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4 bedroom House for sale

Brading Road, Brighton, BN2 3PE

2 Reception Room 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom

Key Features

Terraced family house | Four/five bedrooms | Two reception rooms | Kitchen/breakfast room | Family bathroom | Wet room | Westerly rear garden | Cellar | Close to good schools | 1.2 miles from Brighton Station

Full Details

Brading Road, in the heart of the popular Elm Grove area of Brighton, is an attractive street of terraced houses. At its southern end, the road meets Elm Grove, where there are local cafés and shops, including The Flour Pot Bakery which sells fantastic bread, as well as serving delicious coffee and pastries. Just a little further down the hill, is Hilly Laine, an independent health food corner shop. This is also a good place to pick up a bus into town, although you could easily walk from here too, as the North Laine is only twenty minutes away. Brighton Station is also within walking distance. Families who want to be near schools are spoilt for choice. Fairlight and Elm Grove Primary schools are a short walk away and the house is in the catchment area for Dorothy Stringer and Varndean secondary schools. There are also great parks; Queen’s Park has a playground and a café, and The Level has a playground and a skate park.

This family home is arranged over four floors and is currently laid out with four bedrooms, two living rooms, and a kitchen/breakfast room but it could equally well be presented as a five-bedroom house. From the road, this property is an attractive red-brick terraced house, with a pretty brick arch over the porch, wrought iron railings, and steps down to an alternative entrance, off the patio area, on the lower ground floor. It is considerably larger inside than it appears from the street, with the original house being arranged over three floors, and an additional large bedroom now situated in a loft conversion. On the lower ground floor, there is a fantastic kitchen/breakfast room with two separate seating areas and a door to the garden which is a good size and has a patio area closest to the house. Moving from the kitchen to the front of the house, there is a living room arranged around a fireplace with wooden floors and a bay window. There is also a wet room with an electric shower and a WC on this floor.

The front room on the raised ground floor is currently arranged as a second living room but could equally be a fifth bedroom. Also on this floor is another double bedroom with views over the garden, and a family bathroom designed in a contemporary style with grey metro tiles and a vanity unit housing a modern, white handbasin; there is a thermostatic shower with both a fixed and a hand-held shower head over the bath. Two further double bedrooms are on the first floor and the final bedroom is a large room in the loft conversion on the top floor.

What the owner says:

“We have loved living in our house for the last 13 years and watch our family growing up here. When we bought it, the house needed a huge amount of work and it’s now unrecognisable from when we first fell in love with it. It’s an extremely versatile house and we have had rooms for multiple purposes over the years. For example, one was our living room, then playroom/music room, then bedroom and now part-time bedroom /second living room! As it’s on four floors you never feel on top of each other which is great with teenagers (and when their friends are around!) The garden is a sun trap and is a perfect social space for alfresco dining and also as a play area for younger kids. The front patio is lovely to sit out for a coffee in the mornings. The house has a cellar which we use for storage -camping/Xmas decorations etc but could be converted for an extra floor. The neighbourhood is very friendly and we have had many social occasions with neighbours over the years and made some really lovely friends. The awesome Elm Grove primary school is around the corner and it’s also in the catchment for Dorothy Stringer and Varndean. The recently refurbished pub, The Hartington with its huge beer garden is less than a minute's walk away and you also have all the choice of pubs in Hanover. Not forgetting the fab coffee and cakes at the Flour Pot bakery. It’s a great location to get everywhere in Brighton by foot and you feel very central at the same time as not living in a busy or hectic area. We hope whoever buys it loves it as much as we have.”

In The Know…

Area: Elm Grove
Council Tax: Band C
EPC Rating: C69
Floor Area: 129.7sqm (approx.)
Station: Brighton (1.2 miles)
Bus Stop: Elm Grove (200m)
Parking: Permit Zone S
Primary School: Elm Grove
Secondary School: Dorothy Stringer, Varndean
Local shop: SS Food & Wine
Supermarket: Sainsbury’s, Lewes Road
Local Gems: The Hartington, The Flour Pot, The Patch, Pelicano Coffee Co

*As provided by the vendor. All details should be checked and confirmed by your conveyancer.


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