2 bedroom apartment for saleMontpelier Crescent, Brighton, BN1
Guide Price £500,000
- elegant crescent
- 818 SQ.FT
- Montpelier and Clifton Hill CA
- South facing balcony and a rear garden
- residents permit zone Y
Tenure: Share of Freehold
elegant crescent | guide price £500,000 - £525,000
Montpelier Crescent is regal in its splendour with beautiful Regency townhouses adorned with Corinthian columns and ornate iron balconies. This generous two bedroom garden flat is formed from the entire ground floor of one, so it benefits from high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and a delightful walled garden. It has a wealth of original features, and is tastefully decorated in with a contemporary finish, and the conversion has been done sensitively retaining the character, space and light of the building. It is just seconds from the vibrant Seven Dials, and also a short walk from Brighton Station and the beach, and being so well located and impressively styled it is sure to be coveted by many. The property also comes with a large shared storage area separate from the apartment.
Style: Ground floor flat in a Regency crescent
Bedrooms: 2 double
Living rooms: 1 very spacious
Area: 818 SQ.FT; 76.0 SQ.M
Outside: South facing balcony and a rear garden
Location: Montpelier and Clifton Hill Conservation Area
Parking: Residents Permit Zone Y
Why you’ll like it:
Built and completed in the mid 19th Century by the renowned architect Amon Henry Wilds, these regal townhouses are considered to be some of the most impressive in the city. They were constructed at a time when Brighton was becoming the most fashionable place to live outside of the capital, and they still command the same air of superiority today. This flat is on the ground floor of a Grade II listed house on the edge of the crescent which encircles communal lawns and mature trees, and is set back from the street behind a lawned front garden and a hedgerow.
You approach up some wide stone steps and and through the grand front door and into bright communal hall where your door is on the right. This opens into a bright L shaped entrance hall where dark wooden floorboards flow into the bedrooms and living room to the right. The ceilings are high and the original panelled doors have been adorned with glass orb handles. The period cornicing, architraves and skirtings remain, and the south westerly full length windows have their original timber shutters.
Bedroom two is first on the right, and is a gracious room with access to the balcony which is the width of the property so it can be accessed from the living room next door too. There’s ample space out here for a table and chairs, and it is slightly raised so you can look out over the green and watch the world go by.
Taking centre stage in the living room is the feature chimney breast with modern baroque wallpaper in deep red surrounding the cast iron fireplace and mantle; in keeping with the character of the property. Light floods in through two full height sash windows and these frame the lovely view from the dining table.
The master bedroom looks out over the rear garden, and is of the same impressive proportions of bedroom two, but also has a full wall of built in wardrobes and storage. The bathroom is conveniently next door and this has a contemporary suite to include a freestanding bathtub with central taps for comfortable bathing, and a walk in shower with fixed glazing and a rainfall shower head. The floor has a large tile in slate grey to complement the feature floral wallpaper, and a modern heated towel rail completes the polished look.
Following the hallway round, to the rear of the property, you come to the kitchen. The units are plenty in light wood, and the appliances are all freestanding below the counter, apart from the electric oven and gas hob. A door leads out to the garden from here which is a tranquil oasis with flint walls, seating areas and beds for planting on the borders. It is the perfect size for gatherings and for dining al fresco, and is easy to maintain as it is neatly paved.
This flat has an abundance of charm and character, and being so well presented and in a favourable location, it is bound to be snapped up. As well as having amble storage in the flat, there is also a communal store room which can be used for leisure items such as bikes and camping equipment.
Bear in mind:
Unfortunately there is a waiting list for this parking zone, but there are many busses which stop at Seven Dials, and an excellent cycle path system should you chose to be car free.
“The garden is magical, and so peaceful - it’s hard to believe you are so close to the city - and with Brighton Station so close by, you can be in London in just over an hour!”
Where it is:
Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 7 min walk
Train Station: Brighton Station 7 min walk
Seafront or Park: St Anne’s Well Gardens 5 min walk, Seafront 8 min walk
Primary: Brunswick Primary, Hove Primary School
Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman RC
Private: Brighton College
This attractive and spacious flat is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and green spaces on your doorstep. The city centre shopping districts and beach are also within easy reach, and this house also offers easy access to Brighton Station which has direct and fast links to the airports and London.
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