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A superb Grade 1 Regency apartment, the property has its own front door, lockable front gate and steps leading down to a beautifully maintained front courtyard garden ideal for alfresco dining, a further internal courtyard, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, study and store rooms this apartment has much to offer.
One of its principal features is a gorgeous York stone flagstone floor, original to the 1856 building and at ca. 1300 square feet there is a wonderful feeling of space. The elegant living room with marble fireplace and classical style, overlooks the front entrance courtyard and features attractive wooden window shutters and convenient open-plan study area adjacent.
Along the hallway is the master bedroom, with smart en-suite bathroom housing a lovely free-standing bathtub against a backdrop of attractive painted flintstone (bungaroosh) walls. A little way along, the hall gives onto a lovely verdant rear courtyard, the perfect quiet space to sit in and enjoy. The second double bedroom and guest shower room are stylishly presented and occupy the far end of the property, as does a neat study space, all looking onto the inner courtyard.
This pleasing property has character and space and works both as a principal residence or weekend pad, benefiting as it does from its proximity to the seafront, as well as the amenities of lovely Kemptown village to the west. The crescent offers a remarkable, well cared-for, friendly environment in which to live. A noteworthy feature is the Listed Building Consent from Brighton & Hove City Council which the current owners have secured to relocate the kitchen to the hallway if required (further details available upon request).
The property is situated within the prestigious Lewes Cresent & Sussex Square community where residents have the use of the private gardens known locally as ''Kemptown Enclosures''. Leading from the ca. 6 acres of gardens is a tunnel running beneath the coast road (A259) linking the gardens to the seafront, beach and Marina.
The location is great for walking and cycling along the cliffs and undercliff walk. Kemptown old village is under a mile away and offers all the requisite amenities such as post office, bank etc. as well as independent stores, cafes, bars and restaurants. Nearby Brighton Marina offers recreational pursuits, including a first class yachting marina and large supermarket.
A ca. 10 minute bus ride on the frequent services along the seafront is the city centre and Brighton train station, where fast trains to London Victoria and Gatwick Airport make Brighton a hugely popular destination with commuters and holiday makers alike.
Grade I Listed Building
Front & Inner Courtyard
Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom
Beautiful Communal Gardens with Tunnel to Seafront
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