Central Brighton, East Sussex
- Guide Price £550,000-£575,000
- A Three Bedroom Period Town House
- Through Lounge/Dining Room & Separate Kitchen
- Ideal Station, Seafront & Shops
- Rear Patio Garden
- City Centre Location
- Double Glazed Sash Windows
- Parking Zone: Z
- Internal Floor Area 94m²1012ft²
Oakley are pleased to offer this centrally located three double bedroom period town house extending across three storeys. The accommodation consists of an entrance hall, through lounge/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from a rear garden with a westerly aspect.
This attractive period house has been sympathetically refurbished throughout and is presented in excellent decorative order. The property comprises an entrance hall leading through to the living/dining room. There is a separate westerly aspect kitchen/breakfast room with modern white flat front units, beach work surfaces, attractive butler style sink and patio doors on to the westerly aspect walled garden. On the first floor there is a modern bathroom with a bath & separate walk in shower and there is a master bedroom. To the second floor you have two double bedrooms with vaulted ceilings. The property benefits from a walled rear patio garden with a westerly aspect.
Spring Street is situated in the heart of central Brighton close to the Churchill Square Shopping Centre and is conveniently located for Brighton Mainline Railway Station & bus routes across the city. The seafront/promenade, many shops, cafes, restaurants and city centre amenities/attractions are all within easy reach.
Starting from our Brighton North Road Office, turn left up North Road until reaching the top at the junction with Queens Road. Turn right at the traffic lights and then take the first turning on your left into Upper Gloucester Road. Proceed to the top of the road and at the roundabout take the first exit into Buckingham Road. At the Junction with Church Street Dyke Road turn left and continue down to the traffic lights where you turn right into Upper North Street and then take the fifth left into Spring Street and the property can be found to you right hand side.
With glass and panel door.
Through Lounge/Dining Room
6.11m x 4.27m (20' 1" x 14') reducing to 3.23m (10' 7") Through lounge with engineered wood effect flooring, coved ceiling, inset ceiling down lighting, stairs to first floor, under stair cupboard, gas coal effect fire with modern stone surround, two double radiators and period pine panel door with glazed panels leading to kitchen/breakfast room.
4.15m x 3.17m (13' 7" x 10' 5") Double glazed window and multi paned French door onto rear patio garden, tiled floor, beech work surfaces butler style sink with mixer tap, four ring gas hob and electric oven below, extractor hood over. There is a range of white shaker style base and wall units with brushed steel effect handles, radiator, plumbing for washing machine, coved ceiling and inset ceiling down lighting.
Double glazed window to rear, polished hand rail, wrought iron balustrade attractive stripped pine panel doors and wall light point.
4.26m x 3.26m (14' x 10' 8") Box sash windows to front, coved ceiling, fitted shelf and neutral carpet.
White tiled bathroom with modern white panel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, walk in glass shower with riser shower head, modern sink with mixer tap, low level WC with concealed cistern, chrome towel heated towel rail, double glazed casement window, feature mosaic dado tiling, and extractor fan.
Stairs leading from first floor to second floor with landing double glazed window to rear, wrought iron balustrade and polished hand rail.
3.96m x 3.32m (13' x 10' 11") Double glazed sash window to front vaulted ceiling, painted roof beam and double radiator.
2.69m x 2.85m (8' 10" x 9' 4") Double glazed casement window to the rear and double radiator.
Laid to pavers with raised bed and walled to three sides with a westerly aspect.