Property details

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Double Reception Room
  • Garden
  • Period Features
  • Sought-after Hove Location
  • EPC Rating D
A superb example of a well presented Victorian mid-terraced, four-bedroom family home situated in this sought after location lying adjacent to Hove Station.

This property has been well maintained and tastefully updated throughout, providing well arranged and spacious accommodation over three floors.
This lovely home is moments from leafy Hove Park with its tennis courts, bowling green and picnic areas.

The property is extremely spacious and comprises of a large lounge/dining area on the ground floor with the lounge having an attractive working fireplace and wooden flooring throughout. The modern kitchen comes with a range of kitchen appliances and there is plenty of room for table and chairs making it ideal for families. There is a good-sized patio garden off of the kitchen. On the first floor, there are three good sized bedrooms with one benefiting from an en-suite shower room with underfloor heating. There is also a family bathroom and separate WC. On the third floor, there is the fourth double bedroom with plenty of storage space. There is also an en-suite shower room.

Newtown Road is an attractive tree-lined street and benefits from being very close by to Hove station with regular train services to London and along the south coast. Very good road links and bus services, are nearby, as is, Hove Park, Hove Recreation Ground and well-regarded local schools. Furthermore, a selection of local independent shops are situated on Hove Park Villas. Larger retailers are a short distance away, namely Waitrose on Nevill Road and the Denmark Villas Tesco Express; a more comprehensive selection of shops, bars, coffee shops and eateries can be found on Hove's main thoroughfare, Church Road, a short walk to the south of the property.

This is a lovely home. In short, not one to be missed!

What the owner says...

"When we moved into the house on Newtown Road, we had moved down from London where we didn't know any of our neighbours. Our first visitor to Newtown Road was a neighbour welcoming us and bringing us a delicious homemade cake. Those neighbours are now good friends and still live on the road. The road has a wonderful sense of community with most neighbours living on the road for many years. We bought the house 13 years ago and renovated it completely to make a wonderful family home. The garden, is in an elevated position which means it gets the sun all day. We loved the proximity to the beach, walking down in the evening to watch the sunset at the beach after a day working in London. We also love that you can drive for 5 minutes and take in breath-taking views of the South Downs from Devils Dyke - another stunning sunset spot. Both my husband and I commuted to London and the proximity to the station was fantastic. 5 minutes' walk and you could be on the train to London within an hour. It is a peaceful place to live with all the convenience of city living. When our son was born the 5-minute walk to Hove park and the fantastic playground was perfect. "

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