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Marlborough Street, Brighton

  • Availability Sold STC
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Reception Rooms 2
  • Tenure Freehold
£480,000 Guide Price
Sold STC
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Property Features

  • Charming two double bedroom period house
  • Central location close to all local amenities and mainline station
  • Traditional layout/ well proportioned rooms
  • WEST facing outside space
  • Period features
  • Newly refurbished bathroom
  • Modern fitted bathroom/ kitchen
  • IDEAL FOR COMMUTERS
  • FREEHOLD HOUSE

Property Summary

GUIDE PRICE £480,000- £500,000


Jack Taggart & Co are proud to offer you this charming two double bedroom period house situated in the sought after Marlborough Street. As you through your idilic gated entrance, through your front door and into the large ground floor of this beautiful FREEHOLD house you are met by a traditional layout comprising a separate living room with a bay fronted window, original re instated fireplace, separate dining room with patio doors onto a west facing, fully decked outside area with ample storage. You also benefit from a modern fitted kitchen with all household appliances.


Upstairs benefits from two well proportioned double bedrooms. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a stunning Juliette balcony. The spacious, modern fitted bathroom has recently been refurbished and has W/C, hand basin, bidet and large stand in shower. 


This deceptively spacious, unique home also benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. 


The location - Situated right in the heart of the country's favourite seaside city Brighton, a stones throw from the bustling and vibrant shops, bars and restaurants of the Laines, the theatres, gardens and Royal Pavilion are all nearby, while the beach and seafront are less than a five minute walk. A leisurely stroll along the promenade stretches all the way from Brighton Marina to Hove Lagoon, taking in both West and Palace Pier, the i360 and the historic ‘birdcage’ bandstand.


When it comes to shopping there’s no shortage of choice as Western Road, North Street and Churchill Square Shopping Centre all offer a wide variety of high street stores, while Brighton’s famous North Laine and The Lanes provide plenty of independent and artisan choices. Plenty of bus services provide access to all parts of the city as well as nearby outlying villages and up to Devil’s Dyke. Brighton train station is in close proximity being approximately a little over half a mile away, offering regular mainline links for commuters.


Marlborough Street is currently situated in parking zone Z. This home is in council tax band D which is charged at £1,954.55 for 2020/ 2021.