- An Attractive Bay Fronted Period House
- Retaining Several Period Features
- Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Separate Utility
- Good Sized Lounge & Three Double Bedrooms
- Westerly Patio & Roof Terrace
- Modern Bathroom Suite & Separate WC
- Tree Lined Views Towards The Sea
- Scope For Updating And Decoration
***Guide Price £550,000-£575,000*** The property is a beautiful three storey, mid-terraced, three bedroom house, situated in an elevated position in the heart of Brighton City Centre, close to St Nicholas Church. The accommodation is spacious, versatile and is currently arranged as a lounge, a fitted kitchen / dining room, a utility room, three double bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC. The property retains several period features including fireplaces, cornicing rose and ceiling. There is a small rear patio garden and a good sized second floor terrace and rooftop views towards the sea and across St Nicholas Gardens from the rear of the house.
A beautiful bay fronted three storey, mid-terraced period home situated in the centre of Brighton in an elevated position just off Dyke Road, close to St Nicholas's church and a short walk to Churchill Square. The property is presented in good order throughout but offers the scope for some updating and re-decoration. Comprising a spacious entrance hall on the ground floor retaining all its period charm, sitting room with open fire place, sash bay window and original ceiling mouldings. The kitchen is fitted with quality oak panelled shaker style units, a westerly view over the patio garden and a separate utility room. To the upper floors you have three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate WC. There is a split level rear patio garden and a westerly aspect first floor terrace. The property benefits from having rooftop and distant sea views from the upper floors and views across St Nicholas Gardens from the rear of the house.Location:
St Nicholas Road is situated in the West Hill conservation area, within walking distance of Brighton Mainline Railway Station (0.4 mile), the seafront/beach (0.7 mile) and local shops at nearby Seven Dials. The diverse North Laine conservation area, Churchill Square Shopping Centre, the theatres, many restaurants & cafes, the historic lanes and bus services are all within easy reach. The house is ideally positioned for St Paul's C of E School & Nursery along with several other schools including Brighton & Hove High, Saint Mary Magdalen's Primary, Middle Street Primary, and Brighton, Hove & Sussex IV Form College (BHASVIC).
Panel door with over light panel to hall with original coving and period detail. Single radiator dodo rail, original staircase with mahogany turned handrail and balustrade, under stair storage area.
4.115m x 3.65m (13' 6" x 12')
Stripped panel door lead you through to the well proportioned front room with sash bay window, original feature ceiling coving and ornate central rose open fire place with coal effect gas fire, tiled hearth and ornate oak and inlay fire surround with mantle. Built-in book cases with storage below, picture rail, double radiator and light dimmer switch.
3.063m x 3.397m (10' x 11' 2")
Original stripped panel door leads through to a bright westerly aspect room with picture sliding aluminium window to patio garden. A range of solid oak and panel shaker units with marble effect roll edge work surface, inset 1 ½ sink drainer with mixer tap. There is under counter space for a fridge and separate freezer, space for a gas oven and integrated Panasonic combination oven. There is a single radiator, tiled splash back and tiled floor.
2.247m x 2.066m (7' 5" x 6' 9")
Double-glazed window and multi paned door to patio garden with westerly and southerly aspect. Roll top work surface with inset single drainer with mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine and range of flat front coloured wood effect units with roll top work surfaces.
Half landing with double radiator and part glazed door.
White panel bath having period style mixer tap with shower attachment. Low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and sliding sash window with a southerly aspect over patio. Cupboard housing pre lagged hot water tank with emersion, part tiled walls with glass mosaic dodo feature tile. Dimplex electric wall heater.
Part glazed door to WC with casement single glazed window.
4.862m x 4.150m (15' 11" x 13' 7") into bay.
Timber framed sash bay window to front with views across Brighton. Feature fire place with gas effect fire and stone hearth and mantle over two built in panel cupboards with shelf storage. Original ceiling coving and double radiator.
3.484m x 3.070m (11' 5" x 10' 1")
Timber sliding sash window to patio with westerly aspect, feature fire place with surround and mantle, stripped floor boards and cupboard with panel door and hanging rail. Dimmer switch and double radiator.
Casement window giving access to roof terrace with westerly aspect and views over St Nicholas Gardens, landing having built-in storage cupboard.
5.45m x 2.704m (17' 11" x 8' 10")
Top floor L shaped room with a dual aspect having tilt turn window with tree top views across Brighton to South Downs and views to the rear of the house with westerly aspect over St Nicholas Gardens. Built-in window seat with under storage, stripped floor board and double radiator.
Outside you have two patio areas with lower patio area leading to steps up to first floor patio and a roof terrace off the second floor half-landing. The roof terrace having wrought iron hand rails and views over St Nicholas Gardens.