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3 bedroom flat for sale

Hove Place, HOVE, BN3

Guide Price £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • bn3
  • outstanding grandeur
  • 1333 sq ft
  • cliftonville conservation area
  • south facing balcony
  • residents permit zone n

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

outstanding grandeur | guide price £650,000 - £700,000

This stunning, three bedroom apartment is comprised of the entire first floor of a substantial, Victorian villa situated on a quiet corner plot, just seconds from Hove Seafront and Lawns. Each room is generously proportioned, and the interior design is exemplary; where only the finest materials have been used to create a contemporary space which blends beautifully with its period exterior. It can also boast a south facing balcony, and sea views from the palatial, double aspect living room. Hove Station and Church Road are a short walk away too, so this is the perfect apartment for those looking for the quintessential ‘Hove’ lifestyle, and wishing to live in luxury by the sea.

In brief:

Style: 1st floor apartment in a Victorian villa

Bedrooms: 3 double

Living rooms: 1 very spacious

Area: 1333 sq.ft; 123.8 sq.m

Outside: South facing balcony

Location: Cliftonville Conservation Area

Parking: Residents Permit Zone N

Why you’ll like it:

Built in the mid 19th Century, this substantial detached villa has beautiful architectural detailing, and has the prime, corner position in the street so that the sea can be viewed from the generously wide, canted bay windows. The approach is grand, with a cast iron lamp and overthrow above the entrance, and then stone steps lead you to the portico, and the original, panelled front door. The communal areas are neat, and stairs take you to the first floor where your door with glazed surround is directly ahead.

Once inside, you are welcomed into a gracious entrance hall from which all the rooms reside, and it is immediately apparent that this is a light and spacious home. Floors and white walls flow throughout for continuity, and within a recessed area to the right, a wall of blue glass bricks filter through the natural light from the south. There are hooks here for your coats, and space to organise shoes; keeping them out of the way, and the apartment clutter free.

The living room is directly ahead, and would have been the main reception of the house when it was originally built as it is the perfect space for sophisticated entertaining. The east and south walls feel almost entirely glazed so the light floods in, and the bays provide the perfect spots to sit and read, or for formal dining in front of sea views. An open fire with a limestone mantle warms you in the cooler months, and while there is ample space for big comfortable sofas in here, the room follows round on the south side to a snug which has French windows opening up to the balcony with the original Renaissance balusters.

The master bedroom is next door, and is equally grand, with space for a super king size bed, and freestanding furniture without compromising on floor space. There is also a wall of built in wardrobes in cream, and you can glimpse the sea from the easterly square bay window.

Moving towards the rear of the flat, you come to the kitchen which is on trend with white gloss units and grey brick tiled splashbacks. The appliances are all freestanding, and there’s plenty of workspace for even the keenest cook.

The contemporary bathroom is next, and this is another stylish and modern room, with a sleek angular vanity unit below the basin and a spacious separate shower. There’s also a double ended bath for added comfort, and the walls are tiled in natural stone, with an irridescent mosaic border for interest.

There are two further double bedrooms, both with original features, and plantation shutters, and with more than enough space to suit either professional sharers or a family. This is a truly remarkable apartment which cannot fail to impress, so it needs to be seen to be admired.

Bear in mind:

There is a short waiting list for this parking zone, but there are some reasonable pay and display bays in the surrounding streets while you wait for a permit, plus excellent transport links nearby should you chose to be car free.

Owner’s secret

“This flat is fantastic for entertaining as there's so much space, but the location is great too; the beach is on the doorstep and there are so many vibrant bars and restaurants on Church Road that I rarely venture into central Brighton”

Where it is:

Shops: Local 2 min walk, city centre 10 min drive

Train Station: Hove Station 10 min walk

Seafront or Park: Hove Lawns and the seafront are a 1 min walk

Closest Schools:

Primary:  Brunswick Primary, Hove Primary School

Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman RC

Private: Brighton College

This high end, gorgeous apartment is 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 Hove Station which has direct and fast links to the airports and London.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 October 2016


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