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2 bedroom apartment for sale

Freshfield Road, Brighton, BN2

Sold STC £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn2
  • sunny garden
  • 755 sq ft
  • Queen's Park
  • Spacious garden
  • Residents C zone parking

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

Guide Price £375,000-£400,000

sunny garden

This two bedroom garden apartment is in a great spot between Queen’s Park and Kemp Town Village and close to the beach. Freshly decorated inside and out and with glimpses of the sea, this stylish home has a beautiful west facing garden large enough for entertaining so will pique the interest of home seekers and those searching for a glamorous weekend retreat.

In brief:

Style: Ground floor garden apartment in a Victorian Terrace

Bedrooms: 2 

Living rooms: 1 

Area: 755 sq. ft

Outside: Spacious garden

Parking: Residents C zone

Location: Queen’s Park

Tenure: 99 year lease

Why you’ll like it:

Freshly painted both inside and out this Victorian Ground Floor Maisonette on a tree lined street has great appeal with its stately bays and attractive front garden. Set well back from the road, broad steps lead to an impressive front door which is secured by an answer phone and inside, the communal hallway is clearly cared for with the door to this apartment on your right.

Inside, the welcoming hallway has a refreshingly practical wood floor and plenty of room behind the door for coat hooks and you also get a feel for the comfortable size of this apartment. On the right, the bright living room has the generous proportions of the Age of Empire and the broad bay brings in leafy views and there are glimpses of the sea at the bottom of the hill. Next door, the first of the double bedrooms feels very restful with a high ceiling and views over the lovely garden. The property has newly fitted, neutral coloured carpets throughout.

Along the hallway, a few steps take you down into a kitchen big enough for a table and chairs and which has plenty of aqua coloured units and white work surfaces along two walls. The gas hob and electric oven are both integrated beneath an extractor and there is also plumbing for two machines. The door to your right leads out into the surprisingly spacious garden. In the far wall, the door opens into an airy bathroom with a luxurious hydro therapy bath with a shower above it and a charming pebble border reminding you that the seafront is only minutes away. 

Privately tucked away downstairs, the master bedroom is a good size with a window at the front bringing in lots of natural light and views of the garden and there is deep storage as well as an en suite shower room with a WC- ideal if you wanted to rent a room to help to pay the mortgage.

Outside, the garden is quite large for this convenient location and backs onto gardens of houses opposite Queen’s Park, so it is unusually peaceful as well. The broad, paved side return leads round to a west facing terrace, perfect for bbq’s. The lawn is also big enough for stylish al fresco dining if you wanted to install a bike store or home office and the borders on each side show what a sun trap this is, as it is open to the south and facing west. 

Bear in mind:

This stylish garden apartment is in a great location and some properties have extended into the side return, subject to the usual consents.

Owner’s secret

“The location is easy and we really enjoy bringing our friends back from city shopping or a day on the beach and cooking supper in the garden.”

Where it is:

Shops: Local shops 2 minutes, Kemp Town Village and St James’ Street under a 10 minute walk

Train Station: Brighton mainline about 15 minutes by bus

Seafront or park: Park is 2 minutes, Seafront a 10 minute walk

Closest Schools:

Primary: Queen’s Park Primary, St Luke’s

Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer

Private: Brighton College

This apartment is in a very popular area particularly with young professionals because of its proximity to the Park with its tennis courts and other leisure facilities, but is also popular across the board because it is centrally located, close to the bohemian Kemp Town Village with its myriad of shops cafes and restaurants but also with the fashionable Lanes, Theatre and seafront within walking distance. On a bus route to both hospitals and close to local schools this home would suit a family and in addition Brighton’s mainline station is within easy reach, making this home a viable prospect for those requiring fast and frequent access to the Airports or London.    

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 September 2016


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