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1 bedroom apartment for sale

Park Crescent, Brighton

Removed £225,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Leasehold

Tanat-Jones & Company are delighted to offer to the market this well presented, one bedroom, apartment located on the lower ground floor of a beautifully maintained building and situated within one of the most prestigious addresses in Brighton. The Park originally was linked to The Level and was the Original Sussex Cricket Club and grounds. The residents of Park Crescent have access to the well maintained by 2 gardeners stunning private gardens that cover 3.5 acres with a wealth of plants, shrubs and trees not to mention high security and privacy for the children and cats! Dogs can be walked on a leash. There is an efficient Garden Committee who organise social events in the grounds through the year.

The accommodation itself comprises; entrance hallway, double bedroom, stylish double doors into the sitting room with adjoining kitchen. bathroom off the hall and has the added benefit of gas central heating and a security door entry phone. It is in good decorative order throughout. A property like this would suit a first time buyer, a buy-to-let investor or would be a perfect pied-a-terre by the sea/holiday home. Sold with no onward chain and a long lease, this charming property must be viewed to appreciate.
Park Crescent itself is located conveniently close to the very up and coming busy London Road area of Brighton which offers an array of supermarkets, shops, pubs cafes, bars and restaurants. It is also located very close to the newly revamped Level with its green open spaces, fountains and cafe/pizzeria. Both Brighton mainline and London Road stations are a short walk away providing northbound commuter links with London and The City. The beautiful Sussex Downs and Lewes are 25 minutes away. The Seafront and cosmopolitan North Laines are also a short walk away offering boutiques, antique shops, The Art District with its murals, pubs, cafes, deli's and eateries. Bus services run close by providing access to the centre of Brighton, Hove and East Sussex. The seafront is a 20 minute stroll and there is easy access to The Marina. The lively daily Open Market is virtually across the road. The annual Pride march and the London to Brighton vintage car rally go almost past the door.

Entrance hallway
Two wall lights, radiator, storage cupboard, stylish double doors opening into;

Sitting room/kitchen 18'1 x 11'9
Two sash windows overlooking the front elevation, wall lights, radiator, opening to kitchen with range of wall and base units with cupboard and drawer storage, inset gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood, space and plumbing for washing machine, under counter fridge, inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, tiled walls, tiled floor. Cupboard housing Worcester boiler.

Bedroom 11'1 x 8'6
Wall lights, radiator, sash windows with shutters overlooking the front elevation.

Part tiled walls, tiled floor, white suite comprising; panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment and shower screen, wc, wash hand basin, mirror over.

Communal Gardens
Stunning communal gardens over 3.5 acres and accessed via steps from the communal hallway with a wealth of plants, flowers, shrubs and trees and the focal point pond.

Lease; 92 years remaining;
Maintenance: approx £1,100.00 per annum
Ground Rent; £50.00 per annum

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
04 October 2016


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