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Dating from 1860 this exceptional semi-detached five-bedroom period house is located in the sought after Roundhill Conservation area and moments from the city centre. Grand proportions throughout offering over 2,000 square feet of versatile living accommodation spread over three floors.
Stunning throughout this beautiful property retains original period features throughout mixed with vintage fittings and decor.
You enter the property into spacious hallway with original mahogany staircase. To the left is front facing reception room with original wooden flooring and floor to ceiling French doors overlooking front lawns. Original ornate fireplace and ornate coving. Newly fitted shower room with metro deco tiling, walk-in shower with waterfall head, wash basin, spot lighting, fitted storage and WC. Under the stairs is useful utility area.
To the rear of the ground floor is a substantial kitchen/dining/reception. This fabulous room features fitted island, bi-fold doors, solid oak flooring and feature fireplace. Perfect for social events. Bi-fold doors lead to patio area, perfect for alfresco dining in the summer months. The garden is extensive with separate access via side entrance. The mature large rear garden stocked with apple trees benefits from sun throughout the day due to its' south easterly facing aspect.
Spacious first floor area consisting of three double bedrooms. Master bedroom to the front of the house with far reaching views towards the English Channel. All bedrooms feature ornate fireplaces, sash windows and wooden flooring. Period style bathroom, feature roll top stand-alone bath with shower head and separate toilet room. The top floor consists of two further bedrooms with Velux windows with extensive views over Brighton. Large storage room/den leads off one of the top floor bedrooms.
The property is centrally located and conveniently placed for the recently redeveloped Open Market and London Road/Preston Circus area which offer numerous restaurants and a vibrant foodie scene. Roundhill conservation has its own resident's society and is a highly popular residential area. The famous Brighton Laines & beach are within walking distance. Artist open houses run through the spring months along with summer fairs and street parties in Blaker's park/Preston park and surrounding streets. Fantastic local schools with excellent ofsted ratings (Downs Juniors & Infants moments away). Looking for an evening out? The Duke Of York's Picture house is one of the best in the UK along with great local pubs serving good food (try The Hare & Hounds, Joker, Open House, Signal Man, Park View, Preston Park Tavern & Jolly Poacher). Good local shops and the open spaces of the Level within a short stroll away. Brighton mainline station is a ten minute walk with a direct link to Victoria, St Pancras & London Bridge accessible in less than one hour, perfect for commuters. Further good transport links directly to London from London Road station close by.