- Great 3 bedroom mid-terraced house
- Great central Patcham location
- Good sized front and rear gardens
- Easy access to A23 and A27
- Sunny conservatory
- Spacious layout
- EPC energy rating D (66)
Ground Floor Room Dimensions
|Lounge||13'8 x 11'10 (4.17m x 3.61m)|
|Kitchen/Dining Room||17'6 x 12'4 (5.34m x 3.76m)|
|Conservatory||9'8 x 9'2 (2.95m x 2.80m)|
|Front & Rear Gardens|
First Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 1||11'10 x 11'0 (3.61m x 3.36m)|
|Bedroom 2||11'10 x 11'0 (3.61m x 3.36m)|
|Bedroom 3||7'6 x 6'0 (2.29m x 1.83m)|
Map & area
Please note, the map markers may only show the centre of a postcode and not the actual address.
- Preston Park 1.8 miles
- London Road 2.4 miles
- Hove 2.4 miles
Our local guide for Patcham
Searching for estate agents and letting agents in Patcham? Our local branch of Cubitt & West is on Ladies' Mile Road at the crossroads with Winfield Avenue.
Three miles north of Brighton City Centre, Patcham offers attractive homes that are spacious and can be easily developed. Properties near good schools but not too close to main roads can be found in Patcham Village, Hollingbury and Westdene. Transport links in Patcham are great from Preston Park Station. There is easy access to the A27 and A23 as well as access to the Downs.
We are very proud of our record of selling property in Patcham. We will endeavour to give your home as much visibility as possible. One way we do this is with Rightmove premium listings. 35% more property brochures are viewed when appearing as a Premium Listing, helping to increase your chances of attracting the right buyer. We also have a network of branches across the South East from Hampshire to Kent and advertise in local and regional newspapers. This all generates more views and better prices.
Another way to improve your chances of a sale is with an Open House event. Convenient and effective, these events help create that all important buyer buzz to help get you a better price and you only need to prepare for viewings once.
Learn more about life in the area and its history in our Guide to Living in Patcham.