A charming and stylish three bedroom mid-terraced home situated in the popular North Laine District of central Brighton, just moments from Brighton Mainline Station.
OVERVIEW Offered to the market this Spring, this charming period property will appeal to buyers looking for spacious and flexible accommodation set within the popular and bustling North Laine District of central Brighton, within walking distance of local amenities, the seafront and Brighton Mainline Station, along with some of Brighton & Hove’s best Primary and Secondary Schools.
Upon entering the property on the ground floor, you are welcomed by an expansive living room bursting with character and featuring a gorgeous log burner, two built in bookshelves, stripped wooden flooring and French doors with period shutters overlooking the courtyard. This room benefits from a dual East to West aspect which gives it that all day natural light, it’s a seamless space to relax and unwind and truly is the heart of the home.
To the rear of the ground floor there is a second reception room, which is currently arranged as a workshop. This space is versatile to suit ones needs and could also be used as a home office or fourth bedroom. There are double doors leading out to the Westerly aspect rear courtyard garden, fully paved with a bed of mature roses and flowers to the rear, it is a great sun trap providing space for outdoor dining, barbecue and entertaining as well as space for planting some of your favourite potted plants.
As you head down the stairs to the open plan kitchen and dining room, there is a beautiful eye-catching exposed wall. The kitchen has a range of modern wall and base units with wooden worksurfaces and integrated appliances including a sink with drainer and mixer tap, Falcon range cooker with extractor, dishwasher, Miele washing machine and dryer. The terracotta floor tiling finishes this room off nicely, with plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs. Additionally, there is a stylish bathroom with black and white checkerboard tiling and trendy patterned wallpaper along with a deep Japanese soaking tub, a WC and sink with a mixer tap.
Stairs rise to the first floor offering two generously sized bedrooms with sufficient wardrobe and storage space. There is also a separate family bathroom. The loft space of this home was historically converted and is currently being used as a third bedroom and a comfortable office space.
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 D.
LOCATION Parts of the North Laine date back to the 16th Century when Brighton was a small fishing village named Brighthelmstone. The North Laine was first developed in the 1820’s, with its grid layout having considerable historic interest.
Today, The North Laine is best known for its bohemian vibe, with a mainly pedestrian only shopping area. Full of restaurants, cafes, vintage stores, art exhibitions, jewellery stands, pubs and entertainment venues such as the Komedia with its cinema and stand-up comedy nights. Every Saturday, Upper Gardner Street is closed to traffic for an on-street market, and amongst the houses of this street are several antiques dealers, great if you love a snoop around!
Here you are close to the Prince Regents 19th Century Royal Pavilion, drawing sightseers in with its beautiful ornate, Indian style domes and minarets. Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, and music fans can head to gigs at the Brighton Dome or shows at The Theatre Royal. Head South to wander the South Laines, Central Brighton’s shopping amenities including Churchill Square Shopping Centre and Brighton seafront, with its beaches and everything a traditional British seaside town has to offer, such as Brighton Pier, with its rides and attractions. Brighton Mainline Train Station is also within walking distance, with direct links to Central London and Gatwick Airport.
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