3 bedroom terraced house for saleThe Mews, BRIGHTON, BN1
Offers in Excess of £550,000
- soothing surroundings
- 1074 sq ft
- Preston Park
- West facing garden to the rear
- Allocated parking space
This immaculate three bedroom house is full of charm and character, and it is far bigger inside than you think from its sweet exterior. It is peacefully tucked away within the Towergate development; set well back from the road surrounded by mature trees and lawns. The house has been lovingly maintained and the rooms are generously proportioned, with a soothing palette and quality materials used throughout. It also boasts a pretty, west facing garden, off street parking, and Preston Park commuter Station is a five minute walk away, as are several popular parks and schools making this a fantastic home for families, commuters and professionals alike.
Style: 1991 terraced mews house
Bedrooms: 3 double; 1 en suite
Living rooms: 2 spacious
Area: 1074 sq ft
Outside: West facing garden to the rear
Location: Preston Park
Parking: Allocated parking space
Why you’ll like it:
Tower house is the substantial Victorian mansion house which stands at the centre of this leafy development, and while the surrounding buildings are younger by decades, they are have been sympathetically designed to blend in. These mews houses were built in 1991, but their facades share the architectural detailing of the archetypal Brighton Victorian terraces with gabled roofs, hung tiles and deep bay windows. This house is central in the terrace, and has a neat brick drive to the front, and steps lead you to the sage front door.
Once inside, the scale of the house becomes apparent. It has great depth, and you have a line of sight right through to the garden at the rear. Firstly however, you enter into the bright kitchen and dining room, which faces east so you get a lovely light pouring in through the wide square bay in the morning. This is a generous room which can easily seat eight for formal dining, and it is open to the kitchen which is recessed. This has modern units in light wood, and has freestanding appliances to include a washing machine, dishwasher, and a tall fridge freezer. The electric oven and hob are integrated however, and the tiled splashbacks add a welcome splash of colour in violet blue.
A short corridor leads to a half staircase taking you into the living room, where the white walls and wooden floors continue from the lower floor. There is ample space in here for comfortable pieces of furniture, and a dining space if need be, and double doors can be flung open in the summer where the decked patio area becomes an extension of the room. The pretty garden is manicured with raised sleeper beds as well as mature shrubs on the lawn borders, and the lawn is a fine size for children to play or for social gatherings.
Returning to the house, an open staircase takes you up to the master bedroom suite, which is found on the next half landing. This room has a square bay to mirror the one in the dining room below, and is of gracious proportions where even with a king size bed, and several pieces of bedroom furniture, the floor space is not compromised. There’s also a double wardrobe built in, and the en-suite has a contemporary finish with dove grey tiles on the walls, and a walk in shower with a rainfall showerhead and a fixed glass door. The bedrooms all share the same soothing decor for continuity, with bedrooms two and three on the upper level along with the family bathroom. The rooms are fairly equal size, and although they are set up for children, one would certainly fit a small double bed, and the other could be transformed into a tranquil home office.
This is a wonderfully versatile house which is both beautifully presented and in a favourable location, so it would suit many, and is sure to be snapped up.
Bear in mind:
You can occasionally hear the rumble of trains, but the residents here find it a comforting sound rather than a nuisance, and the benefits of being close to the station override the noise issue.
“It is so green and peaceful here, like an oasis in the city, yet you are still so well connected. The transport links both in and out of the city are excellent, and the commute is so easy being just five minutes from the station.”
Where it is:
Shops: Local 5 mins, Churchill Square about 10 mins on the bus
Train Station: Preston Park is a 5 minute walk
Seafront or Park: Park is an 7 minute walk, the Seafront is a 10 minute drive
Primary: St Bernadette’s R.C, Westdene Primary
Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC
Private: Brighton College, Windlesham Prep
This light and airy home is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and green spaces. The city centre shopping districts and the beach are within easy reach, and this spacious house also offers easy access to the A23 as well as Preston Park Station with its regular, fast links to the airports and London.
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