1 bedroom apartment for saleEvelyn Terrace, Brighton, BN2
- glittering view
- 352 sq ft
- Queen's Park
- Close to Queen's Park and walking distance to the seafront
- C zone parking
Spic and span, this bright one bedroom apartment is in a great location close to Queen’s Park with the beach, cafés and bars of Kemp Town within walking distance. The sea glitters at the bottom of the hill where this apartment is quietly perched in a leafy street with local shops for lazy Sunday mornings and as the station is within easy reach and there is a regular bus service to the universities and along the coast, this inviting home will appeal to first buyers, weekenders and investors.
Style: FF apartment
Living rooms: 1
Area: 352 sq ft 32.9 sq m
Parking: C zone
Location: Queen’s Park
Why you’ll like it:
This is a sought after location in a friendly community by Queen’s Park with great transport links to Brighton, the Universities and the A23/A27. This double fronted Victorian Villa is on a sedate tree lined street and is set privately behind a scented front garden in between which broad steps lead to an impressive front door. Inside, the communal hallway is clearly cared for with the entrance to this apartment on the left on the first floor, with an inviting lobby which cushions any noise from the stairs and has plenty of space for coats and opens into an inner hallway with the lovely, south facing living room on your right.
Sunshine pours into this open room through the huge bay window at the front of the building. The sea glints at the bottom of the leafy hill and there is lots of room for sofas and a dining table in here. The kitchen discreetly runs along the back wall which has nooks and cranny’s giving extra space so although the chef can be sociable, the corner sink is almost invisible when you are in the main room. The contemporary units have an attractive blonde wood finish with practical work surfaces and the fridge, freezer, electric hob, oven and extractor are all integrated for you and there is even plumbing for a washing machine tucked out of sight!
The quiet bedroom is at the back of this substantial Victorian building and is not really overlooked. The proportions are restful and the fitted wardrobe reaches the remarkably high ceiling. Next door, the modern bathroom is stylishly decorated in natural colours with an Aqualisa shower above the bath, there is chic storage beneath the hand basin and a heated towel rail is close to hand.
Bear in mind:
There is no lift within this period building, but the sea views are worth the short climb!
“Our street is nice and peaceful, and we love walking to the park, but we can also walk to the Centre and the sea side-brilliant!”
Where it is:
Shops: Local shops 2 minutes walk, St James’ Street 10 minute walk
Train Station: Brighton mainline 10 minutes by bus
Seafront or park: Park is 2 minutes, Seafront a 10 minute walk
Primary: Queen’s Park Primary, St Luke’s
Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer
Private: Brighton College
Queen’s Park is a very popular area, particularly with young professionals and families because of its proximity to good schools as well as the Park with its tennis courts and other leisure facilities. It 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. 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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