4 bedroom terraced house for saleUpper North Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1
Sold STC £750,000
Continuing to the first floor there are two generous sized double bedrooms. Both the first and second bedroom on the first floor are carefully considered and fashionably designed. The shower room is a peaceful oasis with a walk in 'wet room style' shower.
At the rear of the first floor is bedroom 3, with french doors onto the immaculately kept rear garden, with mature plants and shrubs, creating a relaxing place to sit on a sunny evening.
Upper North Street is perfectly positioned for easy access to the shops and restaurants of central Brighton as well as Brighton main line station and the beach, It's the perfect location for the city dweller.
The Clifton Hill area was built in the mid-19th century. It forms a high-class, architecturally cohesive residential district with an exceptionally complete character. Stucco-clad terraced housing and villas predominate, but two of the city's most significant Victorian churches and a landmark hospital building are also in the area, which lies immediately northwest of Brighton city centre and spreads as far as the ancient parish boundary with Hove. The famous 11th century St Nicholas church is also situated around the corner.
EPC rating D/66
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