Introducing this charming mid-terrace townhouse on Fonthill Road, Hove – a delightful property that seamlessly blends modern updates with its original character.
The ground floor welcomes you with a generously sized lounge at the front and a rear kitchen that has been tastefully modernised, featuring sleek navy cupboards and crisp white countertops. This kitchen area also extends to a substantial west-facing rear garden, offering a perfect space for outdoor enjoyment. On the ground floor, you'll also find a recently upgraded utility room and a convenient wet room, providing added functionality to the home.
Moving to the first floor, there is a spacious bedroom, currently utilised as an additional reception room, along with another double bedroom and a well-appointed family bathroom. The top floor of the house accommodates two more double bedrooms, offering ample space for a growing family or guests.
Throughout the property, it is well presented with a light and spacious ambiance. The modern updates blend with the preserved original details, including elegant fireplaces, adding a touch of timeless charm to this stylish home.
Fonthill Road is situated close to the popular Hove Park and Hove Recreational Ground. The neighbourhood offers an ideal balance of green spaces and urban conveniences. Moreover, its excellent proximity to Hove station makes it a prime location for commuters, as the train station is within easy walking distance, granting seamless access to the wider Brighton and London areas. The shopping facilities of Church Road are within walking distance, as well as the seafront promenade.
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