Fourth Avenue, Hove
Fourth Avenue runs between Church Road and the seafront in Hove. Lined with impressive, detached properties and mature trees, it is perfectly situated, a short stroll from independent shops, cafés, and restaurants at its northern end, and Hove Lawns and the seafront to the south. This stunning two bedroom apartment on the market with Hamlyn Smith, occupies the first floor of this gorgeous property, that was built in 1894. You can’t help but notice as you arrive that the building has been carefully looked after, and as you enter through the grand main entrance, into the shared hall, you will not be disappointed. The communal areas are all beautifully presented and maintained. A wide, turning staircase, leads past a lovely, stained- glass, original window, to the first floor, where you reach the entrance to the apartment. Inside, the living room, at the front of the property, has high ceilings with original coving, and is over five metres wide and long, with a large, bay window, facing west. An impressive fireplace provides the focal point to the room and there is a built-in cupboard in the chimney recess. The main bedroom is also a show-stopper, with original features, over five metres long, with two sash windows overlooking gardens to the rear, where you can hear only birdsong. The second double bedroom also benefits from being at the rear of the property. In the kitchen there are two pretty windows facing west. The white units are topped with a long run of worktops and there is a gas hob and electric oven. There is also plenty of space and plumbing for a washing machine, separate dryer, and a dishwasher. The bathroom is fully tiled with a thermostatic shower over the bath and a window to the side.
Church Road is home to many of Hove’s thriving cafés, restaurants and bars. In addition to this, there are numerous small independent retailers and businesses including artisan bakeries, florists, hairdressers, and a post office. Buses along Church Road run straight into the city centre or if you prefer to walk you can be in the Brighton Lanes in half an hour. Hove station is only a ten minute walk, where commuters can access regular Southern services to London Victoria and Brighton. Westbound trains run to Southampton and Littlehampton.
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