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Constructed in 1890 a magnificent and substantial period home moments from Blakers Park. This unique family home oozes character and retains period features throughout, mixing traditional tones with a contemporary twist. Exceptional throughout. This beautiful semi-detached family home has accommodation arranged over three floors and is packed with period detail and charm. On the first and second floors are four double bedrooms, one with shower shower room and a modern family bathroom. Downstairs there is the reception rooms, w.c. , kitchen diner and conservatory. The reception rooms are beautiful, they have solid wood flooring, period features and a wood burning stove. Large glass doors can be used to separate the two receptions. Out in to the hallway and under the stairs is the ground floor w.c.
The large kitchen has a quarry tiled floor, shaker units with a mix of wood and granite work surface. At the far end is space for a table and the doors to the conservatory which looks on to an attractive mature garden. To the side of the house is a glass house and side access to the road.
The house is located in the highly sought after Golden Triangle area moments from Blakers Park and in the catchment for numerous renowned schools with excellent Ofsted ratings. Brighton beach and the city centre are within easy walking distance. Artist open houses run through the spring months along with summer fairs and street parties in Blakers park and surrounding streets. 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 Preston Park Tavern, Open House, Signal Man, Park View & Jolly Poacher). Excellent local shops including Arkwrights delicatessen and Moes at The Circus serving the best coffee and scrumptious things. Good transport links to London from both Preston Park, London Road station and Brighton mainline stations close by.