2 bedroom flat for saleThe Garden House, Brighton, BN1
Sold STC £375,000
- triple vista
- Clifton Hill / Montpelier Conseravtion Area
- large single garage
triple vista | guide price £375,000 - £400,000
This attractive 1960s development sits happily amongst its Regency neighbours, with this generous two bedroom apartment taking prime spot at the top. It is from this elevated position it can boast the most spectacular views over roof and treetops to the vast expanse of the sea to the south, and also to the rolling hills of The South Downs to the west. It is well presented with wooden floors throughout and delightfully bright due to large picture windows on three sides. It also boasts a private garage, and is within easy walking distance of Brighton Station and the city, so it would suit commuters, downsizers, holiday let investors and professionals alike.
Style: Top (3rd) floor flat in a 1960s apartment block
Bedrooms: 2 double
Living rooms: 1 very spacious
Location: Clifton Hill/Montpelier Conservation Area
Parking: Large single garage
Why you’ll like it:
Clifton Hill Conservation Area is famed for its hilly setting, with rows of treelined terraces leading down through Western Road to the sea. This development is on a quiet road, just north of the city centre, and has a smart pale brick facade which is soon to be fully renovated to return it to its former glory. To the front it looks out to the pretty Victorian terraces, gleaming in white, and so typical of the area, and to the rear, lush greenery, and the peaceful walled gardens of St Peter’s Church. You enter through glazed double doors, and climb the well lit stairwell to the top floor landing where your door is clearly marked to the left.
You are welcomed into a wide L shaped hallway, where wooden beech floorboards and fresh white walls flow throughout for continuity. It is immediately apparent that this is spacious and airy flat, as you enter the first double bedroom and become aware of the natural light and the first of the views through the generous window. From here you can see the patchwork hills of the Downs, church spires piercing the topography, and can only imagine the sunsets which will light up the expanse of sky. This room has ample space for a king size bed and has a deep built in wardrobe maximising the floor space for further pieces of bedroom furniture. The second bedroom is next to this, and is of a similar size and orientation, and with the same storage and decor.
Across the hall you’ll find the newly fitted bathroom, with a glossy white bath suite, and a tall heated towel rail to complement. The shower is over the bath, with a glass shower door, and the floor and walls are adorned with ceramic sandstone effect tiling.
The hallway turns to the right, and passing two double storage cupboards, you find the kitchen on the left. This is a very good size for the keen cook, with units along two sides, and plenty of surface space. The wooden units echo the tone of the floor, and the appliances, including a cooker, a fridge and a freezer are all freestanding to the left. The washing machine is tucked away in a cupboard which also houses the gas boiler, but these could be incorporated into the room with little effort.
A large hatch is open to the living and dining room next door, so you could imagine it being one large open plan space, but it allows for sociability as it is too. The living room is a great size, and this allows for distinct dining and seating areas, with room for a sizable sofa in the square bay window. It is double aspect, so it enjoys yet more sea views, yet the i360 is just obscured - a blessing many would say!
This is a fantastic apartment, in a favourable location, and with private parking too; it is sure to be snapped up.
Bear in mind:
All shelving and furniture currently in the apartment can stay if you wish - great news for rental investors looking to let it out with ease.
“The location and views speak for themselves, but having a garage in such a central location has been a blessing, and the neighbours are all lovely. We have a share of the freehold and communications regarding the building have always been easy. ”
Where it is:
Shops: Local 2 min walk, city centre 4 min walk
Train Station: Brighton Station 8 min walk
Seafront or Park: St Anne’s Well Gardens 4 min walk, Seafront 5 min walk
Primary: Brunswick Primary, Hove Primary School
Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman RC
Private: Brighton College
This bright, spacious flat is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach on your doorstep. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this home also offers easy access to Brighton Station which has direct and fast links to the airports and London.
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