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Freshfield Place BN2

The property is opposite a popular primary school in a leafy area full of young families and professionals. As it's close to Queen's Park, the beach and shops and cafes of Kemp Town, this big four bedroom house with a private garden is a perfect family home. Also, perfect for commuters due to the proximity to the station.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
4
bathrooms:
2
living rooms:
2
floor area:
1332 sq.ft.

outside:
Queen's Park
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Queens Park


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Price
£650,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK180447
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Queens Park
Home area
1332 sq.ft.
Rooms
2
Beds
4
Baths
2

Why you'll like it...

why you'll like it On a quiet, tree lined street in Kemp Town just a 15 minute walk to the cultural heart of the city this gabled Victorian home has great kerb appeal. Inside, this warm and stylish family home has been sympathetically decorated throughout. The inviting hallway has period features including traditional Victorian black and white floor tiles and takes you through to the living room benefitting from high ceilings and solid wood floorboards. This is a room for all seasons where sunlight streams through the broad south bay on sunny days and in the colder months the wood burner with stylish marble surround will keep you cosy. Further along the hallway, next door is the dining room which also houses a feature fireplace and large sash window looking over a broad side return. Please note, some neighbours have put French doors here or extended the kitchen into this area, subject to the usual consents. There is also the opportunity to knock through from the living room into the dining room for those who prefer more open plan living. At the back of the ground floor you come to the generously sized kitchen / breakfast room with a large sash window, spacious larder and door out to the garden, making al fresco dining easy. Shaker units are topped by family friendly work surfaces and there is a stylish terracotta tiled floor & integrated oven. Outside, the pretty courtyard garden is low maintenance with a lean-to to protect you on unpredictable summer days! Upstairs, the first of the light and airy bedrooms spans the full width of the building with a big bay and tall sash looking over the trees and you can even see the sea glittering in the distance. The second double room is bright and cheerful with a fitted wardrobe and feature fireplace decorated with pretty Victorian tiles. On the other side of the landing you will find the quietly tucked away third double bedroom with garden views, next to the luxurious modern Victorian bathroom. You will bathe in style with sleek subway tiles, claw footed free standing bath, heated towel rail, traditional column sink, chrome upright over-bath shower with extra large shower rose and wc. Moving up one floor, the previous owners shrewdly extended into the roof to create the crowning glory of the house, a beautiful master bedroom suite. Light floods into the room through velux windows and French doors opening out to a Juliette balcony with pretty garden views. Handy extra storage has also been provided with cupboards going into the eaves and the space also boasts a chic shower room with Velux window decorated in the same style as the family bathroom below. the lifestyle Queen's Park 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 at the end of the street. Bordered by beaches, Kemp Town is on the doorstep with a bohemian atmosphere and independent cafés, restaurants and shops which 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. agent's thoughts In a good school catchment area, houses on this friendly street do not appear on the market very often. owner's secret "Everything this coastal city has to offer is on your doorstep." where it is "Everything this coastal city has to offer is on your doorstep." where it is Shops: Local 2 minutes, Train Station: Brighton mainline about 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Queen’s Park 1 minute walk, seafront 3 minute drive closest schools Primary: St Lukes, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High, Brighton Steiner

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Owner's secret...

"Everything this coastal city has to offer is on your doorstep."

Agent's thoughts...

Queen's Park 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 at the end of the street. Bordered by beaches, Kemp Town is on the doorstep with a bohemian atmosphere and independent cafés, restaurants and shops which 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.

where it is...



Shops: Local 2 minutes, Train Station: Brighton mainline about 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Queen’s Park 1 minute walk, seafront 3 minute drive closest schools Primary: St Lukes, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton and Hove High, Brighton Steiner

On a quiet, tree lined street in Kemp Town just a 15 minute walk to the cultural heart of the city this gabled Victorian home has great kerb appeal. Inside, this warm and stylish family home has been sympathetically decorated throughout. The inviting hallway has period features including traditional Victorian black and white floor tiles and takes you through to the living room benefitting from high ceilings and solid wood floorboards. This is a room for all seasons where sunlight streams through the broad south bay on sunny days and in the colder months the wood burner with stylish marble surround will keep you cosy. Further along the hallway, next door is the dining room which also houses a feature fireplace and large sash window looking over a broad side return. Please note, some neighbours have put French doors here or extended the kitchen into this area, subject to the usual consents. There is also the opportunity to knock through from the living room into the dining room for those who prefer more open plan living. At the back of the ground floor you come to the generously sized kitchen / breakfast room with a large sash window, spacious larder and door out to the garden, making al fresco dining easy. Shaker units are topped by family friendly work surfaces and there is a stylish terracotta tiled floor & integrated oven. Outside, the pretty courtyard garden is low maintenance with a lean-to to protect you on unpredictable summer days! Upstairs, the first of the light and airy bedrooms spans the full width of the building with a big bay and tall sash looking over the trees and you can even see the sea glittering in the distance. The second double room is bright and cheerful with a fitted wardrobe and feature fireplace decorated with pretty Victorian tiles. On the other side of the landing you will find the quietly tucked away third double bedroom with garden views, next to the luxurious modern Victorian bathroom. You will bathe in style with sleek subway tiles, claw footed free standing bath, heated towel rail, traditional column sink, chrome upright over-bath shower with extra large shower rose and wc. Moving up one floor, the previous owners shrewdly extended into the roof to create the crowning glory of the house, a beautiful master bedroom suite. Light floods into the room through velux windows and French doors opening out to a Juliette balcony with pretty garden views. Handy extra storage has also been provided with cupboards going into the eaves and the space also boasts a chic shower room with Velux window decorated in the same style as the family bathroom below.

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