Brighton, East Sussex
- Guide Price £500,000-£550,000
- An Attractive Three Bedroom Terraced House
- Ideal Brighton Mainline Railway Station
- Through Lounge/Dining Room
- Separate Kitchen
- Wet Room and Downstairs Cloakroom
- Generous Rear Garden
- Internal Floor Area 98m²/1054ft²
Oakley are pleased to offer this attractive three bedroom terraced house having a southerly rear garden. The accommodation consists of an entrance hall with period features, through lounge/dining room with feature fireplace, double glazed window and rear patio door onto block paved patio, kitchen, three bedrooms, a wet room and downstairs cloakroom. The property benefits from a good size rear garden and several period features.
This attractive period property offers well laid out accommodation consisting of an entrance hall leading to a good size through lounge dining room with a feature fireplace and a double aspect, a separate kitchen with plumbing for a washing machine and window over the rear garden and an understair cloakroom. To the first floor the property has three good sized bedrooms with bedrooms one and two having built in double wardrobes and there is a walk in wet room shower. The house benefits from several period features and has a good size rear garden having a block paved patio leading to steps and a separate raised terrace garden.
Parkmore Terrace is situated close to Brighton Mainline Railway Station and is ideally located for local schools including; Varndean, Balfour Infant & Junior, Downs Infant & Junior and Dorothy Stringer. The property is conveniently accessible for Preston Park, London Road retail thoroughfare, local shops in nearby Ditchling Road & Beaconsfield Parade, road links to the A23/A27/A270 and bus services towards Brighton city centre & the seafront/promenade.
Starting from Brighton Pier head North up the A23 past the Pavilion on the left hand side and St Peters Church on the right hand side. Continue up the road and at the junction with the A270 carry strait on. Take the second left after the junction into Dyke Road Drive and then the first left into Parkmore Terrace and the property can be found to your left hand side.
Part glazed double glazed front door, stairs to first floor, double radiator, feature ceiling moulding, alarm panel, dado rail and under stair storage.
Through Lounge/Dining Room
7.12m x 3.98m (23' 4" x 13' 1") reducing to 3.71m (12' 2") Double glazed bow front bay window to front with double glazed door to garden, feature covedceiling and feature gas fire.
4.04m x 2.67m (13' 3" x 8' 9") Modern grey flat front unit, base and wall units, roll edge work surface, double radiator, one and a half bowl drainer and Worcester combi boiler, double glazed door to side and window to southerly garden.
Under stairs with WC and corner wash hand basin.
Original handrail and balustrade, storage cupboard with shelving, dado rail and access to loft space.
4.64m x 3.55m (15' 3" x 11' 8") Double glazed bow fronted window with views to the front, coved ceiling, two double wardrobes and double radiator with thermostat control.
3.45m x 3.54m (11' 4" x 11' 7") Double glazed window over rear garden, coved ceiling, two double wardrobes and single radiator with thermostat control.
2.70m x 2.00m (8' 10" x 6' 7") Double glazed window with top opening sash to rear garden and double wardrobe.
Walk in wet room with fully tiled walls, double glazed window to side, wash hand basin with modern mixer block, low level WC with push button flush and thermostatic controlled shower.
L shaped blocked paved patio area leading to steps rising to tiered garden with a level top area extending to 6.618 meters with mature tree and shrub planting.