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Offers in Excess of £588,000

4 Bedroom End of Terrace House for Sale

Park Crescent Terrace, Brighton

Offers in Excess of £588,000

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***OFFERS IN EXCESS OF ?588,000***


Bay windows, wood floors and high ceilings combine with contemporary interior design features to provide a brilliant example of modern family life in a period property.

Conveniently situated in the heart of Brighton in a peaceful yet central location, this impressive three storey home is within easy reach of the city centre, seafront and mainline train station, in an incredibly sought after area.


In More Detail - Crisp white walls, wood floors and a wealth of natural light create a beautiful backdrop to the easy flowing layout of this Brighton home, highlighting its lovely sense of space.

Ground Floor - Beautifully lit by wide sash bay windows, a classic fireplace with its wood burner and rustic timber mantelpiece creates a traditional focal point in the spacious living room. Offering a fantastic amount of space to relax as family or entertain, its generous proportions create a highly versatile feel.

Offering an open plan layout, the white walls flow through an archway and into the large kitchen/dining room with its polished concrete floor. The real heart of this family sized home, this stylish space adds an instant wow factor that's hard to ignore. Complementing the main reception room with its stripped wood shelves and doorways, a large dining area benefits from a modern Velux window, while tasteful bi-fold doors open onto a highly private courtyard patio.

Engendering an easy flowing feel, this contemporary space features a fully fitted kitchen where a wealth of sleek white cabinets and polished concrete countertops provide plenty of storage and work space. Well-appointed with a butler sink and an array of integrated appliances, a further set of bi-fold doors open again onto the patio perfectly extending this sociable space still further.

A WC completes the ground floor.

Upstairs - Sitting on the first and second floors, four generously sized bedrooms offer ideal family accommodation and plenty of dual space potential.

A heritage blue chimney breast lends a classic splash of colour to the master bedroom with its traditional picture rail and tall sash bay windows. Its chimney breast alcoves add to the floor space, while the flow of natural light adds a calm and peaceful feel.

Equally well-presented, the white walls, cornicing and soft neutral carpet continue in the adjacent double bedroom, while a third bedroom lends a contemporary twist with its large Velux window and bi-fold doors opening onto a decked terrace.

Stretched out over the top floor, natural light tumbles into an additional double bedroom and bounces off the white floorboards and walls. Benefiting from plenty of height and space; fitted wardrobes offer ample storage.

Arranged in a refined marble tile setting, the dual aspect family bathroom offers a touch of luxury with its roll top bath, wall-hung basin and stainless steel towel radiator. Its separate walk-in shower is the perfect addition for today's busy lifestyles.

Outside - The bi-fold doors of the dining room area and kitchen open onto a walled courtyard patio creating an easy flowing extension of the ground floor and a highly private setting for relaxing with the weekend papers.

Steps lead up to the walled rear garden where a decked terrace offers ample space to entertain and soak up the sun, while an established lawn creates space for children to play.

A large timber shed provides convenient additional storage for your garden furniture.

In The Local Area - Offering a central yet peaceful location, Park Crescent Terrace is perfectly placed to enjoy all that Brighton has to offer.

The green open spaces of The Level with its elm trees and skate park are only moments from your door, while the city centre and seafront are both within easy walking distance.

When it comes to shops, bars and restaurants there's no shortage of choice, as London Road, Lewes Road, the Lanes and Brighton's Open Market are all close at hand, while nearer to home Baker Street offers a popular selection of independent cafes and shops.

Local schools include Wise Owls Nursery School, Kings Brighton, Fairlight Primary School, St Lukes Primary School, Greater Brighton Metropolitan College, Brighton University's Grand Parade campus, and St Martin's C of E School. Downs Infant and Junior schools are both rated as Outstanding by Ofsted, while Elm Grove Primary School is rated as Good.

Regular bus services travel across the city and up to Devil's Dyke, while Brighton mainline train station is approximately three quarters of a mile away providing convenient commuter routes to London and Gatwick. Lewes Road offers easy access to Brighton University and the Amex Stadium, while London Road leads up to the A27.

Situated in Parking Zone J, this house is in Council Tax band D which was charged at ?1,805.98 for 2018/19.

We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings.

Room sizes are approximate.

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