Available immediately, this elegant four bedroom early Victorian terraced property, at the heart of the renowned Clifton and Montpelier conservation area.
Rarely available, this elegant early Victorian terraced property, at the heart of the renowned Clifton and Montpelier conservation area, offers a spacious home, flooded with natural light. Enhanced by its newly painted front elevation, with black railings creating the classic look of a period townhouse. Its unique location offers stunning views from every window, and a large, secluded garden. Brightons bustling café culture, beach, and mainline station are all within a short walk away.
As you enter the front door, the view down the hallway to the rear sunny garden emphasises this propertys spacious aspect. This continues with the high-ceilinged, double-length reception room and its stunning view through the south-facing bay window down Powis Villas to the sea, while the rear window offers delightful views over the garden, which has been recently re-landscaped and is perfect for family living with a play area to the rear and plenty of room on the large patio for entertaining. Oak sleeper raised beds and integral lighting further enhance the lovely setting.
Moving down to the lower level on this wonderful family home, you will find the large open-plan kitchen, with underfloor heating and ample room for family dining and entertaining. Also on this level is a spacious utility room, cloakroom and a separate entrance to the front of the house.
On the first floor, the bathroom is superbly fitted with a beautiful modern suite. The first of the good-sized double bedrooms overlooks the garden. To the front, the master bedroom covers the width of the house, and has spectacular sea views. On the second floor, the spacious third double bedroom offers panoramic sea views, to the rear is a further bedroom offering pretty garden and city views. On this level is another modern bathroom with large shower. Clifton Hill is the perfect location for city living by the sea.
EPC rating D/59