BVP190210_31.jpg
BVP190210_19.jpg
BVP190210_24.jpg
BVP190210_28.jpg
BVP190210_17.jpg
BVP190210_20.jpg
BVP190210_22.jpg
BVP190210_05.jpg
BVP190210_07.jpg
BVP190210_09.jpg
BVP190210_26.jpg
BVP190210_04.jpg
BVP190210_02.jpg
BVP190210_16.jpg
BVP190210_29.jpg
BVP190210_33.jpg

Compton Road end-terrace house

Guide Price £550,000 - £600,000 Newly renovated to exacting standards, with a contemporary finish and generous rooms, this three-bedroom end terrace house feels deceptively spacious, and it sits perched on the hill overlooking Preston Valley. With wide picture windows and an elevated position, it benefits from delightful, far reaching views of the South Downs in the north, and across the city to the east which can be enjoyed from all floors. Sitting in close proximity to Preston Park Station; several popular schools and parks; and with excellent transport links into the city, this property will be popular with commuters, sharers and families alike.

style:
End of Terrace
bedrooms:
3
bathrooms:
1
living rooms:
1
floor area:
1-2 spacious living rooms

outside:
side patio garden
parking:
Off Street Parking
location:
Preston Park


back to results read full details brochure and floorplan view map book a viewing or call 01273 683111
Price
£550,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP190210
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Preston Park
Home area
1-2 spacious living rooms
Rooms
1
Beds
3
Baths
1

Why you'll like it...

Style: end-terrace house Bedrooms: 3 double Living Rooms: 1-2 spacious Area: 1208 sq.ft. Outside: side patio garden Location: Preston Park Station/Dyke Road Parking: Garage and drive for 1 car Why you’ll like it In a hugely popular area for families and professionals alike, this generous home is spread over four floors and includes and integral garage. It is a modern build with a linear Mid-Century appeal to the rear, yet to the front it sits sympathetically with its Victorian neighbours as it has a deep bay window, and the rooms are well-proportioned throughout. Having been recently modernised, it is ready to move straight into or let out immediately with ease, and the décor is stylish yet neutral to suit all types of furnishing. It has been built into the hillside between Preston Park Station and Dyke Road, which is known by the residents for being a very peaceful and friendly area with a real community feel, yet you are still so well connected to the city – indeed you can walk there in just twenty minutes, so you have the best of both town and country. You access the garage from the rear on Inwood Crescent or you can enter at ground floor level through the front door on Compton Road. This opens directly to the bright and airy living room where fresh white walls and cool grey flooring greets you. There is ample space in here for relaxing and socialising, and the kitchen is partially open to the room. This has modern white units with an integrated oven and induction hob, leaving space for your other appliances, and there is room for a kitchen table if need be. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms on the first floor which have plush grey carpet underfoot and plenty of space for double beds and freestanding pieces of bedroom furniture. They have easy access to the family bathroom which is simply designed in white so you can add your own pop of colour with toiletries and towels. A further flight of stairs takes you to the master bedroom on the top floor which looks out over the roof and treetops of the city and is a wonderfully peaceful space. While it is a generous house as it stands, spread over four floors, but the potential is there to convert the garage into a more usable living space with access to the patio garden. This would be subject to planning consents, of course, but it is certainly food for thought. Agent’s thoughts: This is a hugely desirable area for many, so this house is ideal for those looking for a sound investment close to transport links and schools. Owner’s secret ‘While this house was a development project, we have become familiar with the neighbourhood and there is a real sense of community here. The house is in a great position on the street so you can fully appreciate the views, and you are minutes away from the city centre by train or bus.’ Where it is Shops: Local 2 min walk, North Laines 20 min walk Station: Preston Park Station 4 min walk Seafront or Park: Dyke Road Park 3 min walk, seafront 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Stanford Infant and Junior Schools Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

Like this? Tell your friends

Owner's secret...

‘While this house was a development project, we have become familiar with the neighbourhood and there is a real sense of community here. The house is in a great position on the street so you can fully appreciate the views, and you are minutes away from the city centre by train or bus.’

Agent's thoughts...

This is a bright and spacious family home sits in a popular location which is well served for shops, parks and schools. There are plenty of local green spaces, and great transport links, but you are also only a short walk or drive from everything this vibrant coastal city has to offer. The A23 and Preston Park Station are also within easy reach, for those requiring fast links to Gatwick or London on a daily or weekly basis.

where it is...



Shops: Local 2 min walk, North Laines 20 min walk Station: Preston Park Station 4 min walk Seafront or Park: Dyke Road Park 3 min walk, seafront 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Stanford Infant and Junior Schools Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

In a hugely popular area for families and professionals alike, this generous home is spread over four floors and includes and integral garage. It is a modern build with a linear Mid-Century appeal to the rear, yet to the front it sits sympathetically with its Victorian neighbours as it has a deep bay window, and the rooms are well-proportioned throughout. Having been recently modernised, it is ready to move straight into or let out immediately with ease, and the décor is stylish yet neutral to suit all types of furnishing. It has been built into the hillside between Preston Park Station and Dyke Road, which is known by the residents for being a very peaceful and friendly area with a real community feel, yet you are still so well connected to the city – indeed you can walk there in just twenty minutes, so you have the best of both town and country. You access the garage from the rear on Inwood Crescent or you can enter at ground floor level through the front door on Compton Road. This opens directly to the bright and airy living room where fresh white walls and cool grey flooring greets you. There is ample space in here for relaxing and socialising, and the kitchen is partially open to the room. This has modern white units with an integrated oven and induction hob, leaving space for your other appliances, and there is room for a kitchen table if need be. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms on the first floor which have plush grey carpet underfoot and plenty of space for double beds and freestanding pieces of bedroom furniture. They have easy access to the family bathroom which is simply designed in white so you can add your own pop of colour with toiletries and towels. A further flight of stairs takes you to the master bedroom on the top floor which looks out over the roof and treetops of the city and is a wonderfully peaceful space. While it is a generous house as it stands, spread over four floors, but the potential is there to convert the garage into a more usable living space with access to the patio garden. This would be subject to planning consents, of course, but it is certainly food for thought.

popular properties...

Baths 2
Beds 3
Living rooms -
House
£540,000
Baths -
Beds 1
Living rooms -
House
£875 pcm