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Spacious Five Bedroom Period House In Sought After Location. Chain Free.
'Guide Price': 800,000--850,000.
KING & CHASEMORE are delighted to offer for sale this five double bedroom terraced Edwardian period house, situated in Beaconsfield Villas, in the popular Fiveways area of Brighton. The property hosts a wealth of period features, and comprises: Entrance lobby, Entrance hall, 15' living room, 14' separate dining room, ( with doors giving access to the rear garden), extended 24' kitchen/breakfast room area, ( with bi-fold doors to the rear garden), separate street entrance to the side, and downstairs shower room/ separate wc. On the first floor 1/2 landing area there is a double bedroom and a bathroom/shower room. Then on the main first floor there are three further double bedrooms, with stairs rising up to the top floor where there is a large 'L' shaped master bedroom with eaves storage, ( potential for en-suite) , and further separate wc. Outside to the front is a formal front garden area, with steps leading to a front and side entrance, whilst to the rear is split level rear patio garden area, arranged in two sections, with the lower patio area, ( measuring 15' x 15'), accessed from the kitchen and dining room areas, being brick paved, ideal for table and chairs etc., with steps leading up to a level lawned garden area ,( measuring 20' x 18'), with a selection of flower and shrub borders, summer house, walled surround. RARELY AVAILABLE. PRESTON PARK CONSERVATION AREA. VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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