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1 bedroom flat for sale

St. James's Avenue, Brighton

Withdrawn from Market £300,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Victorian Converted Apartment
  • One Large Double Bedroom
  • Good Sized West Facing Garden
  • Private Entrance & Dining Area
  • Large Sunny Living Room
  • Plenty Of Storage
  • Exceptional Finish
  • Share Of Freehold & Long Lease
  • Short Stroll To The Seafront
  • Kemp Town Village And Brighton City Centre

Full description

Tenure: Share of Freehold

HIDDEN GEM. Wonderful Victorian converted one bedroom apartment with its own entrance and private tranquil garden. Spacious and light with large sash windows, plenty of storage and finished to an exceptional quality. Situated in a leafy street and a short stroll to the seafront not forgetting Brighton City centre with its vibrant bars/restaurants and good transport links. Share of Freehold

The property benefits from it's own private entrance through a wrought iron gate, leads down to a courtyard with a large vaulted area under the road which is ideal for bikes and everyday clutter.

Upon entering the apartment you feel a sense of calm and you know that a treat awaits. The hallway is light and spacious and has a large store room with a window, again not a problem with storage in this apartment. Flowing through the apartment into a dining area which is perfectly placed for both the kitchen and living room making this a sociable space which has carpet laid and neutral décor.

The living room at the back of the property is spacious and has two large sash windows with views out to the garden, flooding in plenty of natural light. A lovely feature fireplace with tiled surround adds to the style of this room which is finished with carpet and neutral décor.

A perfectly formed kitchen which has cream units with plenty of room for storage, stylish china sink and tiled flooring for ease finished off with a wooden work top. Flowing through the property is the breakfast room and utility area. The breakfast room benefits from a large double glazed window and patio door leading out to the tranquil garden area.

The garden has been cleverly thought out and has two levels with brick flooring laid on the lower section and wooden stairs leading up to the raised paved area, partly pebbled and mature shrubs all surrounded by a brick wall for privacy. Perfect for alfresco living.

Back into the apartment from the hallway is the bedroom. A good size double bedroom with plenty of space for furniture and light floods in from the large sash window and smaller separate window. Carpet laid and neutral in décor.

Finally the contemporary bathroom is stylish and elegant with a white suite and chrome fittings. Tiled flooring and walls, a heated towel rail and frosted window for privacy.

They say a perfect location is everything, well this property certainly has that in abundance. Situated on a pretty tree lined wide street, just moments from the seafront. Getting anywhere is so easy, the many bars and restaurants of St James's Street and Kemp Town are just steps away, so no taxi after a night out. The city centre is a short walk away or catch a bus from the Edward Street stop just round the corner. The railway station is easily accessed too.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 December 2016


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