Queens Park Road, Brighton
Guide Price £700,000
4 bedroom Terraced House for sale: Queens Park Road, Brighton
- 3 STOREY TERRACED HOUSE
- 3/4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- 2 RECEPTION ROOMS
- LOFT ROOM
- BEAUTIFUL PERIOD FEATURES
- LARGE KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
- EAST-FACING ROOF TERRACE
- LARGE IDYLLIC WALLED GARDEN
- FAR-REACHING VIEWS
- CONVENIENT FOR COMMUTERS
***GUIDE PRICE £700,000 - £750,000*** SUPERB AND SPACIOUS 3/4 BEDROOM HOUSE WITH LARGE IDYLLIC GARDEN AND ROOF TERRACE. ***View our Interactive 360 Degree Interactive Tour*** Situated in a highly sought after Queens Park area, this immensely 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 tastefully presented home seamlessly incorporates modern interior design themes alongside a wealth of original Victorian features. From the wood floors, sash windows and refined fireplaces to the large boarded loft room, every aspect of this home creates a stunning example of contemporary living in a period property.
IN MORE DETAIL
Arranged over three floors, a soft neutral colour scheme provides a subtle background to the elegant period features, allowing the original charm and character and charm of this home to shine through.
Beautifully lit by wide bay windows bordered by their wood shutters, a distinguished working fireplace creates a cosy and traditional focal point to the large family room. Elegant cornicing wraps around the high ceiling adding to the feeling of height and space, while a deep window seat offers a peaceful spot to admire the front patio garden.
Tastefully and sympathetically styled, the spacious kitchen/dining room offers a highly sociable feel. Solid wood countertops provide plenty of workspace, and traditional cup handles add a classic finishing touch to the wealth of cream cabinets. Nestled within the chimney breast a range cooker enhances the period feel, while modern French doors open onto to the decked patio of the idyllic rear garden.
A well-proportioned utility room offers discreet space for laundry appliances, and a WC completes this easy flowing layout.
Echoing the generous proportions and period detailing of the family room, the main reception room offers a fantastic space to relax and entertain. The tiled inserts of the refined fireplace offer a splash of colour against the soft neutral colour scheme and the rich tones of the wood floor, combining with the graceful Victorian cornicing to remind you of the original charm and history of this home. Glass shelving sits within the wide chimney breast alcoves, while the clean lines of cleverly designed cabinets offer plenty of storage without encroaching on the aesthetics of the room.
The wood floor flows into the adjacent double bedroom that benefits from recessed fitted wardrobes, its own fireplace and a picture perfect sash window.
Arranged in an eye-catching navy blue mosaic tile setting, the large family bathroom features a modern bath with overhead shower and an enviable amount of storage.
Natural light tumbles into the spacious master bedroom from its wide bay sash windows with their shutters. Window seat storage stretches out beneath them offering the ideal spot to sit and watch the world go by, while a magnificent fireplace adds a touch of luxury.
Offering far-reaching views across the treetops, a third double bedroom is equally well-presented, featuring its own period detailing, recessed wardrobe and cabinets.
Adding to the hugely versatile arrangement, a large boarded loft room offers a wealth of possibilities. Its duo of Velux windows look out over the city while eaves cupboards provide additional storage.
Accessed from the first floor, the east-facing roof terrace provides a peaceful spot to retreat to at the end of the day and soak up the greenery of the panoramic views.
Ideal for relaxing in the sun with the weekend papers or entertaining friends and family, the decked patio and idyllic walled garden offer a classic English country garden feel. Raised beds of lovingly planted shrubs and plants provide plenty of colour and interest throughout the seasons, while the timber path and pebble ground add to the rustic feel.
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 three storey 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), Queen's 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.
Situated in Parking Zone C, this spacious Brighton home is currently in Council Tax band D which was charged at £1,805.98 for 2018/19.
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