A rare opportunity to purchase a substantial four bedroom end of terrace house boasting a larger than average west facing garden with a detached Annexe/office. The property has two street entrances and is considered ideal for home & business.
- A Deceptively Spacious End Of Terrace House
- With A Detached Garden Annexe/Office
- Ideal Home & Business Having Two Street Entrances
- Four First Floor Bedrooms Including Master With En Suite
- Two/Three Reception Rooms
- Charming Bay Fronted Living Room With Fireplace
- L-Shaped West Facing Landscaped Garden
- Fitted Kitchen Opening To Dining Room/Conservatory
- Suitable For Extension/Loft Conversion (STNC)
- Total Floor Area 172m²/1851ft²
A unique end of terrace family home located on a popular road in the Fiveways area of central Brighton. Part of the ground floor was previously a nursery and this charming period property extends to 1851ft² of truly versatile accommodation.
As you enter the property on the ground floor there is an appealing entrance hall complemented by period features including ceiling cornicing and stripped wooden floorboards. The generously proportioned living room has a feature sash bay window and fireplace. There is also a further reception room. A fitted kitchen offers ample storage space and opens onto a bright conservatory, which is presently used as a dining room. Stairs rise to the first floor with a landing, built in storage cupboards, four bedrooms, a family bathroom with a white suite and a separate WC. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room and a fitted wardrobe range, whilst bedroom two is also generous, south facing with a feature bay window. One of the property’s unique features is a second street entrance which is wide, opens to a lean to extension and could be used as a third reception or for a home business.
Enjoying sun from the west, the good sized garden is L-shaped larger than average, is beautifully landscaped with mature trees & shrub borders, a paved terrace, a lawned area and a Polytunnel. In the garden can be found a detached double glazed annex with power, lighting and a WC, lending itself to a variety of uses, including a home office, music studio, gym or summerhouse. The annexe can be accessed via the second street entrance and therefore could be self contained (STNC). The property benefits from having several period features, high ceilings and is ideal for extension and loft conversion (STNC).
Stripped wooden floorboards, period style cornicing, radiator and pendant lighting. Stairs with under stair storage.
Southerly aspect room with a sash bay window, a featured gas fireplace, stripped wooden floorboards, ceiling cornicing, radiator and pendant lighting.
Reception Two/Bedroom Five
Internal window, linoleum flooring.
Reception Three/Separate Entrance
Separate street entrance, linoleum flooring, and wall mounted electric heaters. The room leads to a lean to extension with polycarbonate roof and a door to the back garden. There is also a kitchenette and two separate WCs.
Wall and base units with wooden doors and drawer fronts, rolltop worksurfaces, five ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor over, integrated appliances including microwave and oven, freestanding fridge and freezer, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, white tile splashbacks, storage space and an opening leading to:
Westerly aspect glazed roof conservatory, radiator, downlighters, stone effect laminate with under floor heating and bi-fold doors to the rear garden.
Storage space, hatch to loft, high level window, radiator and pendant lighting.
Sash window overlooking the rear garden, radiator and pendant lighting.
White suite including a bath with stainless steel mixer tap, shower over, upstanding sink with stainless steel mixer tap, extractor, fully tiled walls and laminate flooring, LED downlighting.
Low level WC, boiler and obscured window.
Sash window overlooking the rear garden, a range of built in wardrobes, two radiators, pendant lighting and neutral carpet.
Shower cubicle, upstanding sink with mixer tap, mirrored wall mounted unit, low level WC, part tiled walls.
South facing room with sash bay window, cornicing, ceiling mouldings, two radiators, pendant lighting and neutral carpet.
South facing room with sash window, radiator, pendant lighting and neutral carpet.
Steps from conservatory lead to west facing L-shaped garden, landscaped with mature tree & shrub borders, a paved terrace, a lawned area and a Polytunnel.
Double glazed, power, light, separate WC.
Grantham Road is situated within the highly sought after ‘Golden Triangle’ area of Fiveways in Brighton. The local area is characterised by beautiful open green spaces including Blaker’s Park (0.6 mile). The park was once owned by the three times Mayor of Brighton Sir John George Blaker before he gifted the land to the public in 1894, and features a charming nineteenth century clock tower, a bluebell wood and children’s playground. Preston Park (0.6 mile), Brighton’s largest urban park, is a short distance away and has been awarded a Green Flag Award for its well-managed grounds and facilities which include several football pitches, tennis courts and walled rose gardens. Local entertainments include the acclaimed Duke of York's Picture House, constructed in 1910, alongside a trendy variety of restaurants, public houses, The Flour Pot Bakery and many local amenities within Fiveways.
The property is conveniently within walking distance of London Road Railway Station (0.3 miles). The house is ideally positioned for Downs Junior & Infant Schools along with several other schools including; Varndean High (0.8 mile), Balfour Primary School (0.7 mile), and Dorothy Stringer (1.0 mile) as well as Brighton and Sussex universities. There are excellent road links to the A23/A27/A270 and bus services towards Brighton city centre & the seafront/promenade.