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3 bedroom flat for sale
Adelaide Crescent, Hove, East Sussex, BN3
- Situated in one of the most sought-after crescents
- Eighteen-foot ceilings
- Juliet balconies on all four sets of French windows
- Panoramic views of Hove Lawns extending to the sea
- Set on the first floor
- Substantial accommodation
- A wealth of period features and charm
- Large bay fronted master bedroom
Tenure: Share of FreeholdAs featured in The Daily Telegraph Property of the week in September-When you walk along from the City centre and enter Adelaide Crescent you are immediately struck by tranquillity and calm. The lawns stretch out in front of you towards the sea, to each side you find stunning period dwellings. This apartment is found in one of Brighton and Hove's most historic Grade II listed buildings designed by the renowned nineteenth century architect, Decimus Burton -famous for his buildings in Regents Park, The Athenaeum Club and Hyde Park. There is a painting of the original owner Baron Claude Joseph Montefiore in the National Portrait Gallery. So special is the apartment that it was recently featured in the Daily Telegraph as property of the week.
When you enter the grand communal hallway of the building, you pass a beautiful etched glass window on the landing and face the substantial door of the flat. Once in, the wow factor is immediate - it is both very elegant but not intimidating: a wonderful combination of heritage and contemporary features in a space which is flooded with light. The bedroom at the back of the flat has a bathroom next door to it and is down a small landing with its own door, so your guests feel as though they are in their own wing. The first bedroom has its own en-suite shower room. The third bedroom offers plenty of light and could be used as a dining room/second reception room. They say that it has been the most amazing flat to entertain in but it has also been a really comfortable relaxed home. The attractive communal gardens of Adelaide Crescent on the other corner of the mansion are delightful for walking in or just relaxing with a book in the sun. Just up the road is the food lovers haven of Western Road- with many good restaurants, cafes, speciality food shops, along with super-stylish home ware and clothes shops, Waitrose and Farrow and Ball, with the buzz extending along Church Road to the left of the floral clock.
A truly spectacular seafront apartment with Juliet balconies which is packed full of period features has 18 foot ceilings and a charm which is difficult to replicate.