Guide Price £775,000 Sold STC
  • Elegant Victorian Town House
  • Numerous original period features
  • 24' x 13' kitchen/breakfast room and separate dining room
  • Four/five bedrooms
  • Gas central heating
  • Recently refurbished throughout
  • Two reception rooms
  • Two beautifully re-fitted bath/shower rooms
  • Sealed unit double glazed sash-style windows
  • Low maintenance gardens

A beautifully appointed four/five bedroom Victorian Town House of exceptional character, enviably located virtually opposite Gildredge Park on the borders of Upperton and Old Town. The house forms part of an elegant terrace of similar properties and has been the subject of complete modernisation and refurbishment over the past few years, with careful thought having been given to the retention and enhancement of the original Victorian character. The current vendors have painstakingly scoured reclamation yards to source period fireplaces which have been reinstated in many of the rooms. The ground floor accommodation comprises a fine sitting room with bay window and concealed folding doors at the side of a large archway which allow the room to be closed off or opened up to the kitchen/breakfast room if and when required. The re-fitted kitchen/breakfast room has a range of base units and drawers, beneath marble work surfaces, with a large central island. The dining room is open plan to the kitchen/breakfast room and also provides access to the utility room and cloakroom/wc. An elegant staircase rises from the impressive reception hall with a magnificent 14' x 7' bathroom on the half landing, comprising a period style white suite with feature chrome wc cistern serving the three first floor bedrooms. There is a further newly fitted shower room serving the bedroom and study/occasional bedroom on the second floor, The house has been re-wired and re-plumbed with period style radiators, and sealed unit sash-style windows have been installed throughout. There is a small cellar and a 40' rear garden that has been designed for ease of maintenance. Conveniently located, Eastbourne town centre and railway station are within a half mil whilst a Waitrose store and the famous Lamb Inn are within a few hundred yards. An internal inspection is essential to appreciate the exceptional character of this charming home.

DOUBLE FRONT DOORS PROVIDE ACCESS TO

RECEPTION HALL

SITTING ROOM - 16'10" (5.13m) x 15'0" (4.57m)
opening to:-

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM - 24'0" (7.32m) x 13'10" (4.22m)

DINING ROOM - 18'0" (5.49m) x 8'3" (2.51m)

UTILITY ROOM - 13'0" (3.96m) x 5'0" (1.52m)

CLOAKROOM/WC

SMALL CELLAR

ELEGANT STAIRCASE RISES TO:-

HALF LANDING

BATHROOM - 14'6" (4.42m) x 7'6" (2.29m)

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

BEDROOM 1 - 17'0" (5.18m) x 14'0" (4.27m)

BEDROOM 2 - 14'9" (4.5m) x 13'6" (4.11m)

BEDROOM 3 - 9'10" (3m) x 8'4" (2.54m)

SECOND FLOOR HALF LANDING

SHOWER ROOM/WC

BEDROOM 4 - 17'6" (5.33m) x 14'0" (4.27m)

STUDY/OCCASIONAL BEDROOM - 10'4" (3.15m) x 8'3" (2.51m) Max

OUTSIDE:

REAR GARDEN
approx 40`

COUNCIL TAX:
Band "E"

EPC:
"E"



Council Tax
Eastbourne Borough Council, Band E

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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