TENURE: Share of Freehold
WATERSIDE - Moments from the beach, this lower ground floor flat has a stylish modern interior within the grandeur of an elegant Grade I listed building. Dating back to 1825 with its classic clotted cream facade and cast iron railings, Brunswick Square remains one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city.
Instantly creating a great sense of space, the 80’ (28m) welcoming hallway leads you through the easy flowing layout. Graceful double doors open onto the large sitting room where classic bow sash windows and period detailing add plenty of charm and character. Light and bright, an elegant fireplace with a log style burner creates a focal point while richly toned wood doors lead into a separate study. Opening onto the private courtyard garden the generously portioned kitchen is fully fitted with modern cabinets, wood countertops and an integrated dishwasher. Easily accommodating a dining table, there's room for a range cooker and freestanding appliances. A deep pantry supplies further storage space and a discreet utility area has space for washing machine and tumble dryer. The impressive dimensions of the hallway proffer the perfect place for an additional formal dining area where eye-catching feature patterned walls give a deep splash of colour and make it a great place to entertain.
Three equally well-presented bedrooms provide ideal family and guest accommodation, and whilst each looks out onto the courtyard, the master bedroom features fitted wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. Arranged in an attractive mosaic tile setting, the modern family shower room completes this Hove home.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
The apartment forms part of the Grade I listed development of Brunswick Square, designed and constructed in the 1820s by the architect Charles Busby who created the landmark bow-fronted buildings. Within the square there is an attractive green space with landscaped gardens and on-street permit parking located on the streets around the square. It is a short distance from a variety of shops, local cafes and restaurants as well as a short distance to Hove Lawns and the beach. Local buses link Hove to central Brighton for further shopping amenities. At the end of the road is Western Road which has many restaurants, cafes and shops catering for everyday needs. Brighton station is 1.4 miles with fast and direct trains to London and Gatwick Airport.
Peaceful and private, the easy to maintain courtyard garden has a lovely Mediterranean feel with its landscaped paving and tall mature trees and shrubs. An idyllic space to enjoy outdoor meals with friends or relax with the weekend papers, its original cast iron oven that dates back to the mid 1800s reminds you of the original charm of this Grade I listed property. Convenient external storage is found within two shared under-pavement storage areas at the front of this apartment.
Two bath/shower rooms (one en suite)
Separate sitting room
Large kitchen with breakfast area and large pantry
Study area off the lounge
Large courtyard garden with antique range still in situ
Own private street entrance