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3 bedroom maisonette for sale

Osmond Road, Hove, BN3

£425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • BN3
  • 1397 sq.ft
  • Hove
  • South and West facing balconies
  • Residents permit zone O

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

centre peace |


Unusually peaceful, this spacious three bedroom maisonette is located in the illustrious golden triangle where you can walk to the mainline station, central shopping districts and the sea. Beautifully decorated, this stylish home with a south and a west facing balcony is also ideal as a rental investment as it between the fashionable 7 Dials and the leafy St Anne’s Wells Gardens and The Montefiore Hospital and popular schools are also close by.


In brief:


Style: First floor maisonette in a semi- detached period house


Bedrooms: 3 double


Living rooms: 1 spacious


Area: 1397 SQ.FT. 129.8 SQ.M.


Location: Hove, BN3


Outside: South and west facing balconies


Parking: Residents Permit O zone


Why you’ll like it:


Trees line this stately road which is remarkably quiet given its central location. Within a red brick gabled house with intricate plaster friezes decorating the front, there is plenty of kerb appeal, and the traditionally tiled path to the smart front door is lined with flowers. Inside, a tiled lobby leads into a broad hallway with delightful period features and the super- high ceiling allows for an ingenious corner surf board cupboard – the first sign of the clever combination of the traditional with the new. Turning the corner brings a subtly coloured stain glass window into view, the inspiration for the colour scheme throughout the apartment which remains both relevant and artistic – even matching the fabulous Mr Smith paper you can see upstairs, lining the wall to the top storey!


At the front of the house, light pours into the elegant living room through a square west facing bay which has engraved glass replaced in keeping with the original, and which now also has discreet secondary glazing. There is ample room for relaxing and for entertaining in this large space which has a wooden floor and original coving, and conveniently placed for guests and residents, next door is a luxury bathroom where you can bathe and shower surrounded by hundreds little stars brought in by the sun through the etched floor to ceiling windows, which slide up to a balcony at the front of the building bringing soft summer breezes through the whole apartment.


Across the hallway is the first of the double bedrooms which has the generous proportions of the cusp of the Edwardian Age and looks over well- tended gardens. There is a whole wall of wardrobes with concealed drawers and opposite is a period style fireplace.


Heading around the corner towards the back of the building, past a cupboard (storage is definitely not an issue in this home), there is a door frame, beyond which some neighbours have created one open plan kitchen diner, although the contemporary kitchen to your right has plenty of units and work surfaces as well as an attractive curved breakfast bar. The Aeg electric hob and oven are already integrated for you and there is plumbing in place for two machines so this kitchen is ready to move into. Exposed brick work adds to the atmosphere of this room – and the mood can be altered as there is two levels of lighting, and in the south wall, next to the window, is the door to the enchanting iron balcony, perfect for romantic moments whilst waiting for supper to cook.


At the end of the hallway is the restful second double room, which is a generous size, so good for sharers, and the airy master bedroom is private on the top floor with a chic en -suite shower room, lots of under eave storage and two windows, one of which is south facing, and the other has a fitted blind so you can sleep in peace beneath the moon lit, but thoughtfully darker, moon print.


Bear in mind:


Did we mention that you can walk to Brighton Station, the fashionable 7 Dials, Western Road, popular schools, parks AND the sea?


Owner’s secret:


“Friends tend to want to come and stay here when we are going out in the city as it’s so quiet here in the morning!”


Where it is:


Shops: 7 Dials 2 minutes, Western Road about a 10 minute walk


Train Station: Brighton mainline is under 10 minutes walk


Seafront or Park: Seafront approximately 10 minutes walk, St Ann’s Wells 2 minutes


Closest Schools:


Primary: Somerhill


Secondary: Cardinal Newman


Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High



A sought after address within minutes of the seafront, the Western Road and the fashionable Dials, this elegant maisonette is on a quiet residential road lined with trees. Close to popular parks brimming with leisure facilities, you can also walk to the cultural heart of the City. Brighton station with its excellent links to Gatwick and London is also nearby, so this beautiful apartment is a viable proposition for those who need to travel.




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Added on Rightmove:
15 September 2016

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