Offers Over £825,000
Waldegrave Road, Brighton
    4 bedroom terraced house for sale


    • Chain-Free
    • Family Home
    • Highly Sought After Location
    • Period Features with Contemporary Touches
    Guide Price: £825,000 - £850,000

    A wonderful opportunity to buy this fabulous family home in tree-lined Waldegrave Road. On the market with Knight & Knoxley - four bedrooms, living room, separate dining room, superb kitchen/breakfast room with bifold doors to good-sized garden. No onward chain.

    Do not miss the chance to buy this wonderful family home on Waldegrave Road, in the Preston Park area of Brighton. This is a handsome Victorian property, with bay windows and an arched storm porch over the front door. The house is set back from the road behind a raised front garden in a terrace of other well-presented houses on this tree-lined road. This is a house that will be a joy to come home to. Step inside and you find yourself in a porch with space for coats and boots before reaching the main hallway with stairs rising to the first floor. To your left is a well-proportioned living room with high ceilings and ornate coving. The bay window to the front retains its sash windows and there is a fireplace with cast iron insert. The dining room is separate, with an outlook down the side of the house towards the garden and underfloor heating. This room has oak-engineered floors, a fireplace surround and fitted cabinets to one side of the chimney recess. At the back of the house is a magnificent kitchen/breakfast room, nearly 7 metres in length with bifold doors onto the garden. This room also boasts underfloor heating and has plenty of space for a substantial dining table and possibly some occasional chairs by the bi-fold doors. The kitchen has been beautifully designed in a contemporary style with sleek units in an earthy neutral, with an ice-blue glass splashback. The gas hob has five burners and the oven and integrated microwave have elegant, mirrored doors. There is an integrated fridge freezer and space for a dishwasher, a washing machine, and a separate dryer. The solid wood flooring in the hall and dining room continues through here, providing continuity to the space. Finally, on the ground floor, there is a downstairs WC. Outside the garden is arranged over two levels. At the rear of the garden, a brick patio has been built where you can make the most of the afternoon sun.

    Upstairs on the first floor, there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. The main bedroom runs across the full width of the house and has both a three-sash bay and a further single-sash window. The other two bedrooms on this floor are also doubles, both with outlooks over the garden. The fourth bedroom is in the loft conversion and is flooded with light from three skylights. There is invaluable storage space into the eaves on both sides of the room.

    This area is extremely popular with families, who are drawn here by the strong community, the parks and the great schools. Balfour and Downs schools, for primary-age children, are among the most popular in the city and Varndean and Dorothy Stringer, two of Brighton’s most sought-after secondary schools, are also close by. On Preston Drove there are many local amenities and the Park View pub. At Fiveways, you can find a co-op supermarket, Preloved of Brighton (a wonderful pre-loved clothes shop), Wigwam Toys, Tilt Café, The Flour Pot Bakery, Living gift shop, a greengrocer, a post office, the list goes on; pretty much everything you could ask for from a local community shopping street. Preston Park has a children’s playground, as well as open spaces, cafés, a velodrome and tennis courts. Preston Park station is a fifteen-minute walk, from where there are direct services to London Victoria and London Bridge, Blackfriars, St Pancras, Luton and Bedford. London Road station is within walking distance and is useful for connections to Lewes and east along the coast. Bus routes to the city centre run frequently. There is also easy access by car to the A23 and A27 for routes out of Brighton.

    Council Tax Band: E
    Tenure: Freehold
    Reference: RS1207

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