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Victoria Street BN1

Guide price £575,000 - £600,000 | Newly renovated and beautifully presented with no onward chain; this light and airy two-bedroom Victorian terrace feels bright and homely, and it resides in one of the most prestigious conservation areas in the city. With an east to west orientation and generous room proportions, it feels deceptively spacious, and the potential remains to add a third bedroom within the loft if need be, subject to planning.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
2
bathrooms:
1
living rooms:
1
floor area:
853 sq ft

outside:
Rear courtyard garden
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Clifton / Powis


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Price
£575,000
ID
rps_loc-BVH180195
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Clifton / Powis
Home area
853 sq ft
Rooms
1
Beds
2
Baths
1

Why you'll like it...

Brighton Mainline Station is a simple stroll, as are several popular schools, and you are just minutes from the beach and the vibrant social scene of the city centre, so this would be a wonderful home for professionals, families and investors alike, or even as a stylish holiday let. In brief: Style: Victorian terraced house Bedrooms: 2 double Living rooms: 1 through living and dining room Area: 853 sq ft Outside: rear courtyard garden Location: Clifton Hill Conservation Area Parking: Residents Permit Zone Y Why you’ll like it: Clifton Hill is unarguably one of the most attractive conservation areas in the city; characterised by beautiful Victorian and Regency architecture, and perfectly positioned between the city centre and Seven Dials, making Victoria Street one of the most desirable streets in Brighton. While it holds a fantastically central location, it is also a peaceful area, as it is just tucked away from the hubbub of Western Road, and being elevated on the hill, the homes here are filled with natural light. This house has been recently renovated throughout, and sits on a pretty street of white Victorian houses, adorned with the architectural features of the period. Set back from the street behind glossy black railings and a neat front garden, this house has plenty of curb appeal, and once inside, it feels far more spacious than its sweet exterior implies. With a classic layout, the through living and dining room is first to the right, and has newly laid carpet underfoot. The walls are fresh in white, with a crisp and newly plastered finish, and two period fireplaces adorn one side of each part of the through room. The easterly walls is almost entirely glazed with a wide bay window looking out to the peaceful street, while to the rear, a tall sash frames views of the courtyard garden. Moving through the house, and passing generous under stairs storage, the kitchen, which has potential to be extended to the side, is double aspect, and has been fitted with panelled units in warm cherry-wood tones. Into these, the fan oven and induction hob have been integrated, leaving space for a fridge and a washing machine, and a door leads out to the garden. This is a delightful oasis within the city centre, with tall flint walls as a nod to the age of the property, with climbing ivy, floral beds and a tall gracious palm tree adding shape and colour to the space. There is ample room for dining alfresco during summer, and with a south and westerly aspect, it becomes a real suntrap. Returning to the house, newly carpeted stairs lead the way to the first floor landing, where the spacious bathroom is directly ahead. This is generous room, which has been sensitively refurbished using a traditional style suite, including a shower over the bath, and plenty of space for storage. The master bedroom spans the front of the house, and has a wide bay window to mirror the one below it. From here you can see the historic St Mary Magdalen Church with Brighton's newest landmark: The i360 rising head and shoulders above it, reminding you just how close to the coast you are here. Bedroom two is another fine double and has tranquil garden views, and facing west, a lovely warm light fills the room during the afternoon and early evening. Owner’s secret “This is the perfect place to live in the city if you want to experience the real Brighton and Hove vibe. You can walk everywhere, and living so close to the beach never tires in the summer, but it is also lovely having your own piece of outside space too. It is surprisingly quiet here, as you are just off the beaten track, but the city is on your doorstep for a night out which saves a fortune on taxis!” Where it is: Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 4 min walk Train Station: Brighton Station 10 min walk Seafront or Park: St Ann’s Well Gardens 6 min walk, Seafront 7 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Brunswick Primary, Middle Street Primary School Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College This sunny and spacious house is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach nearby. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to Brighton Station which has direct and fast links to the airports and London.

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Owner's secret...

“You can walk everywhere, and living so close to the beach never tires in the summer, but it is also lovely having your own piece of outside space too. It is surprisingly quiet here, as you are just off the beaten track, but the city is on your doorstep for a night out which saves a fortune on taxis!”

Agent's thoughts...

This sunny and spacious house is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach nearby. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to Brighton Station which has direct and fast links to the airports and London.

where it is...



Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 4 min walk Train Station: Brighton Station 10 min walk Seafront or Park: St Ann’s Well Gardens 6 min walk, Seafront 7 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Brunswick Primary, Middle Street Primary School Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

Clifton Hill is unarguably one of the most attractive conservation areas in the city; characterised by beautiful Victorian and Regency architecture, and perfectly positioned between the city centre and Seven Dials, making Victoria Street one of the most desirable streets in Brighton. While it holds a fantastically central location, it is also a peaceful area, as it is just tucked away from the hubbub of Western Road, and being elevated on the hill, the homes here are filled with natural light. This house has been recently renovated throughout, and sits on a pretty street of white Victorian houses, adorned with the architectural features of the period. Set back from the street behind glossy black railings and a neat front garden, this house has plenty of curb appeal, and once inside, it feels far more spacious than its sweet exterior implies. With a classic layout, the through living and dining room is first to the right, and has newly laid carpet underfoot. The walls are fresh in white, with a crisp and newly plastered finish, and two period fireplaces adorn one side of each part of the through room. The easterly walls is almost entirely glazed with a wide bay window looking out to the peaceful street, while to the rear, a tall sash frames views of the courtyard garden. Moving through the house, and passing generous under stairs storage, the kitchen, which has potential to be extended to the side, is double aspect, and has been fitted with panelled units in warm cherry-wood tones. Into these, the fan oven and induction hob have been integrated, leaving space for a fridge and a washing machine, and a door leads out to the garden. This is a delightful oasis within the city centre, with tall flint walls as a nod to the age of the property, with climbing ivy, floral beds and a tall gracious palm tree adding shape and colour to the space. There is ample room for dining alfresco during summer, and with a south and westerly aspect, it becomes a real suntrap. Returning to the house, newly carpeted stairs lead the way to the first floor landing, where the spacious bathroom is directly ahead. This is generous room, which has been sensitively refurbished using a traditional style suite, including a shower over the bath, and plenty of space for storage. The master bedroom spans the front of the house, and has a wide bay window to mirror the one below it. From here you can see the historic St Mary Magdalen Church with Brighton's newest landmark: The i360 rising head and shoulders above it, reminding you just how close to the coast you are here. Bedroom two is another fine double and has tranquil garden views, and facing west, a lovely warm light fills the room during the afternoon and early evening.

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