Situated within the Valley Gardens Conservation area and hidden in the cosmopolitan Round Hill area of Brighton. Unique 2 bedroom character cottage, the central location means that the property is close to a wide range of local amenities, pubs, cinema and restaurants, as well as the recently rejuvenated Level park and the Open Market. Brighton main line and London Road stations are both within 0.5 miles of the home with direct links to Gatwick, London Victoria and London Bridge.
MOST ATTRACTIVE CHARACTER COTTAGE WITH UNUSUAL LARGE SOUTH FACING SECLUDED GARDEN
BRIGHTON BN1 4SF
Situated within the Valley Gardens Conservation area and hidden in the cosmopolitan Round Hill area of Brighton. Described by Joe Orton as a "Rum old house" the property is circa 1837 and is set well back from the road and is accessed via a discrete door set in the wall on Union Road. Via this door you enter a secluded south facing front garden which has been cleverly designed with mature trees running along the border to make this a private space ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining.
The house itself is set well back from the road and as you enter you are greeted by a spacious reception room with large windows that bathe the room in natural light and make it a lovely room to relax and dine in. The through lounge retains many of its original period features, which includes cast iron feature fireplace and original gas lights.
Next door is the fully equipped bespoke kitchen, with rarely retained Minton tiles, as well as a breakfast island with oak cabinets bringing a rustic cottage feel to the house. The kitchen also provides access to a bright private courtyard with raised beds currently used as an herb garden.
The ground floor also houses the bathroom which comprises of bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
The first floor can be accessed not just by the internal staircase but also from an external one in the front garden which leads onto a flat roof which may in turn (STNC) could be made into a south facing roof terrace.
The upstairs has two good size bright double bedrooms, both with generous built in wardrobes and cupboard space and each has access to useful loft storage.
Despite its seclusion, the central location means that the house is close to a wide range of local amenities, pubs, cinema and restaurants, as well as the recently rejuvenated Level park and the Open Market. Brighton main line and London Road stations are both within 0.5 miles of the home with direct links to Gatwick, London Victoria and London Bridge.
THROUGH LOUNGE: 21'9 to chimney breast x 10'4 (6.63m x 3.15m).
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM: 12'10 x 11'8 (3.91m x 3.56m).
MAIN BEDROOM: 11'7 x 10'4 (3.53m x 3.15m).
2ND BEDROOM: 10'7 x 10'3 (3.23m x 3.12m).
NB There are power points throughout the property
VIEWING By appointment with BARRIE ALDERTON telephone 01273 570242
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