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Park Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2








1,109 sq ft

103 sq m

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This flint faced, four bedroom house with a private west facing patio is perfect for growing families who like to entertain. Homes in this historic terrace do not appear on the market often and sell fast as this friendly area is a great place to be, only a short stroll from Queens Park and within a 10 minute walk of The Royal Pavilion, the County Hospital and the sea. Al fresco cafes, shops and Bistro pubs are on the doorstep and Brighton mainline’s direct trains to Gatwick and London are a 15 minute bus ride or 8 by cab.

Inside, this quiet retreat brims with light and character. With a parquet floor, the spacious living dining room opens to the patio and guests can enjoy a roaring fire in winter. Upstairs all four bedrooms are comfortable doubles, and the bathroom is far bigger than you expect. Tucked away from the crowds with a weekly farmer’s market by the famous Pepper Pot, Queen’s Park is one of the most sought after areas of the city just a few minutes from the picturesque centre and now is the time to buy with substantial improvements taking place on the seafront.

Council Tax: C

Ideal for families and professionals who like to entertain, this area has plentiful permit parking with no waiting list and bus routes to give independence to older children or those who prefer a greener form of transport, and access is swift from here to the city centre, the sea and to open countryside.

Radiating charm, this is one of only a few homes within the terrace to have retained their flint frontage. Inside, the inviting living dining room has plenty of space with a cheerful east/west orientation and handsome open fireplace. Solid wood parquet is underfoot, there is built in shelving with a workstation and French doors in the far wall open to a west-facing patio.
Next door, past an under-stair cupboard, the streamlined kitchen has a door to the patio. A touch induction hob beneath a hood, a microwave, fan oven, fridge and freezer are integrated for you and storage includes a pull-out larder. At the far end, a cloakroom has power and plumbing for utility machines.

At the top of the stairs, the vaulted bathroom is far larger than you expect with natural light, bathtub, and walk in jet shower with dual heads. Plus hand basin, shaving point and heated towel rail.

The first of the double bedrooms is quietly located at the back whilst the restful principal bedroom spans the full width at the front. Looking over the school it is peaceful and private at night and weekends, and there is a beautiful original fireplace.

Up at the top, two more tranquil bedrooms mirror those below, each with plenty of character of their own which includes a pretty fireplace in the front room which faces east for the morning sunshine.

Owner's Secret:

“This house is ideal for relaxing with family or evenings with friends and the area has something for everyone no matter what you’re into which you can easily access by bus, train or cycle, so you won't need a car.”

Agent's Thoughts:

“Just steps from Queen’s Park and convenient for good or outstanding schools, the city centre is within walking distance and the station with direct trains to Gatwick and London is easy to get to. With beautiful period features, flexible accommodation and a sheltered, west facing patio, homes on this sought after terrace are not easy to find.”

Where is it:
Shops: Local 2 mins on foot, Royal Pavilion & Lanes 4 minutes by car, 10-15 on foot
Station: Brighton 15- 20 by bus, 8 by cab
Seafront or Park: Queen’s Park 1 mins walk, seafront 3 mins by car, 7 on foot

Closest Schools:
Primary: Queen’s Park, St Luke’s
Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer
Sixth Form: Varndean, BHASVIC, BIMM, MET
Private: Brighton College, Brighton Waldorf, Brighton Girls, Roedean

Quiet but convenient, this area is known for its unpretentious vibe and friendly community based around the green spaces, tennis courts, pond, playground and café of Queen’s Park which is full of families, dog walkers and joggers who also enjoy its surrounding organic shops and bistro pubs. Within a 4 minute walk of outstanding primary St Luke’s, there’s a choice of other great local primary schools which include Brighton College, and this area is popular for families of any age and configuration. Kemptown Village, which hosts the County Hospital, is on the doorstep, bordered by beaches with beach bars, volleyball courts, wellness centre and a new Lido, and it has an al fresco lifestyle as well as useful amenities – which open early and close late. For downtime, the cultural heart of the city with its vibrant, historical Lanes and the cosmopolitan Marina are easy to reach on foot, by bus or cab. For those who need to travel, the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick and London is about 15-20 minutes by bus or a 20 minute scenic stroll past boutiques, bars and restaurants.
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Band: C
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
GARDENA property has access to an outdoor space, which could be private or shared.
ACCESSIBILITYHow a property has been adapted to meet the needs of vulnerable or disabled individuals.Read more about accessibility in our glossary page.
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Park Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2


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  • Brighton Station0.7 miles
  • London Road (Brighton) Station1.1 miles
  • Moulsecoomb Station1.7 miles
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Brand Vaughan, Kemptown

110 St. Georges Road, Brighton, BN2 1EA

Brand Vaughan, Kemptown

If you’re moving here, you want to be looked after by number one. That’s Brand Vaughan. Actively selling and letting more properties than any other agent in and around Brighton & Hove. Since 2007. We have a physical and online presence across East Sussex, with branches in all the prime property hot spots. Nothing moves in Hove, Kemptown, Preston Park and Brighton Marina without our knowledge. Our sister company Michael Jones covers the West coast, if you’re looking Worthing way. Sales, Letti

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