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Beaconsfield Villas Victorian double fronted house

INTERNAL VIEWINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST .Spanning the entire lower ground floor of a striking, double fronted Victorian villa is this beautifully presented two-bedroom garden flat. It has generous room proportions, and a wealth of original features, but the main attribute is its south westerly garden which is wonderfully sunny with a sizable lawn surrounded by mature trees. There are several popular parks and schools within easy walking distance, as well as two commuter stations, so this attractive home would be perfect for both families and professional sharers alike.

style:
Basement
bedrooms:
2
floor area:
1 large lounge dining room

outside:
928 sq.ft 96.28 sq. m
location:
Preston Park


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Price
£449,500
ID
rps_loc-BVP200046
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Preston Park
Home area
1 large lounge dining room
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

Style: Victorian double fronted house Bedrooms: 2 double Living Rooms: 1 large lounge dining room Area: 928 sq.ft. Outside: South Westerly rear garden and planting to the front Location: Preston Park Parking: Residents permit zone J Why you’ll like it Beaconsfield Villas is one of the wider tree lined streets in what is known locally as ‘The Golden Triangle’ due to the abundance of attractive Victorian properties; the catchments of several excellent schools; and its proximity to the city, the stations, and two of Brighton’s best parks. This double fronted villa is set well back from the street, and you approach this property down a slight slope then past a front garden planted with colourful hydrangeas. Your door opens into a small vestibule – perfect for hanging coats and organising shoes, and then you are into the impressive central entrance hall from which the other rooms reside. To the front on the left is the gloriously bright living room, with solid wood flooring and freshly painted walls. There’s an original fireplace in white with a glossy hearth in cherry metro brick tiling. The graciously wide bay window has pretty views to the front, and this floods the room with light from the east. Opposite this room is the master bedroom, which mirrors the living room in size and orientation. This too has a decorative fire surround, and ample space for a king size bed, as well as for large pieces of bedroom furniture, tucked into the alcoves. Wood flooring continues into the hall where a door to the left opens to a bounteous storage room, which was once a bathroom. The suite has been removed, but the plumbing is still there, so it could be transformed into a fantastic wet room which would be a great addition in a shared space. Bedroom two is on the right and is another substantial double bedroom with built in floating shelves, and tranquil views of the garden oasis to the rear. The family bathroom is conveniently next door, and this has a contemporary white suite, with large white tiles and a shower over the bath which is curved at one end for extra elbow room! The upper walls are a warm saffron colour which softens and warms the room adding a welcome splash of colour. The kitchen is next with units in buttermilk cream gloss which form a U shape allowing space for a kitchen table, and these are topped with a practical dark worktop which picks up the natural tones of the high-quality wood laminate floor. The sink is granite, and the fridge, freezer and dishwasher are integrated below the counter, as is the electric oven with a gas hob above. The splashbacks have Fired Earth tiles; Moroccan style in shades of blue, and are a striking addition adding style and character. The washing machine and dryer are in a separate conservatory/sun room which is accessed from the kitchen, and this then leads through glass double doors to the delightful rear garden. This is a real suntrap from 11am through to the sun going down. It has an immaculate lawn with beds surrounding planted with roses, and a wild cherry tree to blossom in the spring. There’s a decked area for dining and you don’t feel overlooked at all. This flat has charm and space in abundance and being in such a favourable location is it sure to attract the attentions of many. Agent’s thoughts: Having been fully restored in recent years, this flat is both stylish and beautifully maintained to stand the test of time. It is also perfectly located close to plenty of local amenities and transport links, so it will not stay on the market for long. Owner’s secret ‘This has been a fantastic home for me these last few years – particularly the having the station so close by for commuting. The garden is also fantastic, and so peaceful – it’s hard to believe you are so close to the city when you’re sitting out there surrounded by greenery.’ Where it is Shops: Local 2 min walk, North Laines 10 min walk Station: Preston Park and Brighton Stations 12 min walk Seafront or Park: Preston Park 4 min walk, seafront 15 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Downs Infant and Junior Schools, Balfour Primary Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

‘This has been a fantastic home for me these last few years – particularly the having the station so close by for commuting. The garden is also fantastic, and so peaceful – it’s hard to believe you are so close to the city when you’re sitting out there surrounded by greenery.’

Agent's thoughts...

This is a wonderful apartment 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 from everything this vibrant coastal city has to offer. The A23 and stations 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 10 min walk Station: Preston Park and Brighton Stations 12 min walk Seafront or Park: Preston Park 4 min walk, seafront 15 min walk Closest Schools: Primary: Downs Infant and Junior Schools, Balfour Primary Secondary: Varndean and Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College

Beaconsfield Villas is one of the wider tree lined streets in what is known locally as ‘The Golden Triangle’ due to the abundance of attractive Victorian properties; the catchments of several excellent schools; and its proximity to the city, the stations, and two of Brighton’s best parks. This double fronted villa is set well back from the street, and you approach this property down a slight slope then past a front garden planted with colourful hydrangeas. Your door opens into a small vestibule - perfect for hanging coats and organising shoes, and then you are into the impressive central entrance hall from which the other rooms reside. To the front on the left is the gloriously bright living room, with solid wood flooring and freshly painted walls. There's an original fireplace in white with a glossy hearth in cherry metro brick tiling. The graciously wide bay window has pretty views to the front, and this floods the room with light from the east. Opposite this room is the master bedroom, which mirrors the living room in size and orientation. This too has a decorative fire surround, and ample space for a king size bed, as well as for large pieces of bedroom furniture, tucked into the alcoves. Wood flooring continues into the hall where a door to the left opens to a bounteous storage room, which was once a bathroom. The suite has been removed, but the plumbing is still there, so it could be transformed into a fantastic wet room which would be a great addition in a shared space. Bedroom two is on the right and is another substantial double bedroom with built in floating shelves, and tranquil views of the garden oasis to the rear. The family bathroom is conveniently next door, and this has a contemporary white suite, with large white tiles and a shower over the bath which is curved at one end for extra elbow room! The upper walls are a warm saffron colour which softens and warms the room adding a welcome splash of colour. The kitchen is next with units in buttermilk cream gloss which form a U shape allowing space for a kitchen table, and these are topped with a practical dark worktop which picks up the natural tones of the high-quality wood laminate floor. The sink is granite, and the fridge, freezer and dishwasher are integrated below the counter, as is the electric oven with a gas hob above. The splashbacks have Fired Earth tiles; Moroccan style in shades of blue, and are a striking addition adding style and character. The washing machine and dryer are in a separate conservatory/sun room which is accessed from the kitchen, and this then leads through glass double doors to the delightful rear garden. This is a real suntrap from 11am through to the sun going down. It has an immaculate lawn with beds surrounding planted with roses, and a wild cherry tree to blossom in the spring. There’s a decked area for dining and you don’t feel overlooked at all. This flat has charm and space in abundance and being in such a favourable location is it sure to attract the attentions of many.

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