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1 bedroom apartment for sale

Lansdowne Place, Hove, BN3

Sold STC £270,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn3
  • sea breeze
  • 618 sq ft
  • Brunswick Town CA
  • West facing rear patio garden
  • residents permit parking zone M

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

sea breeze | guide price £270,000 - £300,000


Brunswick Town offers the fashionable location, but this one bedroom apartment offers style, space and light in abundance. It is formed from the entire lower ground floor of one of the iconic Regency townhouses, rising up the hill from the sea, so it has gracious room proportions, high ceilings, and beautiful sash windows on its curved facade. The halls and doorways are wide to allow the light and the sea breeze flow through the depth of the flat from the sweet west facing patio garden, which is a little oasis in the city. Both the kitchen and the adjoining living room are the perfect size for entertaining, making it the perfect home for those looking to embrace the quintessential Brighton and Hove lifestyle, but with two stations close-by, it would also suit commuters, investors, or those looking for a luxurious holiday pad by the sea.


In brief:


Style: Lower ground floor flat in a Regency townhouse


Bedrooms: 1 double


Living rooms: 1 very spacious


Area:  618 sq ft; 57.4 sq m


Outside: West facing rear patio garden


Location: Brunswick Town CA


Parking: Residents Permit Parking Zone M


Why you’ll like it:


Lansdowne Place is a grand road sweeping down to the sea, lined with magnolia Regency town houses with curved facades, adorned with intricate architectural detailing and iron work. This flat resides on the lower ground floor of one, just minutes from the bustling and fashionable coffee shops and boutiques of Palmeira and Brunswick. You approach down some stone steps, past a small gate and floral hanging baskets to your private covered front door.


You are welcomed in to a wide entrance hall where engineered oak floors flow ahead into the main body of the flat for continuity. Approaching the end of the hall and turning left, it opens up to the generous living room ahead, and to the master bedroom to the front. From here you are immediately aware that the current owners have a keen eye for design and a refined taste, blending the period features with modern touches.


The wall in the bedroom is curved following the line of the building, and two multi pane sash windows, adorned with ‘blackout’ plantation shutters, flood the room with natural light. A bespoke handcrafted uplighter creates atmosphere, and there are two recessed areas for hanging clothes and housing chests of drawers.


The contemporary shower room is conveniently next door, and this has two walls in striking ruby acrylic which are not only easy to maintain and clean, but the gleam beautifully and warm the room. The walk in shower is of Italian design with a large square monsoon shower head, and a fixed glass door, and the wide angular hand basin has two deep drawers below for your toiletries. A further wall cabinet affords yet more storage, and a full width wall mirror, lit from above by spots, finishes the polished look.


The living room is the heart of the home however, as it spans the width of the building, and is spacious enough for defined dining and seating areas. You can entertain in here with ease, and in the warmer months, the double doors to the patio can be flung open for it to become an extension of the space. The kitchen is larger than most in these apartments, and has ample surface space for even the keenest cook. It has been well designed with plenty of light wood units at eye and surface level, and there’s space and plumbing for a washer dryer, a dishwasher and a tall fridge freezer (all can be negotiable).


This is a charming and impressive apartment, with so many attractive features; it is sure to be coveted by many.


Bear in mind:


The current owners have installed a sliding glass door to the living room which runs along metal runners. This looks stylish and sleek, whilst ensuring the natural light flows through the flat. They have purchased the same doors for the bathroom and bedroom, and will fit them at the purchaser’s request if it is to their taste.


Owner’s secret


“We have loved living here for the last five years, and for so many reasons. The sea, the easy commute, the culture and community. We recently became the proud owners of dogs however, so we just need a little more outside space; otherwise we would definitely stay.”


Where it is:


Shops: Local 30 sec walk, city centre 7 min walk


Train Station: Brighton and Hove Stations 12 min walk each


Seafront or Park: St Anne’s Well Gardens 5 min walk, Seafront 1 min walk


Closest Schools:


Primary:  Brunswick Primary, Hove Primary School


Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill


Private: Brighton College



This smart 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 house also offers easy access to both Brighton and Hove Stations which have direct and fast links to the airports and London.




Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 August 2016

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