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Arnold Street BN2

With a sunny east west orientation, big rooms and spacious patio for entertaining this two/three bedroom house is easy to live in. Large heritage windows are double glazed as are the doors, so it is more energy efficient than some, and inside has a ground floor with a practical layout where rooms could be adapted for different uses, extended or just knocked through – subject to consents. Ready to move into it is in Hanover, popular for its friendly community and quiet convenience, and is ideal for professionals and families as transport links to the city and the station are nearby for rainy days, local schools are good and shops, beaches, parks and the countryside are all easily accessible.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
2
floor area:
Hanover

outside:
723 sq. ft.
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Hanover




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Price
£375,000
ID
rps_loc-BVB200104
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Hanover
Home area
Hanover
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

TTucked away on a one way, characterful street of painted Victorian houses this bright and comfortable home has a lot to offer in a quiet but convenient location close to local shops and between the offices of Brighton General Hospital and Queen’s Park. Inside, the hallway is child and pet friendly with rush matting and wooden floor and ahead, the spacious living room invites company with a high ceiling, broad windows and handsome period fireplace. Next door, the colourful dining room looks over the garden and some people have put French doors in the far wall and knocked through- or else use this space as the third, private double bedroom. Past the practical under stair storage, the kitchen has an easy social flow through to the garden and with a window as well, it is another cheerful room to enjoy. A classic premium Magnet and Southern black and white which won’t date, it is also ready for you to use with an integrated bosch gas hob, oven and hood, franke sink, with plenty of space for a tall fridge freezer of choice, and plumbed for a washing machine. Outside, the patio is raised to catch the sun and open with views to the countryside. Paved for a dining table to share with friends, it is a tranquil idyll scented by imaginatively planted borders and is so peaceful that any cares will be soothed away. Upstairs, the bathroom is bigger than you expect with room for a contemporary bathroom suite which has a shower above the bath and a useful, large cupboard which also conceals the boiler. A few steps take you to the first floor landing with attic access, and the first of the double bedrooms has garden views with its light and airy nature reflected in the delicate apricot decoration. At the front, the master bedroom is a joy to return to at the end of a busy day with calm decoration and glimpses of the distant Downs which embrace our vibrant, coastal city. Agent says: “This house offers the best of all worlds – it’s quiet but convenient for the city, in a good school catchment area between the Level and Queen’s Park, and it’s ready to move into.” Owner’s secret: “The area’s safe and friendly, and, if you don’t feel like walking into the city, bus stops are close so you won’t need to use the car in the evenings” What’s around you: Shops: Local 2 minutes, North Laine about 10 to walk Train Station: Brighton mainline 15 by bus or bicycle Seafront or park: The Patch, Level and Queen’s Park all 10 mins walk. Seafront 5 minutes’ by car Closest schools: Primary: Elm Grove, St Luke’s Secondary: Varndean/Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

“The area’s safe and friendly, and, if you don’t feel like walking into the city, bus stops are close so you won’t need to use the car in the evenings”

Agent's thoughts...

Hanover is known for its organic shops and bistro pubs and both the Level and Queen’s Park, which hold events during the arts festivals, are full of locals enjoying the green spaces, playground and cafes. Within walking distance of good schools including Brighton College it is ideal for professionals as Kemptown, bordered by beaches, is on the doorstep which hosts Amex and the hospitals, and has a relaxed café culture as well as useful amenities. The famous Lanes, international business district and cosmopolitan Marina are all easy to reach. For commuters, the station serving Gatwick and London is about 15 minutes by bus and there is no waiting list for V zone parking.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minutes, North Laine about 10 to walk Train Station: Brighton mainline 15 by bus or bicycle Seafront or park: The Patch, Level and Queen’s Park all 10 mins walk. Seafront 5 minutes’ by car Closest schools: Primary: Elm Grove, St Luke’s Secondary: Varndean/Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College

Tucked away on a one way, characterful street of painted Victorian houses this bright and comfortable home has a lot to offer in a quiet but convenient location close to local shops and between the offices of Brighton General Hospital and Queen’s Park. Inside, the hallway is child and pet friendly with rush matting and wooden floor and ahead, the spacious living room invites company with a high ceiling, broad windows and handsome period fireplace. Next door, the colourful dining room looks over the garden and some people have put French doors in the far wall and knocked through- or else use this space as the third, private double bedroom. Past the practical under stair storage, the kitchen has an easy social flow through to the garden and with a window as well, it is another cheerful room to enjoy. A classic premium Magnet and Southern black and white which won’t date, it is also ready for you to use with an integrated bosch gas hob, oven and hood, franke sink, with plenty of space for a tall fridge freezer of choice, and plumbed for a washing machine. Outside, the patio is raised to catch the sun and open with views to the countryside. Paved for a dining table to share with friends, it is a tranquil idyll scented by imaginatively planted borders and is so peaceful that any cares will be soothed away. Upstairs, the bathroom is bigger than you expect with room for a contemporary bathroom suite which has a shower above the bath and a useful, large cupboard which also conceals the boiler. A few steps take you to the first floor landing with attic access, and the first of the double bedrooms has garden views with its light and airy nature reflected in the delicate apricot decoration. At the front, the master bedroom is a joy to return to at the end of a busy day with calm decoration and glimpses of the distant Downs which embrace our vibrant, coastal city.

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