The approach to this terraced row of mews houses with painted stable doors is bursting with character and charm. Internally, the property itself is deceptively spacious and boasts a modern and contemporary feel benefitting from versatile living accommodation over three floors.
Upon entering on the ground floor, there is a modern and well integrated open plan kitchen/dining area with a range of integrated appliances and plenty of countertop space. From here, sliding doors open out onto a small south facing patio area. A perfect spot for a morning espresso or an evening Aperol spritz! There is also a downstairs cloakroom on this level and an external utility/storage area.
The first floor is light, bright and airy. It briefly comprises a south facing lounge/bedroom, a perfectly-sized study, a second double bedroom with leafy views, and a modern family bathroom.
The second floor boasts a peaceful master bedroom with a roof Velux window, a modern ensuite shower room and an abundance of storage.
With almost 1000 square feet of versatile living space, room for parking and positioned in an excellent location, this is one property not to miss out on!
Cambridge Grove is a private road which originated from a parade of stables in the 1800s with a gradual conversion to garages and workshops in the 1920s. Steeped in history and favourably located for the station, several popular schools, the beach and Church Road: this unique property is an absolute dream and perfectly positioned in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach on your doorstep. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to Hove Station and the A27/A23 which have direct and fast links to the universities, airports and London.
What the owner says....
"I’m going to miss this place. So many good memories, and many of them couldn’t have happened anywhere else. Thanks to its history, character, characters, and position, the Grove is special indeed. And this house has helped me enjoy it. Whether it’s that first early-morning coffee as the Grove slowly wakes up, or a well-deserved beer after a long day, the space out the front is very much my happy place. Neighbours, dog-walkers, mechanics, passers-through; they all stop for a chat and help to give the street its unique vibe. That it’s ten minutes’ walk from the sea, and five minutes away from trains into London, is just the icing on the cake.
(Speaking of – I hope you’re a fan of Bake Off, because my neighbours have gotten used to regular offerings of brownies, Battenberg and Bakewell!)"