GUIDE PRICE BETWEEN £375,000-£385,000
Three bedroom terraced home with the potential for creating a fourth bedroom (with or without en-suite) in the loft.
The current owner has extensively refurbished the house and redecorated inside and out. There are new carpets throughout. A generous master bedroom and comfortable double bedroom and single bedrooms, both with views of the sea in the distance as well as the South Downs.
Unrestricted off-street parking, steps down to front door, slate chipping garden bed bordered by tall privacy hedge, space for lockable bike store. The property is fully double glazed. Located on a quiet residential road.
Wooden street door with opaque window panes, radiator, stairs to first floor with useful open plan storage space under, new carpet.
Quiet, private and comfortable with real fire with fireplace and slate hearth, casement bay windows. LED uplighters, telephone/broadband socket, double radiator, exposed wooden floorboards.
A good size and ideal for entertaining with a large window overlooking the garden. Solid wood worktop, range of cupboards/base units/drawers, integrated 5 ring gas hob with extractor hood and electric fan oven, space for fridge, space and plumbing for dishwasher, tiled floor, tiled splashbacks, double radiator.
UTILITY ROOM Heavy duty worktop, lots of cupboards and sink. Doors to hall and conservatory, space and plumbing for under-counter washing machine, recessed lighting. This room has been used as a workshop and provides the option of being used as a small workshop for arts and craft, woodworking or a bicycle workshop etc.
Peaceful space looking onto the garden with cityscape views and the sea in the distance. New carpet, door to utility room, part-opaque glazed door to garden.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR AND LANDING
Stairs with open wooden balustrade, landing with space for additional staircase to loft extension if desired, access to loft via hatch with fitted ladder, carpet, uplighters.
Plenty of space for double bed and further furniture, exposed wooden floorboards, casement bay windows to front aspect with Venetian blinds over, radiator, pendant light fitting.
Casement window with rear aspect with sea view and Downs view, space for double bed and further furniture, radiator, new carpet.
Space for a single bed, radiator, new carpet, casement window with views towards the South Downs.
Corner bath with Triton Unichrome spa shower and handheld shower attachment and drench showerhead, glass shower screen, chrome towel rail, rectangular washbasin with waterfall tap and vanity cupboard below, dual flush toilet, mirrored wall cabinet, lino flooring, electric razor point, recessed lighting.
Potential development (approx. 18 feet or 5.5 metres) to add further bedrooms or bedroom with en-suite bathroom (STPP). Window and power already installed. Many houses in the street have been developed or are currently being developed in this way. Further window or Dormer would provide wide ranging views over Brighton and the sea.
Good size for Brighton with decked seating area with pergola over and growing vegetation. Lawn area, useful storage under conservatory, metal shed for storage, hedges and fencing, space for summer house.
Conveniently located just 10 minutes’ drive from Brighton centre and the sea-front. A range of shops and leisure activities can be found 10 minutes’ walk away including Sainsbury’s, Aldi, Costa’s, independent shops and restaurants. Baden Road is situated toward the top of the Coombe Road/Bear Road area of Brighton with easy access via the Lewes Road or Elm Grove into Brighton centre. Both Brighton’s Hospitals are within easy reach. Sussex University is just a 5 minute drive or 15 minute walk away.
Continuing up Bear Road one is quickly into Woodingdean and then over to the Amex Stadium and onto the A27 to go west to Lewes and Eastbourne or east toward the A23. It is an easy walk from the house into the South Downs National Park with hundreds of miles of beautiful walks. It is therefore the ideal location for those who need to get easily into the city centre, but who appreciate quiet in the evening and who like easy access the countryside.
A convenient and regular bus service operates along Baden Road with buses going toward the Old Steine, Lewes Road, Western Road and Brighton Station. Brighton Station is 5 minutes’ by car or 15 minutes by bike, with fast connections to key destinations including London, Gatwick Airport, London Bridge and Bedford as well as to Lewes, Southampton, Portsmouth, Hastings and Bristol Temple Meads. Mouselcoomb Station is around half-mile away, with services to Brighton, Seaford, Hastings and Lewes.