**ANOTHER PROPERTY SUCCESSFULLY SOLD BY LEADING BRIGHTON & HOVE AGENT, JOHN HOOLE**
John Hoole Estate Agents are delighted to offer this superb opportunity to purchase a property full of exciting potential for its new owner. The location couldn't be better, positioned on a quiet residential road with the popular Seven Dials area of Brighton on the doorstep for shopping and leisure activities, as well as convenient access to the mainline train station being a 10 minute walk away and the city centre and seafront less than a mile.
The property itself has the promise of great kerb appeal, with its large bay windows and wooden-balustraded balcony making it immediately eye-catching, and pretty garden with path leading you invitingly to the front door. The internal layout of the property is well proportioned, comprising of three generous-sized reception rooms on the ground floor, all with the traditional Edwardian period features such as high ceilings, picture rails and fireplaces that could be retained to work sympathetically alongside a contemporary refurbishment. The ground floor could be reconfigured to create a large open-plan kitchen/living/dining area that is so conducive now to the lifestyle of the modern family, and still retain a separate reception that could be used as a formal living room. Upstairs, the generous feel of the property continues, with three large double bedrooms offering plenty of space for all the family, with the addition of a smaller room which would be ideal as a study or work from home space. If further accommodation is required, there would be scope to convert the loft space, subject to the necessary consents, that would provide a master bedroom with en suite. The walled rear garden, accessed from both the kitchen and family room, is currently a paved area edged with flower borders but equally has huge potential to be landscaped creatively. There is also access via a twittern to the garden - useful for the disposal of garden waste.
We strongly recommend that this property is viewed in person, so that its potential can be fully appreciated.