1 bedroom ground floor flat for saleSt. Lukes Terrace, Brighton
- Period Property
- Converted Garden Apartment
- One Double Bedroom
- Spacious Living Room
- Separate Kitchen
- Wooden Floors
- Front And Back Garden
- Share Of Freehold
- Chain Free
- Near Queens Park
Period converted garden apartment. One large double bedroom, spacious living room, separate kitchen, front and back garden. Wooden floors and working fireplace. Centrally located for Queens Park. Share of Freehold. Chain Free.
Perfectly placed for Queens Park and a short stroll to Brighton City centre sits a spacious one bedroom ground floor apartment.
The living room is spacious and light with a large double glazed window, wooden flooring laid and open fireplace. Leading into a separate kitchen with fully fitted appliances, wooden flooring and doors leading out the to large enclosed patio area.
The inner hallway has a large cupboard for storage, carpet laid and neutral décor.
A contemporary finish shower room with walk in shower, white suite with chrome fittings and a cupboard which houses the boiler.
At the rear of the property is the double bedroom, light floods the space from the double doors out to the patio area. The bedroom has plenty of space for furniture and has carpet laid.
The patio is enclosed with paved flooring and ideal for alfresco living.
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