Freshfield Road is located in the highly desired Queens Park area of Brighton. Mainly made up of square bay fronted Edwardian houses, many people move here not just for the architecture and sense of community, but for St Luke's Primary School. 'The Independent' newspaper quoted St Luke's as one of the most desired state schools in the country, hence the reason many move to Queens Park.
The owners here have designed a stunning home, perfect for an expanding family. The attention to detail cannot be faulted. Farrow and Ball colours throughout, wood flooring, Fired earth tiling, fittings that in our opinion make this one of the best presented homes we have sold in quite sometime.
Set back off the road, with an impressive front door that leads into the hallway with reclaimed parquet flooring. The lounge/ dining room is located to the left with the kitchen/breakfast room to the rear. The view through from the front door is through the kitchen and on into the garden and is one of a number of features of this home.
The main bedroom is to the front of the house and spans the whole width of the property, with plenty of natural light, with the morning and early afternoon sunlight. 2 further bedrooms with a family bathroom too. The rear bedrooms have been ingeniously designed with a raised mezzanine bed and bespoke storage and shelving.
The loft was converted in 2012 and has superb views over the rooftops and down towards the seafront. Very cleverly the second bathroom has been built next to the loft room and over the fourth bedroom, making it usable by all, rather than just being an en-suite.
20' 8'' x 15' 3'' (6.29m x 4.64m) plus a side return 19'7'' x 5' 6''
A true sun trap of a garden as Freshfield road rises as one goes up the road meaning better views, more natural light and sunshine. Also the houses on Queens Park Rise are well set back, giving a feeling of space. The garden is West facing and designed to offer plenty of colour in the warmer months and the plants such as the fig tree and Bramley apple tree have clearly benefited from garden position.
The light and warmth in the afternoon and early evening will flow into the rear of the house, making this a perfect entertaining space for later into the night. There is also a side return that many have extended into on the ground floor. In the front garden is a very useful fitted bike storage shed.