- Beautiful Interiors
- Exceptionally Renovated
- Double-Fronted Victorian House
- South-West Facing Garden
- 102.7 Square Metres
KNIGHT & KNOXLEY present a wonderful, double-fronted, immaculately renovated, three-bedroom Victorian House on Shaftesbury Road with a south-west facing garden.
Standing on the curve, at the southern end of Shaftesbury Road, this double-fronted Victorian house has been completely renovated, back to the bricks, with new electrics, kitchen and bathrooms. It has been decorated to the highest standard and is now ready and waiting; a brand new, contemporary home, in a Victorian building, for its new owners.
On the ground floor, you enter into a large, light room which could be used in many ways. For a family, it would be a perfect, relaxed, living/dining area with the kitchen adjacent. There are gorgeous, lightly oiled, wooden floors in this room and throughout the house. A large bay window at the front is double-glazed; there are pristine, white walls and beautiful, vertical, white column radiators. Double doors with glazing open to the kitchen which has shaker-style units in a soft green with solid wood worktops. There is an eye-level double oven, an electric hob, an integrated slimline dishwasher and spaces for a fridge, a washing machine and a dryer. At the back of the house, a lobby leads to a door, which opens onto the south-west facing garden. There is an area of paving and a lawn, as well as a fruiting cherry tree. On the other side of the house, with its own bay window to the front and a further window overlooking the garden, is another reception room, which might lend itself to a more formal living space. The ground floor also has a WC. On the first floor, there are two nicely proportioned double bedrooms, with bay windows, and on the top floor is a third double bedroom, flooded with light, from a window to the front and two skylights. Also on this floor, is a magnificent family bathroom, which has a double-ended bath, with ball and claw feet and Chatsworth chrome brassware. A separate shower cubicle has a thermostatic shower with a waterfall shower head, and is tiled with white metro tiles. In a storage cupboard, there is a brand new Vaillant EcoTEC Pro 24, gas central heating boiler. This beautiful property’s most striking characteristic must be the lovely light in every room, which has been enhanced by the white walls and stunning floors. Don’t hesitate to arrange a viewing, someone will fall for this home as soon as they walk in the door.
Shaftesbury Road is moments from Preston Circus, known by most as home to The Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton’s much-loved independent cinema, which screens a variety of films throughout the week. A short stroll down London Road will bring you to the vibrant Open Market which is home to independent shops, artist’s studios and plaza traders, with stalls selling handmade arts and crafts and delicious food. There are great local pubs and restaurants including the Open House, Signalman, The Joker, The Hare and Hounds, The World’s End and the Roundhill, all close by, to name but a few! The Roundhill is notable as it has a vegan kitchen, serving award-winning plant-based meals. The property is ideally located for commuters, as Brighton Mainline station is a short walk away, with fast services to London Bridge and Victoria, which arrive in London in less than an hour. London Road station, which is also close, has services to Lewes and beyond. Several bus routes will take you straight into town, including the 5, 5A and 5B. Downs Infant and Junior schools are a ten-minute walk, both rated outstanding by Ofsted. The house is also in the catchment area for the extremely popular Dorothy Stringer and Varndean secondary schools. Two parks are close by; The Level to the south has a café, children's play area and a fantastic skate park. Preston Park to the north has large open spaces, a children’s playground, tennis courts, a velodrome and two places to grab a coffee and a bite to eat - the Rotunda Café or the Chalet Café.
Council Tax Band: D