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Features

  • FOUR GENEROUSLY-SIZED BEDROOMS
  • VICTORIAN SEMI-DETACHED VILLA
  • SUBSTANTIAL WRAP AROUND GARDEN
  • SPACIOUS CELLAR & LOFT ROOM
  • ASSORTMENT OF PERIOD FEATURES THROUGHOUT
  • VACANT POSSESSION
  • IN NEED OF MODERNISATION WORKS
  • SHORT DISTANCE FROM BRIGHTON STATION, THE NORTH LAINES AND OLD STIENE
  • EASY ACCESS TO THE SEAFRONT
  • GOOD CHOICE OF LOCAL PRIMARY, SECONDARY & PRIVATE SCHOOLS

Nearest Stations

  • London Road Brighton - Ditchling Rise - 0.1 miles
  • London Road (Brighton) Rail Station - 0.2 miles
  • Brighton Rail Station - 0.5 miles
  • Moulsecoomb Rail Station - 1.0 miles
  • Preston Park - London Road - 1.1 miles

*** GUIDE PRICE £850,000 - £900,000 *** Perfectly situated in Brighton, a short distance from the famous North Laines, several good local schools and Brighton Station; a substantial FOUR BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED VICTORIAN VILLA benefitting from a GOOD-SIZED FRONT AND REAR GARDENS and a CELLAR With its distinctive Victorian frontage and canopy topped bay windows, this property on Ditchling Road measures just shy of 2,000 sqft/184.4sqm and dates back to the early 19th century. All rooms are generously proportioned with high ceilings and large windows for optimal natural light while original features of architraves, decorative ceiling cornices and period fireplaces relay this home's historic past. A highly versatile accommodation, the property has the scope to be modified to suit any future resident's needs. Set over four floors, this imposing semi-detached townhouse is briefly comprised of four large bedrooms including a loft room, a reception room, a dining room, a separate kitchen and utility room. There is a bathroom and separate cloakroom situated on the first floor and an additional w/c on ground level. Set slightly back from the road the property has a private wrap around garden. This property would benefit from significant modernisation works throughout to create an amazing bespoke family home. With such a superb location in the historic Roundhill Conservation Area; this home offers all the excitement of city living whilst slightly set apart from the hustle and bustle of a busy town centre. Originally known as Brunswick Place North and established in 1770 as a turnpike road to the pretty village of Linfield, Ditchling Road is one of the highest in Brighton with extensive views to both the east and west. Brighton's famous North Laine with its wealth of independent shops, bars and restaurants is within walking distance, while the historic Open Market first opened its doors in 1926 and is now home to a huge amount local producers of fresh and ethical products as well as antiques, haberdashery and art. Brighton Train Station and London Road Train Station are both under half a mile away and provide convenient mainline links for commuters. Regular bus services travel into the centre of Brighton and Hove. Local schools include Downs Infant School (rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted), St Bartholomew's C of E Primary School, City College Brighton and Hove, Bellerbys College Brighton, Fairlight Primary School, Varndean School and Varndean College. The ever popular and independent Brighton College is easily accessible.

Property Ref: HOV230451

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