This stunning and generous, four-bedroom Victorian house with garden has been beautifully renovated throughout. Situated within the ever-popular Golden Triangle district of Brighton, any future resident would benefit from having the very best the city has on offer on their doorstep.
Arriving through the entrance vestibule, the hallway provides access to all rooms, including a downstairs cloakroom WC. The two original reception rooms have been combined to give a large entertaining space or lounge dining room, but cleverly has doors to provide separation should you wish to have it. They are accessed from the hallway or the dining area, the rear kitchen diner is beautifully finished, benefiting from a thoughtfully designed cooking area and kitchen island to give a natural divide in what is a great size room. Bi-folding doors lead to the landscaped garden, which the owner informs us is a suntrap in the summer months.
Three bedrooms are to the first floor, the master being to the front of the property with an abundance of space for storage and plenty of sun coming through the fitted shutters. Both of the additional bedrooms on this floor are good sized doubles, with a family bathroom, modern in style, separating them nicely. The loft conversion is also a good size double room with eaves storage accessible on both sides.
Waldegrave Road is within the incredibly popular Golden Triangle, in demand from locals as well as those currently living outside of the area. Blakers Park to the top and Preston Park to the bottom gives plenty of options for entertaining your family, with Fiveways offering local independent shops and access in and out of Brighton easy via London Road/Preston Park stations and the A23/A27.
LOVE this house. Originally, we moved here from Beaconsfield Villas, just two streets away, as Waldegrave Road has always been my favourite street in Brighton. The way the house has been designed means that it gets flooded with sunshine, has masses of space and an unusually large garden for Brighton.
Having spent significant amounts perfecting the property and creating the ideal family space, it is now time sadly to move on due to a change in circumstances. The sunsets and views from the top floor are magnificent, with vistas of South Downs from one side and the sea from the other. It’s just a short walk to the station for mainline London trains and very easy to get out of Brighton if travelling by car. This combined with the proximity to some of the best schools in Brighton means we won’t be moving far.