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East Drive, BN2

The luxury period homes which surround Queen's Park are rare to the market and Oxford House is a prime, four bedroom beauty with an exceptionally large garden even for this prosperous area of the city. The subtle frontage disguises the private 105ft x 65ft walled garden at the rear. Inside the stylish ground floor's social whilst four receptions allow a degree of privacy, upstairs the bedrooms are sunny and spacious - one with a balcony which has sea views- and even the bathrooms impress. With charming historic features, the property has undergone extensive refurbishment and modernisation so is ready to move into. However, this already substantial house could grow with your family as planning is in place for a top floor master suite and amalgamation of the kitchen/diner, playroom and formal dining room, and it's close to the beach, city centre and excellent schools including Brighton College.

style:
Semi-detached Edwardian family home
bedrooms:
4

location:
Brighton And Hove


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Price
£3,750 pcm
ID
175165
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Rent
Status
Available
Location
Brighton
Beds
4

Why you'll like it...

The luxury period homes which surround Queen’s Park are rare to the market and Oxford House is a prime, four bedroom beauty with an exceptionally large garden even for this prosperous area of the city. The subtle frontage disguises the private 105ft x 65ft walled garden at the rear. Inside the stylish ground floor’s social whilst four receptions allow a degree of privacy, upstairs the bedrooms are sunny and spacious – one with a balcony which has sea views- and even the bathrooms impress. With charming historic features, the property has undergone extensive refurbishment and modernisation so is ready to move into. However, this already substantial house could grow with your family as planning is in place for a top floor master suite and amalgamation of the kitchen/diner, playroom and formal dining room, and it’s close to the beach, city centre and excellent schools including Brighton College.

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TENANT INFORMATION Rental payments are usually taken monthly in advance – subject to references and agreed contract terms. The equivalent of a 6 week deposit is held until expiration of the tenancy against any dilapidations There is an administration fee of £276 inc VAT per tenant, which covers the cost of requesting references, plus a fee of £36 inc VAT per guarantor (banks and other referees may charge for a reference and this cost is not included in the administration fee). A charge of £60 inc VAT per tenancy is charged for any extension of the tenancy agreement for each agreed extension period. An initial holding deposit will be required to reserve the property whilst references are processed. This forms part of the above costs and is subject to contract and conditions. Additional charges may apply subject to the terms of the tenancy agreement. For more information please contact Brand Vaughan on 01273 221101 or visit our website.

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Owner's secret...

"The location is ideal as it is central but quiet. It has been a very happy family home big enough for friends and family and an easy base for activities as well as entertaining. We have loved the luxury of generous space inside and outside, and the Park is friendly, full of local families, joggers and dog walkers."

Agent's thoughts...

In a good school catchment area, these magnificent homes by the park do not appear on the market very often. Planning Permission and Building Regulations approval has been obtained to build a master suite within the substantial loft space, including a garden facing Juliette balcony with French doors, an en-suite and walk-in wardrobe. Permissions are also in place to open up the playroom and connect it to an expansion of the dining conservatory, with bi-fold doors opening on to the garden patio. This substantial space is envisaged as a luxurious kitchen/family room, with the existing kitchen becoming a connected dining room. Architect plans are available to view.

where it is...



Shops: St James’ Street 3 minutes by car, The Lanes about 15 to walk Station: Brighton mainline 10-15 minutes by bus, about 25 to walk Seafront or Park: Seafront under 5 minutes drive – same permit area, Queen’s Park opposite closest schools Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College the lifestyle Queen's Park Conservation Area is a sought after area of the city and the leafy acreage of the park, which has tennis courts, a pond, a playground and open spaces is literally a few steps away. On the edge of Kemp Town which is bordered by beaches, there's a relaxed atmosphere and the nearby independent cafés, restaurants and shops include a butcher, deli, and grocers as well as a chemist and post office. The cultural heart of the city is within walking distance, and the bustling central business and shopping districts- and harbourside amenities of the Marina - are all easy to reach. Within walking distance of good schools, you'll also have access to some of the best private schools in the country including award winning Brighton College. Ideal for professionals, you're close to the law courts, colleges, hospital and Amex and for those who need to travel, the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick and London is about 15 minutes by bus and access to the M23 is fairly swift. Something to bear in mind is there is also an ongoing application for off street parking, although there's plenty of permit parking and C zone has no waiting list.


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