WATERSIDE - Situated on Brunswick Terrace, this well presented second floor Grade I-listed residence in the heart of Brighton and Hove offers a wealth of attractive features and views to the south across Hove Lawns, the wide promenade and the sea from the kitchen and reception room. The property is appointed with neutral décor and offers a great opportunity for personalisation. Hannah House forms part of this historic terrace and was built in the height of Brighton’s Regency period by renowned architect Charles Busby. Fusing period detail of high ceilings, cornicing and sash windows with modern styling this is a spacious and light filled home offering almost 1000 sq ft of living space. It would be particularly attractive to professionals or those seeking a low-maintenance weekend pied-à-terre on the seafront.
The main highlight is the sitting room, which is accessed via double doors from the central hallway. The space is generous and light with two sash windows looking out to sea. Adjoining the sitting room is a spacious kitchen with space for a dining table if desired, also with a sash window affording lovely sea views. The rest of the accommodation is equally well proportioned comprising two double bedrooms with fitted storage, a bathroom with both bath and shower facilities and a box room that contains an electric powered boiler for heating and hot water, as well as space and plumbing for a washing machine.
The property further benefits from a lift, secure entryphone access and on-street parking locally (permit required).
Virtual tour available on request.
This property is featured by our Waterside department.
Brunswick Terrace was built from 1824-1828 and is one of Brighton’s landmark Regency terraces, situated in the heart of the Brunswick Conservation Area. The properties are now divided into flats, though the striking stucco buildings still retain their elegance and grandeur. Many of the front elevations have notable architectural features, including cast iron railings, pediments, a temple front and giant Corinthian columns. In between the two main terraces is Brunswick Square, forming a stunning Regency landmark on the seafront with attractive central gardens. The location is ideal for enjoying the cosmopolitan lifestyle of Brighton, with a fabulous range of restaurants, shops and leisure pursuits within a short distance on Western Road. Easy access to Dyke Road provides a link to the A27, A23 and Gatwick Airport. Green areas are also readily accessible at Hove Lawns, with the South Downs a short drive away. There is a Waitrose supermarket and a number of shops and cafes in close proximity. Local schooling options include Brighton Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College, Hove Junior School, Hove Park Secondary School and Sixth Form, Blatchington Mill Schools and Windlesham School and Nursery. Brighton Station is 1.1 miles with services to London and Gatwick Airport.
allocated basement storage
total of approx. 982 sq ft
Length of lease 986 yrs