Inwood Crescent, Brighton, BN1 5AQ

3 Bedroom
Offers in Excess of £400,000

Description Maps Floorplan

John Hoole are pleased to offer this semi-detached house in Brighton, offering huge potential to be modernised and converted into a family home or retained as two flats with a large rear garden.  Built in the 1930s, the property is located in a popular residential crescent, close to Preston Park train station and London Road, as well as being within catchment of renowned schools in the area. 

The property is currently configured so that there is a self-contained one-bedroom flat on the first floor with separate kitchen, and a ground floor flat with living room and kitchen along with access via a trapdoor to a large bedroom and bathroom below. From this lower floor, there is access to the large east-facing garden and the rear of the property enjoys far reaching views of Brighton and further to the Downs. The whole property is in need of major refurbishment.

Priced to sell, this property offers a great opportunity to create a lovely 3 or 4 bedroom family home or two 1-bed flats as a rental investment.

Features

  • Development potential
  • Investment opportunity
  • Spectacular views
  • Semi-detached freehold
  • LARGE GARDEN
  • Catchment of renowned schools
  • CLOSE TO PRESTON PARK STATION

Property Misdescriptions Act 1991- Although every care has been taken in the production of these sales particulars prospective purchasers should note: 1. All measurements given are approximate 2. Services to the property appliances, fixtures and fittings included in the sale are believed to be in working condition (though they have not been checked) 3 . Prospective purchasers are advised to arrange their own tests and/or surveys before proceeding with the purchase 4. The agents have not checked the deeds to verify the boundaries. Intending purchasers should satisfy themselves via their solicitors as to the actual boundaries and inclusions of the property sale