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Sutherland Road, BRIGHTON, East Sussex, BN2

Asking price £400,000, 4 bedrooms, Terraced,
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Nearest Station:

Brighton Rail (1.5 km)

London Road (Brighton) Rail (1.8 km)

Moulsecoomb Rail (2.6 km)

Features:
  • OIEO
Agent’s wording:Guide Price n++400,000 - n++425,000



VICTORIAN BEAUTY



If you enjoy period properties with light and generously proportioned rooms, then you should come and see this Victorian beauty. Each and every room is spacious, and as well as being beautifully located on a popular tree lined street behind Brighton College, this well presented home also has an unusually large south west facing garden.



In brief:

Style: Victorian Terrace

Bedrooms: 4 double

Living room: 1 spacious

Area: 1118 sq ft; 103.9 sq m

Outside: Walled SW garden

Parking: Residents U Zone



Why youn++ll like it:

Set back from the street behind a pretty wall, this sweet yellow brick home is reached up a short flight of stairs. The pale green door opens into a hallway with high ceilings and burnished floorboards which extend through the ground floor and bedrooms. On your left is the bright living room which is lovely and spacious, and it has a working brickwork fireplace in the chimney breast, which is temporarily boarded over. The attractive bay window, with shelving to either side, looks out over the wide tree lined street and down towards Brighton College.



Next door is the first double bedroom, which also has useful shelving on either side of an impressive tiled fireplace. This peaceful room looks out over the pretty s/w facing garden. The current owners had intended to knock through these two rooms, but found that living so centrally made them very popular with friends, so kept it as a spare!



Walking to the rear of the house, past handy under stairs storage, you come to the kitchen stairs leading up to an generous room with slate flooring and bespoke wooden units, topped with a glistening pale composite stone work top, set into which is a butlern++s sink. Navy blue tiles remind you that you are close to the sea, and the two double windows and semi glazed door flood this room with light. There is plenty of space for a dining table, cooker and fridge.



The kitchen door leads out onto a private side patio, which in turn leads to a surprisingly large garden, prettily bricked, where fruit trees, shrubs and roses jostle in the sunshine from the flower beds that line three walls.



The first floor landing has one step up leading past a guest WC to the right and storage to the left, to the large family bathroom. This room is nicely decorated with a modern white suite and has a cool square sink on a dark wooden shelf and the contemporary shower is above the bath. Behind the door there is a cupboard which has plumbing for a washing machine and there is a boiler which keeps this room lovely and cosy. The heated towel rail adds a touch of luxury!



On the first floor, to your right is a tranquil double bedroom overlooking the garden and the master bedroom is at the front of the house. This is a romantic space, with a lofty ceiling and the gracious bay window stretches almost from floor to ceiling. (As all windows in this home, this large bay is double glazed.)



Mounting the stairs to the top floor, past large windows, the fourth double bedroom is a good size and looks out over the quiet garden. There is a large fitted wardrobe and in the wall is a hatch leading to the second half of the roof space which the owners have often considered incorporating into the existing room or converting into a second room.



Bear in mind:

The house is on the number 2 bus route which is great for the teenagern++s night time independence.



Ownern++s secret:

n++It is fun being so near to all the entertainment, but it is nice to return to peace and quiet at night.n++



Where it is:

Shops: Kemp Town Village shops a 5 minute walk, The Lanes about 10 minutes walk

Train Station: Brighton mainline 8 minutes by bus

Seafront or Park: Sea is 6 minutes walk, Queenn++s Park 5 minutes

Closest Schools:

Primary: Queenn++s Park Primary

Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer

Private: Brighton College



This spacious home is only minutes from the seafront and Kemp Town Village with its fashionable mix of shops, cafes and bars. Within a short walk is Eastern Road which is on a regular bus route for central Brighton and mainline station which has excellent links to Gatwick and London.

Ground Floor

Hallway

Lounge

Kitchen

Bedroom/Dining Room

First Floor

Bedroom

Bedroom

Bathroom/WC

Separate WC

Second Floor

Bedroom

Outside

Walled South West facing garden

Marketed by:

Brand Vaughan Head OfficeBN2 1EA

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