kids is easy. If our family wasn’t growing further we would stay!’


Where it is


Shops: Local  5 min walk, city centre 15-20 min walk


Station: Preston park 2 min walk, Brighton 15 min walk


Seafront or Park: Preston Park 4 min walk, seafront 10 min drive


Closest Schools:


Primary: Stanford Infant and Junior Schools


Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer


Private: Brighton College


This is a great house in a popular location which is well served for shops, parks and schools. There are plenty of local green spaces, and great transport links, but you are also only a short walk from everything this vibrant coastal city has to offer. The A23 and Preston Park Station are also within easy reach, for those requiring fast links to Gatwick or London on a daily or weekly basis.




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