Edburton Avenue, Brighton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Five | Ways | Potential

Situated in one of Five Ways most desirable locations, is this charming three storey, period property with heaps of potential and has been careful looked after throughout the current ownership

Internally the property has a large reception room at the front, with a large east facing bay window and another reception room or fourth bedroom to the rear, with views over the garden. At the back is the kitchen, which gives access out onto the west facing rear garden. The garden has been well looked after, with shrubbery borders and a lawned centre. The cellar is also accessed via the kitchen and subject to the necessary consents, this could be a stunning home office or cinema room. The first floor has three large double bedrooms, with the master being at the front and having a charming bay window. There is a family bathroom, with a useful separate WC, ideal for children or larger families. The third bedroom is at the rear and has a large window overlooking the west facing garden.

property | terraced house

beds | three/four

baths | one

outside | west facing garden

parking | on-street permit

Edburton Avenue is just moments from Blakers Park and Preston Park with its beautiful rose garden, lush green open areas, children's play park and The Rockery Garden. This district of Brighton is very family orientated, with its many well regarded primary and secondary schools. Local amenities to the property include Fiveways with pubs, post office, supermarket and local eateries. It is also a great commuter location with Preston Park Station approx 1 mile away. Further offering convenient access for the A23 and A27 network and bus services towards the seafront and Brighton city centre with its mix of restaurants, shopping facilities, cafes and theatres.

01273 359000

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