New Church Road, Hove

4 Bed House  SSTC

4 2 2 £995,000
A uniquely recognisable, detached property situated on the corner of New Church Road and Roman Road. Offering generous accommodation with a south facing garden and two detached garages. Currently arranged as two flats and in need of updating, the property boasts versatility and the potential to create a substantial family home or two spacious flats each with their own entrance. The ground floor comprises a large entrance hall/dining room, living room with double doors to garden, bedroom with en-suite, a family bathroom and large kitchen with separate utility room. The first floor comprises a living room, large double bedroom, spacious kitchen, shower room and offers ample storage. The property has been in the same ownership for a considerable amount of time, and is offered for sale with NO CHAIN.
  • UNIQUELY RECOGNISABLE PROPERTY
  • DETACHED HOUSE
  • 2,100 SQ FT TOTAL INTERNAL MEASUREMENT
  • CURRENTLY ARRANGED AS TWO FLATS
  • SPACIOUS & ACCOMMODATION
  • VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION
  • POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SUBJECT TO CONSENT
  • LARGE FRONT GARDEN
  • SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN
  • TWO DETACHED PITCHED ROOF GARAGES

Location

The property is situated on a corner plot on the junction of Roman Road and New Church Road; the area is very sought-after being less than a quarter of a mile from Hove seafront, and the nearby Richardson Road local shopping parade which includes with a butchers, hairdressers, grocers, coffee shops and a newsagents. The property is also located within the catchment area for the well regarded Deepdene and St Christopher's Prep schools.

New Church Road leads Easterly into Church Road, Hove’s main thoroughfare which offers comprehensive shopping, eateries and independent boutiques. In addition, road links are very good for Brighton city centre, London via the M23 and many towns and villages along the A259 coastal road. The district is well served with regular bus services providing access into the city centre, Hove mainline railway station and Sussex County cricket ground are also in close proximity (approximately 1.4 miles in distance), Portslade and Aldrington train stations are both less than a mile away.

Accommodation

GROUND FLOOR
Approached from level ground via a generous, walled, low maintenance front garden laid to rumble stone with in and out gates and established trees and shrubbery.

The original open bricked portico with leaded light windows and solid timber front door opens on to a generous entrance hall; a room itself with ample space for a dining table and chairs. Boasting original dark panelled walls, high ceilings and doors to all principal rooms. This space also has a hatch with a pull down ladder to a large closed off bay fronted room above; once a bedroom. A staircase could be reinstated here to revert the property back to one house.

The bedroom enjoys a wonderful feature circular bay window that sits in the corner of the room with leaded light double glazed windows and an easterly aspect. Offering ample built in storage and an en-suite shower room, comprising a walk in shower cubicle, vanity sink unit and a close-coupled WC. There is also a family bathroom that is fully tiled and comprises an original cast iron bath, a close-coupled WC and pedestal wash basin with a window to the side.

Enjoying a dual aspect with double sliding doors to the rear garden, the living room is generously proportioned.

At the rear of the property and enjoying a southerly aspect, you'll find a spacious kitchen with ample room to dine, comprising a range of wall and base units to three sides with a laminate work surface and a tiled splash back. There is an inset stainless steel sink and drainer, a four ring gas hob, and integrated appliances to include an oven, grill and microwave stack, tall fridge freezer and a dishwasher. This room leads onto a utility area that is fully tiled with a vinyl floor offering space and plumbing for washing machine and having a door out to the garden.

FIRST FLOOR

Approached at the rear of the property via a quaint paved patio with established plants and shrubs, an external wrought iron staircase rises to the first floor private entrance. The entrance porch doubles as a utility room with windows to all sides and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, this in turn leads onto the kitchen. The large kitchen breakfast room boasts a southerly aspect and comprises a range of wall and base units to two sides, with a laminate work surface and tiled splash back, an inset stainless steel sink and drainer, a ceramic hob and space for a free standing fridge freezer.

Through to an internal hallway with ample built in storage that provides access to all remaining rooms. There is a shower room with a walk in cubicle and a wall mounted electric shower, a pedestal wash basin and a large storage cupboard. Adjacent to this sits a separate WC.

The bedroom enjoys the same feature curved bay window as downstairs, with a second easterly window and is bright and spacious.

With a dual aspect to the east and south the living is also a great size with built in storage to the alcove .

Outside

The property boasts an enclosed south facing garden, is landscaped and mainly laid to paving stones with an area of lawn. It has an abundance of beautiful mature flowers., trees and shrub borders with useful side access and further rear access to the garages and drive behind.

There are two detached, pitched roof garages and a large area of hard stand laid to rumble stone, accessed via Roman Road.

Additional information

TOP FLOOR FLAT
EPC: D
Internal measurement: 97 Square metres / 1,044 Square feet
Council tax band: B

GROUND FLOOR FLAT
EPC: D
Internal measurement: 98 Square metres / 1,054 Square feet
Council tax band: C

Property Details PDF

New Church Road, Hove

Branch Details

Hove
19 Richardson Road,
Hove,
East Sussex. BN3 5RB

01273 746674
hove@healynewsom.co.uk

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