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***HELP TO BUY scheme available*** STANFORD MEWS is a collection of two, three & four bedroom homes located within the favoured Preston Village area of Brighton, less than 7 mins walk to Preston Park station. Tucked away amongst 400 years of architectural history sits a small yet exclusive new development in Preston Village. Stanford Mews has been designed to complement its village surroundings, yet inside, each home has a high-end, contemporary finish to suit the modern lifestyle. This two-bedroom cottage-style house mirrors the 17th Century homes opposite, and while it is modern throughout, there are hints to the age of the original building within. You are just a short stroll from popular parks, schools and Preston Park Station, meaning it will be popular with small families, commuters and investors alike.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
2
bathrooms:
1
living rooms:
1
floor area:
2 double bedrooms

outside:
spacious open living room
parking:
Resident Parking
location:
Preston Village


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Price
£425,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP190086
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Preston Village
Home area
2 double bedrooms
Rooms
1
Beds
2
Baths
1

Why you'll like it...

* RESERVE THROUGH BRANDVAUGHAN AND RECEIVE £750 TOWARDS YOUR LEGAL COSTS* Style: contemporary, cottage-style house Bedrooms: 2 double Bathrooms: 1 Living rooms: 1 spacious and open plan Location: Preston Village Conservation Area Parking: permit zone K and secure bike storage Why you’ll like it: Designed and built in keeping with historic character of the area, these charming cottages have decorative gable tops, casement windows and decorative brickwork both inside and out. As new-builds, however, they conform to the highest specifications (10-year New Homes Warranty and 6-year Professional Consultant Certificate) and have been built using only the finest materials and workmanship for a refined finish. The windows throughout are timber-framed and double glazed, and the internal doors are American walnut while many floors are oak finished, plus the fixtures and fittings within the kitchen and bathrooms are contemporary. Every room is pre-wired with satellite TV, BT and broadband, and LED downlighting adds atmosphere to every space. You enter from the driveway on Lauriston Road where your front door opens to a small hallway then into the living and dining room to the right. Here, timber floors unify the space which is predominantly open plan creating a sociable area with ample space for relaxed seating and formal dining. A wide arch leads through to the dining area which in turn opens to a small patio, and this becomes a lovely extension of the room during summer, and the full height glazed doors ensure plenty of light fills the ground floor. The kitchen is neatly tucked into a corner, so it does not impose on the space, and the white and charcoal gloss units have been topped with glistening quartz which rises up the wall behind the induction hob, plus the sink has been seamlessly cut-in. The dishwasher, washer/dryer, fan oven, extractor fan and fridge freezer have also been integrated for you, so you can move straight in with relative ease. Carpeted stairs rise up to the first-floor landing where both bedrooms reside. One is a small double, but both have space for beds and freestanding furniture. They also have plush carpet underfoot and easy access to the bathroom which has a modern white bath suite from the Tabor bath range and both floor and wall tiles from the Spanish designer Azulev. Agent’s thoughts: “These homes have all the character and charm of the historic cottages in the area, yet they also feel spacious and light with an exemplary, modern finish throughout – the perfect balance!” Owner’s secret: “For commuters, the location is perfect, and there is a fantastic community here with a real mix of families and professionals of all ages. You can walk to the North Laine in 20 minutes or hop in the train to Brighton which takes only 4 minutes, and there is often entertainment in the Park, particularly during the Brighton Festival and throughout the summer.” Where it is: Shops: Local 1 min, North Laine about 10 mins on the bus Train Station: Preston Park is a 4 min walk Seafront or Park: Park is a 2 min walk, the Seafront is a 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: St Bernadette’s R.C, Westdene Primary Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman Sixth Form Colleges: Newman College, Varndean 6th Form, BHASVIC 6th Form Private: Brighton College, Windlesham Prep T & C apply

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Owner's secret...

“For commuters, the location is perfect, and there is a fantastic community here with a real mix of families and professionals of all ages. You can walk to the North Laine in 20 minutes or hop in the train to Brighton which takes only 4 minutes, and there is often entertainment in the Park, particularly during the Brighton Festival and throughout the summer.”

Agent's thoughts...

Preston Village was granted Conservation Area status due to its wonderfully historic mix of architecture dating back to the 17th Century. It certainly has a ‘village’ feel and a palpable sense of community, yet it remains well connected to the city and beyond by train, bus, car and on foot. It is surrounded by greenery; notably the beautiful Preston Park which is just a minute away, and both Hove Park and Withdean Park are also within walking distance giving you the best of both worlds. The city centre shopping districts and the beach are within easy reach, and this spacious house also offers easy access to the A23 as well as Preston Park Station with its regular, fast links to the airports and London.

where it is...



Shops: Local 1 min, North Laine about 10 mins on the bus Train Station: Preston Park is a 4 min walk Seafront or Park: Park is a 2 min walk, the Seafront is a 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: St Bernadette’s R.C, Westdene Primary Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman Sixth Form Colleges: Newman College, Varndean 6th Form, BHASVIC 6th Form Private: Brighton College, Windlesham Prep

Designed and built in keeping with historic character of the area, these charming cottages have decorative gable tops, casement windows and decorative brickwork both inside and out. As new-builds, however, they conform to the highest specifications (10-year New Homes Warranty and 6-year Professional Consultant Certificate) and have been built using only the finest materials and workmanship for a refined finish. The windows throughout are timber-framed and double glazed, and the internal doors are American walnut while many floors are oak finished, plus the fixtures and fittings within the kitchen and bathrooms are contemporary. Every room is pre-wired with satellite TV, BT and broadband, and LED downlighting adds atmosphere to every space. You enter from the driveway on Lauriston Road where your front door opens to a small hallway then into the living and dining room to the right. Here, timber floors unify the space which is predominantly open plan creating a sociable area with ample space for relaxed seating and formal dining. A wide arch leads through to the dining area which in turn opens to a small patio, and this becomes a lovely extension of the room during summer, and the full height glazed doors ensure plenty of light fills the ground floor. The kitchen is neatly tucked into a corner, so it does not impose on the space, and the white and charcoal gloss units have been topped with glistening quartz which rises up the wall behind the induction hob, plus the sink has been seamlessly cut-in. The dishwasher, washer/dryer, fan oven, extractor fan and fridge freezer have also been integrated for you, so you can move straight in with relative ease. Carpeted stairs rise up to the first-floor landing where both bedrooms reside. One is a small double, but both have space for beds and freestanding furniture. They also have plush carpet underfoot and easy access to the bathroom which has a modern white bath suite from the Tabor bath range and both floor and wall tiles from the Spanish designer Azulev.

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