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Positioned in one of Brighton’s most desirable locations (Round Hill Conservation Area) and moments from the city centre this exceptional period home offers versatile living accommodation over two floors with landscaped south-west facing garden that acts as a sun-trap throughout the day.
This beautiful terraced period house is ideal for those who want to be part of this residential enclave which has a community friendly feel to the area. The property has been meticulously refurbished by the current owners mixing contemporary and period finishes throughout.
Spacious entrance hallway leads to the large dual aspect reception/dining room with exposed brick feature fireplace, wood burning stove and stripped wooden floors. The room also has bay window to the front and period decorative mouldings. Through the hallway is a beautiful well-fitted kitchen with oak worktops. The kitchen leads to the rear of the house overlooking the landscaped garden. Level access from kitchen room to suntrap garden which benefits from an elevated position with far reaching views, perfect for those long summer days.
Upstairs, the newly refurbished boutique style bathroom comprises of both a shower and standalone bath. The master bedroom at the front of the house has a built-in cupboard and space for a large wardrobe whilst remaining a generous size with original Victorian fireplace. Second double bedroom also has a fitted wardrobe and open fireplace.
The property also has planning permission to extend into loft space. Perfect should you wish to add a third bedroom, adding value to the property.
The property is centrally located and conveniently placed for the recently redeveloped Open Market and London Road/Preston Circus area which offer numerous restaurants and a vibrant foodie scene. Roundhill conservation has its own resident’s society and is a highly popular residential area. The famous Brighton Laines and beach are within walking distance. Artist open houses run through the spring months along with summer fairs and street parties in Blaker's park/Preston park and surrounding streets. Fantastic local schools with excellent OFSTED ratings (Downs Juniors & Infants moments away). Looking for an evening out? The Duke Of York’s Picture house is one of the best in the UK along with great local pubs serving good food (try The Hare & Hounds, Joker, Open House, Signal Man, Park View, Preston Park Tavern & Jolly Poacher). Good local shops and the open spaces of the Level within a short stroll away. Brighton mainline station is close with a direct link to Victoria, St Pancras & London Bridge accessible in less than one hour, perfect for commuters. Further good transport links directly to London from London Road station close by.