- ***Guide Price £575,000-£600,000***
- Victorian Terraced House
- Three Bedrooms
- Southerly Aspect Open Plan Living/Dining Room
- Spacious Family Bathroom & Shower Room
- Charming Period Features Including Two Fireplaces
- Walled Patio Rear Garden
- Total Floor Area 120m²/1292ft²
An attractive three bedroom Victorian mid terrace house complimented by charming period features and a patio garden, situated within the Preston Circus area.
This delightful period terraced house is situated on Clyde corner in Preston Circus. Arranged over three storeys and bursting with charm and character, as you enter through the front porch of the property you are presented with a beautiful 25ft (approx.) open plan living/ dining room which has several period features including; a south facing bay window, two gorgeous fire places, central ceiling roses, stripped wooden flooring and French doors opening to the side patio. The separate kitchen/ breakfast room has a range of wall and freestanding base cupboards with contrasting stainless steel and hard wood worksurfaces, a double sink with mixer tap and space for appliances. The kitchen leads through to an attractive walled patio rear garden. On the first floor, there is a southerly aspect second bedroom, bedroom three, a spacious period style bathroom, a separate shower room and stairs leading to the second floor with a spacious master bedroom. The property is beautifully presented and complimented by several charming period features including stripped pine sash windows and doors, period style fire places / radiators and stripped wooden floorings.
Stanley Road is situated within the Preston Circus area of central Brighton and is ideally located within walking distance of Brighton Mainline Railway Station (0.6 mile) and Brighton’s largest urban park, Preston Park, which offers a selection of sports facilities including tennis courts, a cycle velodrome and hosts a number of events throughout the year. Immersed within the vibrant culture and entertainments of Brighton, Stanley Road is 0.1 miles from the acclaimed Duke of York's Picture House which was constructed in 1910, within walking distance of The Joker and The Hare and Hounds public houses and an array of amenities on London Road shopping district. Offering convenient transport links, frequent bus services can be accessed from nearby London Road and the A23/A27 road networks are within quick reach. Local schools include St Bartholomew’s CofE Primary School (0.2 mile), Downs Infant School (0.3 mile), Cardinal Newman Catholic School (0.9 mile), Dorothy Stringer School (0.9 mile) and Varndean School (1.1 miles).
With internal window and door to:
7.47m x 4.62m (24' 6" x 15' 2")
Open plan dual aspect room with southerly aspect stripped pine bay window to the front, French doors leading to the side patio, charming period features including a feature fireplace, radiator, coving, ceiling roses and stripped wooden flooring. Access to the stairs with storage cupboard under, door leading to:
5.23m x 2.75m (17' 2" x 9')
Range of freestanding base cupboards with contrasting stainless steel and hard wood worksurfaces over, a double sink with mixer tap and space for appliances, space for a small dining table, radiator, stripped wooden flooring, westerly aspect side window and French doors opening to the patio garden.
4.62m x 3.33m (15' 2" x 10' 11")
Southerly aspect with stripped pine sash windows, double bedroom, period fireplace, radiator and ample space for wardrobes.
2.66m x 2.65m (8' 9" x 8' 8")
Stripped pine sash window and radiator.
Period style bathroom suite comprising a roll top freestanding claw foot bath, wall hung sink and WC, radiator, towel rail, stripped pine sash window and stripped floor boards.
Shower cubicle, part tiled with glass screen and door, wall hung sink, WC and window to side.
Velux window with stairs rising to second floor:
5.28m x 4.31m (17' 4" x 14' 2")
Dual aspect room with sash windows to the southerly aspect, two eaves storage cupboards, radiator and part restricted headroom.
Walled patio garden with a side returned, mature flowerbeds.