Oakley are pleased to offer this versatile three bedroom terraced period home extending across four storeys and set in the heart of Brighton’s North Laine.
- A Versatile Four Storey Period House
- Two Reception Rooms
- Three Bedrooms
- Situated In the Heart of The North Laine Conservation Area
- Open Plan Kitchen/ Dining Room
- A Delightful East Facing Paved Garden
- Gas Central Heating
- Total Floor Area 109m²/1173ft²
This attractive period terraced house is arranged over four storeys and extends to approximately 109 m² / 1,173 ft² of versatile accommodation. On the lower ground floor is a dual aspect open plan kitchen/ dining room with a feature log burner and tiled flooring. The kitchen has a range of wall and base cupboards with contrasting stainless steel and hard wood work surfaces over, a butler style sink with mixer tap and space for appliances. On the ground floor the separate lounge (or fourth bedroom) has beautiful stripped wooden flooring, a west facing sash window and a traditional fireplace. To the upper floors there are three bedrooms, the master having a range of built in wardrobes and adjacent is a generous family bathroom. The property benefits from having a delightful east facing rear paved garden, gas central heating and on the ground floor there is a separate WC. The house has some scope for updating.
When entering the property, you have a porch with space for coats and shoes, carpet flooring and pendant lighting.
3.56m x 2.90m (11' 8" x 9' 6")
West facing room with period sash window, feature traditional fireplace, shelves within the alcoves, stripped wooden flooring, radiator and ceiling downlighting.
2.37m x 2.11m (7' 9" x 6' 11")
East facing room with sash window, stripped wooden flooring, shelves within the alcove, pendant lighting and radiator.
Stripped wooden flooring, wash hand basin, WC and internal window.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
3.31m x 2.78m (10' 10" x 9' 1")
A good-sized kitchen with a range of wall and base cupboards with contrasting stainless steel & hard wood worksurfaces over, butler style skink with mixer tap, space for appliances, stripped wooden floors, window overlooking the paved garden, gas boiler, tiled flooring and pendant lighting.
3.88m x 3.34m (12' 8" x 10' 11")
West facing room casement wooden window, feature wood burner, storage cupboard, tiled flooring, pendant lighting and radiator.
3.57m x 3.52m (11' 8" x 11' 6")
West facing room with sash window, a range of built in wardrobes, stripped wooden flooring, pendant lighting and radiator.
A modern white suite comprising a panelled bath with a mixer tap and hand shower attachment, wall mounted electric shower, pedestal wash hand wash basin, WC, bidet, part tiled walls, wood effect flooring, storage cupboard and sash window.
2.85m x 2.33m (9' 4" x 7' 7") (restricted height)
Two Velux windows overlooking the rooftops of the city, eves storage, neutral carpets and ceiling downlighting.
An east facing paved garden.
Queen's Gardens is situated in the heart of the vibrant North Laine Conservation Area of central Brighton and is ideally situated within walking distance of Brighton Mainline Railway Station (0.3 mile). The property’s location also affords convenient access to Brighton Seafront/Promenade (0.6 mile), the Theatre Royal and an exciting array of entertainments, boutiques and restaurants within the historic Lanes. Nearby schools include; Brighton & Hove High, Saint Mary Magdalen's Primary, Middle Street Primary, and Brighton, Hove & Sussex IV Form College (BHASVIC).