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Ideal Starter Home.
KING & CHASEMORE are delighted to offer for sale this spacious two bedroom terraced house, built in the 1930's, situated in Carden Crescent Patcham. The house offers good size accommodation, and comprises: Entrance hall, c 16' living room/dining room, leading through to 9' separate sun lounge,( overlooking and giving access out onto the rear garden), 13' kitchen/breakfast room, ( with door giving access out onto the rear garden), two good size double bedrooms on the first floor, and a recently refitted and modernised family bathroom suite. Outside to the rear is the South facing garden area,( measuring 49' x 24'6), accessed from the sun lounge and kitchen, leading out onto a paved patio area, ( ideal for table and chairs etc..), with steps then leading down onto a dual level lawned rear garden area, with shrub borders, summer house, timber fenced surround, shared side access, ( ideal for bringing bikes round and rubbish out etcVIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY OWNERS SOLE AGENTS.
Carden Crescent is found just off Carden Avenue, Patcham. Local shops are close by, including a Sainsbury's local, whilst Hollingbury industrial estate, including Asda Superstore, Argos, Marks & Spencer's food Hall, and next, is only a short bus ride, car drive away. London Road, is also close by, providing access into Brighton's main city centre, and also onto the by pass connecting the A23 and A27 . Schools catering for all ages, are found within the area.
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