A beautiful and stylish, three-bedroom townhouse with period features and a westerly aspect patio garden situated moments from Brighton Mainline Station, the bustling North Laine District and Seven Dials.
***Guide Price £900,000 – £950,000***
This wonderful mid-terraced townhouse is set within the popular West Hill Conservation Area of central Brighton and is being presented to the market for the first time in 20 years. These terraced houses were built in circa 1850 and are positioned in a surprisingly quiet road moments from Brighton Mainline Station, the North Laine District and Seven Dials. Within these areas you can find an array of boutiques, shops, restaurants cafes and bars. The property has an abundance of charm and character throughout making this the ideal city home. Upon entering the property on the ground floor, you are welcomed by an expansive living room bursting with character, there is a feature fireplace, built in bookshelves and storage, stripped wooden flooring This room benefits from a dual East to West aspect with a bay window to the front and a large window overlooking the courtyard garden, meaning there is all day bright and natural light. This is a seamless space to relax and unwind and truly is the heart of the home.
The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and base units and worksurfaces over, along with an integrated SMEG gas hob and oven, an extractor fan, and a recently installed Blanco Silgranit 1 ½ bowl sink and drainer, fitted with a Hans Grohe mixer tap which has a pull-out spray function There is space for a fridge / freezer. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher. There would also be potential to extend to the side return subject to necessary consent but currently there is also a door leading out to the lower level of the courtyard garden. Stairs rise to the first floor offering two generously sized bedrooms with good wardrobe and storage space. On the half landing there is a separate WC and then a shower room/ utility that houses the boiler, large pumped hot water tank and the washing machine. A door leads out to the Westerly aspect rear courtyard garden, this is a very private area, perfect for entertaining. It is a sun trap from mid-morning until early evening but has shaded areas. A feature flint wall to the rear has recently been fully renovated.
To the second floor of the home, at the front of the house, is a well-proportioned bedroom with built in double wardrobes and a stripped wooden floor. A large window gives plenty of light with stunning panoramic views across the city and down to the sea. Next to the bedroom is a large bathroom with an elegant freestanding bath and a separate stylish shower. There is plentiful storage space with a large cupboard and feature shelving. The bedroom and bathroom combine to make this floor a wonderful principal suite. This seaside city home is idyllic, beautifully presented throughout and not one to be missed!
The property is Freehold, and the Council Tax Band is E.