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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Kingsley Road, Brighton, East Sussex

Removed £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Newly refurbished
  • Stunning garden with raised sun terrace
  • Two minute walk from Preston Park train station
  • Double glazed wooden sash windows with poplar wood shutters
  • Plans/approval for loft conversion to create third bedroom

Full description

Please quote reference 25930 when enquiring about this property

Guide Price GBP 475,000-GBP 500,000. Sitting on the ever popular Kingsley Road is this wider than average, newly refurbished, two double bedroom, Victorian terraced house. It is a striking blend of period detail and modern design, and boasts high ceilings, generously proportioned rooms, and benefits from being a two minute walk from Preston Park train station.

This beautiful Victorian terrace has ornate period details both inside and out. It has had a no expense spared 'back to brick' refurbishment which included new double glazed wooden sash windows, oak flooring, new wiring, new plumbing and re-plastering throughout. The house sits mid terrace, and has a simply stunning architectural designed rear garden with raised sun terrace.

The current owners have full plans drawn and building control approval to add an additional bedroom and bathroom to the property, allowing the new owner to add further space and value. The plans can be viewed in the floorplan section or on request.

More Detail:
Once past the beautifully 'Farrow and Ball' painted front door the house opens into a large kitchen with separate dining area with ample space to seat six. The kitchen has fully integrated Smeg appliances and a Bosch washing machine. The 'shaker' style units are solid oak and it is finished off with exquisite black granite work surface and porcelain butler sink.

The French doors open onto the immaculate garden which is beautifully sunny for those summer barbecues. The lower level and stairs are paved in Cotswold stone and there is the added benefit of a brick built storage shed with solid oak door. Walking up the stone steps brings you to the raised sun terrace which is covered in artificial grass supplied by John Lewis.

Returning to the house and walking over the solid oak flooring brings you to the lounge. This large and neutrally decorated space has a working Victorian cast iron fireplace, picture rails and ceiling rose.

From the lounge you climb the carpeted stairs to the landing, and the bathroom is to your right. This large bathroom has been finished in stunning porcelain tiles and benefits from having a minimalist designed walk in shower and wider than average bath.

The master bedroom to the front of the property is extremely spacious, neutrally decorated and has period features. The double bedroom at the rear of the property overlooks the beautiful garden.

This is a truly stunning property and has had no expense spared in its refurbishment, it really does need to be seen to be appreciated.

Owner's secret:
"We love living here, the road is very quiet, all our neighbours are very friendly and we are only a 5 minute bike ride to the beach and an hour up to London"

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 August 2016

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