TENURE: Share of Freehold
WATERSIDE - Situated in a landmark building adjacent to the seafront, spanning the first floor of two Grade II Regency buildings offering elegant living on one of Hove’s most handsome Regency roads. Situated in a grand period building the apartment enjoys views across Hove Lawns and down to the seafront. The property is full of character and first impressions are of an excellent sense of space thanks to high ceilings, with many of the rooms benefiting from period features such as picture rails, coving, ceiling roses and stately fireplaces. The décor has been beautifully updated in recent years and has been sympathetic to the property’s history, preserving the characterful charm whilst adding modern comforts such as a striking contemporary kitchen and bathrooms.
The apartment comprises a generous bay-fronted sitting room with views over the seafront and a balcony spanning the two bays. The sitting room is open to a spacious dining room with built-in bookcases which leads to a separate kitchen with breakfast bar. The master bedroom is also of an excellent size with bay front and includes good fitted storage along with bedroom two. The latter also benefits from an en suite shower room and access to a roof terrace.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
In a stunning location in close proximity to Hove Lawns and the sea, the apartment is situated in a prestigious residential road of grand period properties in a highly sought-after area close to the charming seafront. Lansdowne Place was constructed on one of the original roads of Hove and renamed in 1834 after the third Marquis Lansdowne. Some of the houses were designed by esteemed architect Charles Augustin Busby who installed a row of impressive bearded Hercules, and the road later become occupied by a number of private schools and later still, a number of military representatives. Today, the road remains one of the finest streets in Hove. There are attractive green spaces in Adelaide Crescent and Brunswick Square, while Hove Lawns is just moments away and ideal for walks along the promenade. Western Road is nearby with an array of boutique shops, trendy cafés, bars and restaurants. Central Brighton is easily accessible by local buses to reach the more extensive high street shopping area and Churchill Square. Brighton Station is 1.2 miles with fast and direct trains to London and Gatwick Airport.
The seller informs us that the service and maintenance charges (including buildings insurance) amount to approximately £2,350.00 per annum or £195.83 per month.
Ground Rent: N/A.
Lease Start Date: 25th March 1979
Duration of Lease: 999 years
Approximate unexpired Term of Lease: 959 years
Lease due: 2978
Parking: Informal off street parking.
2 Bath/Shower Rooms