St Nicholas Road
A versatile three/four bedroom period terraced house set within the beautiful West Hill Conservation area of central Brighton, just a short walk from Brighton Mainline Railway Station (0.3 mile).
- Three / Four Bedroom Period Terraced House
- Prestigious West Hill Conservation Area
- Brighton Mainline Railway Station (0.3 mile)
- Versatile Accommodation Arranged Over Four Storeys
- Dual Aspect Living Room With Bay Window
- Spacious Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
- Courtyard Garden & West Facing Sun Terrace
- Far Reaching Cityscape & Sea Views
- Vendor Suited
- Total Floor Area 153m ²/1646 ft²
An attractive three/four bedroom period terraced house arranged over four storeys set within the prestigious West Hill Conservation Area of central Brighton. This family home offers versatile living, comprising an entrance hall leading to a charming dual aspect open plan living room with a bay sash window and feature fireplace. French doors open on to the westerly aspect raised terrace. Stairs lead down to a generously sized dual aspect kitchen /diner with high gloss units with solid wood working surfaces over, a range cooker with six ring gas hob, stainless steel sink, L-shaped island unit with storage, space for a fridge/freezer, washing machine and a dining table. Leading from the kitchen is a guest/fourth bedroom providing access to the secluded courtyard garden. On the first floor there are two good sized double bedrooms with the front bedroom having a bay window which enjoys beautiful elevated views of Brighton’s cityscape and rooftop sea views. Stairs rise to the second floor with a master bedroom and an en suite bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. Steps from the landing provide access through a skylight to a private westerly facing sun terrace.
Providing stair access across the four storeys.
Open Plan Living Room
Dual aspect with feature bay sash window incorporating boxed storage seating, fireplace, period ceiling coving and picture rail, built in shelving and cupboards, radiator and French doors leading to a raised patio.
Southerly aspect with a shower cubicle, vanity unit with washbasin and storage cupboards, WC, fitted mirror, heated towel rail, part tiled walls, floor tiles and access to roof storage.
Lower Ground Floor
Spacious family / entertainment space with a dual aspect, modern high gloss fitted kitchen with wood worksurfaces, undermounted twin bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, freestanding range cooker with six ring gas hob with hot plate, L shaped centre island incorporating a breakfast bar and base cupboards, space for a fridge / freezer, utility counter with space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, ample space for a dining table, fitted shelving and cupboards with under stairs storage, ceiling downlighting and slate flooring, door leading to:
Guest Room/Bedroom Four
Positioned from the kitchen this additional room can be multi functional and has a southerly aspect window and patio door to the secluded courtyard.
Bay front sash window enjoying rooftop cityscape views towards the sea, radiator, period coving and picture rail.
Double bedroom, westerly aspect sash window and radiator.
A spacious double bedroom with sash windows enjoying cityscape and sea views, fitted wardrobes, radiator, ceiling downlighting and part restricted headroom, door to:
En Suite Bathroom
White bathroom suite, fully tiled with an oval bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, shower cubicle with glass door, wall hung wash basin with mixer tap and wall mounted mirror, WC, tiled floor and part tiled walls and westerly aspect sash window.
Leading from the living room is an L shaped decked veranda with stainless steel balustrade leading to a walled patio with a westerly aspect.
Patio, accessed from the kitchen / guest room with outside storage.
Leading from the master bedroom and second floor landing, wooden steps lead through an opening skylight to the roof terrace with a wooden balustrade.
Located within the beautiful West Hill Conservation Area, the attractive period houses of St Nicholas Road are located within a short distance of St Nicholas Church Gardens (0.1 mile) with its beautiful gardens, church and children's playground. Ideally situated just a short walk from central Brighton, the city centre offers an exciting array of attractions and entertainments including the eclectic and trendy boutiques, cafés and restaurants within the North Laine, Churchill Square Shopping Centre (0.3 mile) and the seafront/promenade (0.5 mile). Following Dyke Road towards nearby Seven Dials there is a variety of pleasant boutique shops, eateries and drinking establishments leading towards Hove. Local amenities include a Marks & Spencers (0.3 mile) and a Waitrose on Western Road (0.5 mile). Local schools include St Paul's C of E Primary School & Nursery School (0.1 mile) , St Mary Magdalen Catholic Primary School (0.3 mile) and Middle Street Primary School (0.3 mile). Good transport links are available; Brighton Station is approximately 0.3 miles away, the A23 & A27 road networks are easily accessible and a variety of local bus services provide transport to Brighton, Hove and further afield.