Lot 61


35 Port Hall Street, Brighton, BN1 5PJ
35 Port Hall Street, Brighton, BN1 5PJ

This mid terrace two storey period property is in an elevated position, has double glazing throughout and a gas heating system via radiators.

It is in need of updating and refurbishment but provides spacious accommodation with gardens to the front and rear with the potential to extend, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.

Situated in the popular Porthall District of Brighton, the house is close to the Seven Dials area with its comprehensive shopping facilities and amenities. The city centre with the seafront and mainline railway station is located half a mile to the south with excellent road links to London, Gatwick and all surrounding areas via the A23/A27.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall, Living room, kitchen (with access to rear garden) and shower room with W.C.

First Floor

Landing with access to roof space, three bedrooms and separate W.C.


Small front patio and west facing rear patio garden on two levels

Local Planning Authority

Brighton and Hove City Council. Tel: 01273 292222. Website: brighton-hove.gov.uk.

Freehold with Vacant Possession


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