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5 bedroom terraced house for sale

Grantham Road, Brighton

Sold STC £699,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Victorian Terraced House
  • 5 Double Bedrooms
  • South-Facing Garden
  • Good Commuter Links
  • Period Features
  • Large Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Storeys

Full description

Spacious 5 Bedroom House with South-Facing Garden.

Conveniently located in a popular residential area near to Blaker's Park and the shops and amenities of Fiveways, a classic monochrome path leads up to an elegant, bay fronted, Victorian home.

Offering an easy flowing layout and a highly versatile layout arranged over three storeys, period features and a wealth of natural light combine to create a beautiful example of contemporary family living in a period property. EPC Rating F.

In More Detail -

Inside - Behind the Victorian facade a garden level floor offers an immensely sociable family space and is the real heart of this home. A wide sash bay window allows ample light to tumble into the dual aspect living area which easily accommodates both seating and dining areas, while French doors open onto the south-facing garden. The impressively sized kitchen/breakfast room offers integrated Hotpoint appliances and ample storage in its beech Shaker style cabinets, with room to spare for a breakfast table. Pale worktops nestle beneath cherry red splashbacks and dual aspect windows offer further views of the established garden.

An expansive ground floor offers two double bedrooms where period cornicing and dado rails highlight the tall ceilings. While both feature eye-catching period fireplaces the first bedroom is beautifully lit from a wide sash bay window, complete with original wood panels, instantly reminding you of the character of this family home.

A generously sized family bathroom features a large corner bath with overhead shower, while French doors open onto a balcony leading down to the garden. A separate shower room is arranged in a blue mosaic tile setting.

Upstairs, the period features continue in each of the additional three equally well-presented double bedrooms. A wide sash bay window and full height side sash window allow plenty of natural light to flow into the master bedroom creating a calm and relaxing feel. Two further double bedrooms offer ideal family accommodation.

The top floor of this spacious home offers a peaceful retreat from the hubbub of daily life in the form of a separate loft room. Currently configured as a study with ample height and space, under-eaves cupboards provide lots of storage space.

Outside - A mature south-facing garden offers something for everyone with its paved patio, well-kept lawn and colourful array of established dahlias, euphorbia and shrubs, whilst a vegetable patch at the rear offers budding gardeners the chance to grow their own produce.

Seller Insight - "When I first walked into this house it was the lovely feeling of light and space along with the south-facing rear aspect that made me fall in love with it.

It's such a fantastic family home with two bathrooms in a very family-friendly area.

The way the garden is laid out makes it very adaptable and my grandchildren love playing both there and in the attic room.

The house is great for entertaining and having people to stay, I've had eleven people here for Christmas.

I'll really miss the sense of space and big bay windows. They're huge, you don't realise just how big they are."

In The Local Area - Sitting between Stanford Avenue and Ditchling Road, Grantham Road offers easy access to the independent shops and amenities of Fiveways with its lovely village-type feel.

Preston Park station, with its convenient mainline links, and London Road station are only a short walk away making this location ideal for commuters.

The green open spaces of Blaker's Park and Preston Park are within walking distance along with Brighton's famous North Laine area with a wealth of independent shops, bars and restaurants. The historic Open Market first opened its doors in 1926 and is now home to a huge amount local producers of fresh and ethical products as well as antiques, haberdashery and art.

Situated in a great catchment area, local schools include Joyland Nursery, Downs Junior School, Downs Infant School, Brighton and Hove Montessori School, Strawberry Hill Nursery and Stanford Junior 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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Added on Rightmove:
12 October 2016

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