Regency Brighton cottage in need of ‘complete refurbishment’ on sale for £325,000

Brighton home in need of ‘complete refurbishment’ for £325,000. 1 credit

A ‘CHARMING’ property in central Brighton in need of complete renovation is on the market for £325,000.

The two-bedroom house, based in Queens Place, Brighton, has been put on the market with estate agents Oakley Property.

It has been described by agents as “the most charming cobbled-fronted Regency cottage” which, with the right owner, could be made into a superb home.

The property brochure says the Grade II listed house was built around 1815 and is located within walking distance of Brighton Station, North Laine and the city centre.

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The Argus: Brighton home needs ‘complete refurbishment’ for £325,000. 1 credit

Brighton home in need of ‘complete refurbishment’ for £325,000. 1 credit

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A small but perfectly formed house, the front door opens into a small entrance hall, leading into the living room with sash windows to the front and a marble fireplace.

Open plan to the rear of the living room, the hallway offers storage space under the stairs.

A door leads to the small kitchen and from there you can access the rear garden.

On the first floor, the master bedroom is to the front with sash window and fitted wardrobes.

The Argus: Brighton house in need of a

The Argus: Brighton home needs ‘complete refurbishment’ for £325,000. 1 credit

Brighton home in need of ‘complete refurbishment’ for £325,000. 1 credit

To the rear of the property you will find the second bedroom/office and the main bathroom.

The patio garden has rear access onto Queen’s Place.

This charming period cottage could be turned into your dream downtown home or a great real estate investment, according to real estate agents.

To learn more about the property, visit Zoopla.

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