Queen Victoria Avenue, Hove
- OPEN DAY 17TH OCTOBER
- Sought after 'Cook built' house
- Well presented throughout
- Four spacious double bedrooms
- Large living space
- Parking for up to four cars
- Modern fitted bathroom / kitchen
- Large family garden
- Exceptional family living
- PRIVATE DRIVEWAY
Guide price £625,000 - £650,000
Open day 17th October
Queen Victoria Avenue is one of Hoves most desirable family location. Set back from Hove Park you are in this ideal location otherwide known as the sought after 'Goldstone Valley'. This superb residential area, close to Goldstone Valley has excellent facilities with local shops, parks and quaint cafés, as well of some of the areas most desirable schools. This family home is surrounded by excellent bus routes and has easy access to the A23 and A27. The property is a short journey into Brighton & Hove city centre.
Jack Taggart & Co residential sales are delighted to offer you another stunning example of the very popular ' Cook built ' houses in the desirable Queen Victoria Avenue, Hove. The ground floor of this beautiful Mock Tudor semi detached house comprises a large entrance hall, two separate living spaces, modern fitted kitchen, a utility room, downstairs cloak room an and extended porch-way ideal for storage. On the first floor you have a spacious landing area, three well proportioned double bedrooms and a large contemporary family bathroom. Your spacious loft has been converted into a master bedroom with en suite shower room. Something very unique about this floor is it doesn't feel like an extension and has always been part of the house.
At the front of the property there is off street parking and driveway. The property has Double glazing with modern fitted shutters and gas central heating throughout. Your large family garden is astroturfed, has a decked area off the dining room and also has storage with electricity, something that could easily be converted into a home office space. If you are looking for the ideal family home, that also has potential to make your own viewing is highly recommended.