Toronto Terrace, Brighton
3 bedroom Terraced House for sale: Toronto Terrace, Brighton
- Extended Terraced House
- 2/3 Double Bedrooms
- 3 Storeys
- Converted Attic Room
- Stylish Contemporary Interior
- Large Living/Dining Room
- Separate Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Landscaped Garden
- Parquet Floor
- Bay Windows
STYLISH AND SPACIOUS 2/3 BEDROOM TERRACED HOUSE WITH ATTIC ROOM AND LANDSCAPE GARDEN Situated in a highly sought after Queens Park conservation area, this spacious house is conveniently located within easy reach of the city centre, Brighton mainline train station and the green open spaces of Queens Park. Behind the classic bay facade a beautifully presented home offers a large living room, separate modern kitchen and two/three double bedrooms, creating a stunning example of contemporary living in a period property. From the parquet flooring to the refined grey and white colour scheme, every aspect of this home is finished to a high standard with a fantastic attention to detail, while a stylish converted attic room offers additional versatile space, currently used as the third bedroom. No Onward Chain. EPC rating D.
IN MORE DETAIL -
Arranged over three floors, the easy flowing layout of this stylish terraced house combines with generously proportioned rooms and a wealth of natural light to create a highly sociable and relaxing feel.
Beautifully lit by a square bay window, crisp white walls and the warm tones of a parquet floor stretch out across the spacious living room allowing plenty of natural light to bounce around the room. A highly stylish space, a rich dark chimney breast adds a sultry focal point against a feature grey wall, while the ample floor space offers plenty of room for a dining table.
Adding to the feeling of light and space, the large separate kitchen/breakfast room is fully fitted with a wealth of silver cabinets and solid wood countertops. A convenient breakfast bar sits beneath a tall Velux while a stable-style door opens onto the rear garden, and tiled splashbacks add a dash of colour to this contemporary space.
Upstairs, the soft grey carpet of the hallway flows into each of the two equally well-presented and proportioned double bedrooms, adding to the consistent clean line design scheme.
On the first floor, natural light tumbles into the large master bedroom from a charming bay window creating a calm and peaceful feel and its generous proportions means that there's plenty of room for freestanding furniture.
A feature monochrome patterned wall adds an eye-catching feature to the adjacent double bedroom where fitted mirrored wardrobes provide an impressive amount of storage, creating plenty of versatility to be used as a large walk-in dressing room.
Slate tiles add a luxurious feel to the family wet room/bathroom, beautifully bordering a contemporary walk-in shower with its rain shower head and illuminated glass blocks. A wide moulded basin complements the crisp white metro tiled splashbacks and underfloor heating lends a spa-like feel, while sunshine yellow walls add a colourful finishing touch.
Sitting on the top floor of this stylish home, a converted attic room offers a peaceful retreat from the hubbub of daily life, looking out across the rooftops of Brighton from its wide Velux windows. Currently configured as a third bedroom and benefiting from plenty of height and space, there's also a wealth of discreet storage to be found within its expansive eaves cupboards.
Bordered by pebble beds full of established shrubs and plants that add colour and interest throughout the year, the idyllic paved rear garden provides a peaceful and elegant enclosed outdoor space to relax in.
Ideal for entertaining and reading the weekend papers, an original bungaroosh wall adds to the feeling of privacy while a timber shed provides plenty of additional storage.
IN THE LOCAL AREA -
Perfectly located for the green open spaces of Queens Park and the wealth of independent shops and cafes of Queens Park Road, Southover Street and Elm Grove, this two bedroom home offers easy access to centre of Brighton and the hubbub of Kemp Town.
Local schools include the popular Tarnerland Nursery School, St. Luke's Primary (currently rated Outstanding by Ofsted), Queens Park Primary and Carlton Hill Primary.
A leisurely stroll along Freshfield Road takes you directly to the beach and seafront, and Brighton's famous Lanes are all within easy walking distance.
Brighton train station with its convenient mainline commuter links is approximately just over half a mile away, and plenty of bus services travel across the city and up to the South Downs.
While you're out and about, Brighton & Hove City Council and BT have joined forces to make free Wi-Fi available from their network of 40 hotspots at a range of locations across the city centre. This section of Toronto Terrace benefits from Superfast Broadband access with speeds at the moment up to 200Mbps, ideal for those who work from home.
Situated in Parking Zone V, this spacious Brighton home is currently in Council Tax band C which was charged at £1,514.50 for 2017/18.
We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings.
Room sizes are approximate.
St George's Road, Brighton
Tel: 01273 685111