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Ashford Road bn1

Perfectly located for families with children of all ages, this three-bedroom terraced house is both bright and spacious, and it sits amongst a friendly community. The rooms are generously proportioned with high ceilings and there remains some scope for further extension if you choose. The walled city garden feels private and is a lovely extension to the dining room during summer, and with a southerly orientation, it is filled with natural light. Some of the city’s most favoured primary and secondary schools are within catchment, and there are several popular parks within walking distance making this the ideal family home. With excellent transport links, both in and out of the city, it is sure to attract many.

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
3
bathrooms:
2
living rooms:
1
floor area:
3 bedroom, 1 reception room

outside:
preston park / fiveways
parking:
Resident Parking
location:
Preston Park


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Price
£550,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP190298
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Preston Park
Home area
3 bedroom, 1 reception room
Rooms
1
Beds
3
Baths
2

Why you'll like it...

Style: Edwardian terraced house Bedrooms: 3 double; 1 en suite Living rooms: 1 through living and dining room Area: 943.55 sq.ft Outside: Walled rear garden Location: Fiveways Parking: Permit zone F Why you’ll like it: Fiveways has been hugely desirable for many years now, and it seems to keep improving. There is a fantastic mix of shops, bars, delis, award winning bakers and butchers, and with many families living here due to the school catchment, there is also a fantastic sense of community. This house sits midway up a quiet terraced road to the north of the shops and just a few minutes from the schools and Hollingbury Park. Built on the cusp of the Victorian and Edwardian periods, it bears characteristics of both; with box bay windows and a gabled roof. It is set back from the road by a neatly paved front garden which gives privacy to the front of the house, and once inside, you are greeted by wooden floors stretching along the hall and into the main reception to the left. Light pours in from the south making it feel bright and airy, yet it also homely with an open fire to warm you during the cooler seasons. There is ample space for formal dining and relaxed seating in here, and while the kitchen is completely separate, it is linked to the room. Forming a ‘U’ shape to the rear of the house, the kitchen has plenty of modern units in white which have been paired with solid oak worktops and a butler sink for a contemporary-country feel. Below the surfaces, space and plumbing has been left for a washing machine and a dishwasher, while the cooker and tall fridge freezer are also freestanding – and all may be negotiable with the sale. French doors from the dining area lead out to the garden which is far more spacious than many in the area and is set to lawn with well-established borders. With a north to south aspect it is a naturally sunny space and being elevated slightly it receives plenty of natural light throughout the year. It is also open to the west for balmy evenings in summer, and there is plenty of scope to extend the house into the side return without compromising on outside space. Returning to the house, there are two sizable double bedrooms on the first floor; one of which spans the front of the house with another box bay window to fill it with light, while the other enjoys peaceful garden views. They both have ample space for king size beds and freestanding pieces of bedroom furniture, and they share use of the family bathroom which is also on this floor at the top of the stairs. In here, the decoration is classic in white with a dark tile trim, and it has a rainfall shower above the generous bath. A further flight takes you to the master bedroom suite which is a fantastic size due to a full width dormer to the rear from which you can spy the hills of the South Downs above the roof tops of the city. There is a second window to the front, and with an en suite shower room, there will be no need for queues on busy mornings. This is a charming and characterful family home which is in the ideal location for so many – so it is sure to be snapped up. Agent’s thoughts: This is a lovely family home, perfectly positioned between the countryside and the coast. While it is perfect to move straight in, there remains some scope for further development, or simply to put your own stamp on the place. Owner’s secret: “It has been really easy living here and raising the family. You have every amenity you could wish for at Fiveways, and you can be on the beach or in the countryside in just 10 minutes by car.” Where it is: Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 10 mins on the bus Train Station: Preston Park Station 15 min walk, Brighton Station 20 min walk Seafront or Park: Hollingbury Park 2 min walk, Seafront 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Balfour Primary School Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

“It has been really easy living here and raising the family. You have every amenity you could wish for at Fiveways, and you can be on the beach or in the countryside in just 10 minutes by car.”

Agent's thoughts...

This sunny family home is perfectly situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and green spaces on your doorstep. The city centre shopping districts and beach are also within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to Preston Park and Brighton Stations, plus the A27/A23which have direct and fast links to the universities, airports and London.

where it is...



Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 10 mins on the bus Train Station: Preston Park Station 15 min walk, Brighton Station 20 min walk Seafront or Park: Hollingbury Park 2 min walk, Seafront 10 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Balfour Primary School Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

Fiveways has been hugely desirable for many years now, and it seems to keep improving. There is a fantastic mix of shops, bars, delis, award winning bakers and butchers, and with many families living here due to the school catchment, there is also a fantastic sense of community. This house sits midway up a quiet terraced road to the north of the shops and just a few minutes from the schools and Hollingbury Park. Built on the cusp of the Victorian and Edwardian periods, it bears characteristics of both; with box bay windows and a gabled roof. It is set back from the road by a neatly paved front garden which gives privacy to the front of the house, and once inside, you are greeted by wooden floors stretching along the hall and into the main reception to the left. Light pours in from the south making it feel bright and airy, yet it also homely with an open fire to warm you during the cooler seasons. There is ample space for formal dining and relaxed seating in here, and while the kitchen is completely separate, it is linked to the room. Forming a ‘U’ shape to the rear of the house, the kitchen has plenty of modern units in white which have been paired with solid oak worktops and a butler sink for a contemporary-country feel. Below the surfaces, space and plumbing has been left for a washing machine and a dishwasher, while the cooker and tall fridge freezer are also freestanding – and all may be negotiable with the sale. French doors from the dining area lead out to the garden which is far more spacious than many in the area and is set to lawn with well-established borders. With a north to south aspect it is a naturally sunny space and being elevated slightly it receives plenty of natural light throughout the year. It is also open to the west for balmy evenings in summer, and there is plenty of scope to extend the house into the side return without compromising on outside space. Returning to the house, there are two sizable double bedrooms on the first floor; one of which spans the front of the house with another box bay window to fill it with light, while the other enjoys peaceful garden views. They both have ample space for king size beds and freestanding pieces of bedroom furniture, and they share use of the family bathroom which is also on this floor at the top of the stairs. In here, the decoration is classic in white with a dark tile trim, and it has a rainfall shower above the generous bath. A further flight takes you to the master bedroom suite which is a fantastic size due to a full width dormer to the rear from which you can spy the hills of the South Downs above the roof tops of the city. There is a second window to the front, and with an en suite shower room, there will be no need for queues on busy mornings. This is a charming and characterful family home which is in the ideal location for so many – so it is sure to be snapped up.

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