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8 Brighton Terrace, Douglas, IM1 4AP


4 Bedrooms / 1 Bathrooms / 1 Reception

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Traditional Mid Terrace Town House Circa 1905, in a Central Location.
Walking Distance to 'The Terrace' Shops, Town Centre, Schools & Local Pubs.
Bright & Spacious Accommodation Retaining Some Period Features.
A Pleasant Frontal View Looking Out Over the Gardens / Allotments.
Lounge with Original Fireplace, Dining Room, Modern Kitchen & Breakfast Area.
3 Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom with White Suite & Additional WC.
Large Attic Room (Formerly 2 Rooms) with Potential Study Area on the Landing.
Gas Fired Central Heating & Combination of uPVC & Timber Framed Windows.
Small Front Garden & Enclosed Yard with 2 Good Size Storage Sheds.
Excellent Potential to Recreate 2 Off Road Parking Spaces to the Rear.


Travel up Prospect Hill towards 'The Terrace' shops, take the turning on the left into Kensington Road just before Trinity Church. Continue along then take the first right onto Kensington Avenue turning left at the end onto Brighton Terrace. The property will be found along on the left hand side of the road, opposite the allotments, being clearly numbered.


Half obscure glazed uPVC entrance door with a glazed surround. Original cornice, dado rail and encaustic floor tiling. Consumer unit and electric meter. An original inner door with etched glass panels leads into the reception hall.

Reception Hall
Original cornice and dado rail. Stairs lead up to the first floor with an open area beneath.

Lounge 3.78m (12'5") x 4.88m (16'0") to bay
A well proportioned room with a uPVC bay window to the front with original panelling. The focal point of the room is the original fireplace with an open grate and tiled slips. Original ceiling rose, cornice and picture rail. Built in shelving to one alcove. TV and satellite points. Light on dimmer control.

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Dining Room 3.84m (12'7") max x 3.45m (11'4") max
A spacious room with a timber framed window to the rear benefiting from a secondary glazed panel. Original built in cupboard and shelving. Picture rail. TV point. Stripped and sealed floorboards.

Kitchen 2.41m (7'11") x 2.87m (9'5")
Fitted with a good range of light wood effect wall, base and drawer units together with laminate work surfaces incorporating a 1 1/4 bowl stainless steel sink with a swan neck mixer tap. An open serving hatch is a useful additional allowing for conversation with dining guests. Splashback tiling. Inset four ring ceramic hob with a stainless steel filter hood above. Built in double electric ovens. Plumbed for a dishwasher and washing machine. Hardwood door to the rear yard. Oak effect floor covering extends through an open archway to the breakfast area.

Breakfast Area 2.79m (9'2") x 2.49m (8'2")
Fitted with a matching range of base units together with a larder cupboard. Space for an 'American' style fridge freezer and small breakfast table and chairs. Having a high angled ceiling with a 'Velux' style roof light. Two smaller uPVC windows provide extra light and ventilation. Wall mounted spotlights.


Half Landing
An internal glazed panel offers natural light from the attic skylight. Dado rail. Two steps to the main landing.

Bathroom 2.44m (8'0") max x 2.13m (7'0") max
Fitted with a modern white suite of panelled bath with a fully plumbed 'Mira' shower over and fitted screen, push button flush WC and a bespoke vanity unit with a top mounted basin. Obscure glazed uPVC window. Chrome heated ladder style warmer. Wall mounted hooks. Painted wooden floor.

Adjacent WC
Fitted with a push button flush WC. Obscure glazed uPVC window. 'Alpha' condensing combi boiler installed approx 2011. Painted wooden floor.

Main Landing
Double power point. An enclosed staircase leads to the attic room. Dado rail.

Bedroom 2 3.43m (11'3") x 2.79m (9'2")
A double room with a uPVC window to the rear.

Bedroom 1 4.78m (15'8") x 2.87m (9'5")
A superb double room with space for a 'Super King' sized bed and freestanding furniture. A uPVC window enjoys a pleasant outlook over the Rosemount allotments. Telephone point.

Bedroom 3 3.76m (12'4") x 2.36m (7'9")
A small double / large single room again enjoying the allotment outlook via a uPVC double glazed window.


A useful open area currently used as storage but would make an ideal study space. Door to the attic room.

Hobbies Room / Occasional Bedroom
Formerly two double rooms which have been opened out to make a large playroom / guestroom. A front uPVC window overlooks the allotments with a further 'Velux' window providing additional light. Angled ceilings to the front and rear. Built in wardrobes with curtain front. TV point. Clear opening to the landing (former doorway).

View from Hobbies Room / Occasional Bedroom

To the front is a small walled garden with original railings and iron gate. Laid to lawn with a concrete pathway to the main entrance.

Rear Yard
Currently paved. Having a wooden shed plus a larger wooden workshop / store. Gated pedestrian access to the rear service lane. A garage door size opening has been blocked up but could be opened to allow car access. If one shed were removed it may ultimately be possible to park two cars within the yard.

Additional information

All mains services are installed. Gas fired central heating.


Fitted carpets, floor coverings and light fittings.

Reference: E10759


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