Hanover is a fantastic place to live, with a real sense of community and very close to Brighton station, city centre and the seafront. Hanover is well known for its vibrantly painted properties, its outstanding primary schools and nurseries, as well as its range of superb pubs. Residents parking zone V with no waiting list. Hanover Terrace is located towards the bottom of Hanover, just of Islingword Road.
103 Hanover Terrace is an end of terrace Victorian property that was converted into two flats. This maisonette covers the ground and first floor, with the benefit of the loft as well. The property is beautifully presented with double glazing, gas central heating with a combi boiler and a share of freehold.
A pathway leads to the front door to a spacious hallway, with to the right a very well presented living room to the front with a bay window overlooking Hanover Terrace. Behind this room is a modern bathroom which the current owners installed. The kitchen is modern too, with a double glazed window and plenty of storage. To the rear of the ground floor is the dining room/bedroom 3.
First Floor Landing
12' 9'' x 10' 6'' (3.88m x 3.20m)
8' 6'' x 6' 1'' (2.59m x 1.85m)
8' 3'' x 4' 6'' (2.51m x 1.37m)
Dining Room/Bedroom 3
9' 0'' x 7' 7'' (2.74m x 2.31m)
The two main bedrooms are located here. The main bedroom spans the whole width of the building and is located to the front. Bedroom 2 is located to the rear. Again like the whole of the property, the decoration and presentation is superb. Access to the loft is from the landing.
12' 8'' x 14' 2'' (3.86m x 4.31m)
11' 5'' x 8' 6'' (3.48m x 2.59m)
Share of freehold, 2/3rd’s and the flat below 1/3rd. No ground rent to pay and the maintenance and building insurance is split in the same percentage as the freehold. The seller informs us there are no major works planned. 85 years remaining of the lease. As it is a share of freehold the lease can be extended to a maximum of 99 years.