Viaduct Road, Brighton
    3 bedroom victorian villa for sale


    • Central Brighton Location
    • Blend Of Contemporary & Period Finishes
    • Newly Renovated
    • Bespoke Fitted Kitchen
    • Boutique Style Contemporary Bathroom
    • Luxury Finishes
    • Level Mature Rear Garden
    • Bright & Airy Throughout
    • Close to City Centre
    • Close to the beach
    • Three Storey Freehold House
    • Chain Free Sale
    A fabulous period house located in the heart of beautiful Brighton. This gorgeous Victorian home has been refurbished to a very high standard throughout with contemporary luxury finishes mixed with original period features. Chain free sale.

    The space is arranged over three floors with large bright and airy principal living areas. The house benefits from a south-facing aspect flooding the property with light. Mylands heritage paints have been applied throughout giving soft colour tones/palettes matching with the overall design features of the property.

    Upon entering the house through a newly fitted graphite grey glazed triple glazed door with period style overhead lantern, the hallway features solid oak herringbone wood block flooring.

    Original mahogany turning staircase with feature whipped herringbone grey carpet runner. Understairs storage area with built-in utility space, plumbed and ready for washing machine.

    Main reception room with a southerly aspect, large bay window with newly fitted triple "A" rated glazed windows. Original decorative ceiling rose, exposed working feature fireplace, period cupboard, solid oak herringbone wood block flooring, newly fitted "old school style" ceramic radiators and newly fitted Mid-Century style central feature light. Custom-fitted plantation-style white wooden blinds.

    Third bedroom/second reception with solid oak herringbone wood block flooring, exposed brickwork feature fireplace, newly fitted "old school style" ceramic radiators, floor-to-ceiling original period storage cupboard and oversized newly fitted triple "A" rated glazed door leading to the level rear garden area.

    To the ground floor rear of the property features a fabulous custom-built kitchen dining room with exposed period brick and flint feature wall. Newly fitted triple "A" rated glazed windows. Large antique limestone flagstone flooring. Beautiful fitted kitchen area with "soft close" units fitted with brushed steel half-moon handles. Option of choice for "white goods" including, full height integrated fridge freezer, integral dishwasher, fitted oven, hob and extractor hood. Kitchen work surfaces will comprise of solid marble/stone work surfaces.

    Ground floor cloakroom with limestone flagstone flooring, feature glass brickwork window, fitted WC and sink. Hall area with limestone flag stone flooring with newly fitted triple "A" rated glazed window and door to level rear garden.

    Ascending the restored Victorian staircase with a central runner and polished period mahogany balustrade, you arrive at the large family bathroom. This newly installed bathroom includes a luxurious roll-top bath with freestanding taps and hand shower set, as well as a walk-in wet room shower with beautiful natural-stone porcelain wall and floor tiles. Feature exposed brick fireplace and newly fitted triple "A" rated glazed window. Cupboard housing newly installed combination gas boiler.

    On the main first floor area are two large and very spacious double bedrooms with luxury deep pile carpeting and sleek directional spotlighting. Newly fitted "old school style" ceramic radiators. Newly fitted triple "A" rated glazed windows to both and main master bedroom features a southerly aspect and has original period cupboard. Master bedroom also features custom-fitted plantation style white wooden blinds.

    The landing provides direct access to a fully boarded loft. The loft is suitable for conversion under permitted development. This would create an additional huge double bedroom/large living space. Architectural drawings and building regulation specifications are provided, and our affiliate construction company can (if required) assist with pricing for conversion. The house offers ample space as is in excess of 1,000 sqft without loft area.

    The garden has the benefit of being level to the house and is stocked with mature shrubbery including ancient bay tree. The patio area is fitted with integrated outdoor lighting and an outdoor plug socket.

    Located in one of the most vibrant locations that Brighton City centre has to offer, moments from Preston Circus with a huge array of shops bars and restaurants. 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 and The World’s End, all close by, to name but a few! 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: B
    Tenure: Freehold
    Reference: RS1206

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