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2 bedroom flat for sale

9 Brunswick Terrace, Hove, BN3


Property Description

Key features

  • Share Of Freehold
  • Fisrt Floor Balcony Flat With Uninterupted Sea View
  • 24Ft Reception Room
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Grade I Listed
  • 3.8M High Ceilings
  • Ample Storage
  • Reasonable Service Charges
  • Beautifully Presented

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

The Property
A superb historical and much sought after two-bedroom apartment on the first floor of a former grand Regency House by Sir Charles Busby, built in 1824. Located on the sea front in Hove within the Brunswick Conservation Area.

Large private balcony with three double French windows allowing uninterrupted views over Hove Lawns and the sea both from inside and outside.
Very close to the West Pier and newly opened i360 British Airways observation tower. Many features still remain intact and in excellent condition, including original decorative ceilings and cornices throughout, working original wooden window shutters and floor to ceiling mirrors.
Working open coal fire with no smokeless fuel restrictions.

Grade I listed: building of exceptional interest. (only 2.5% of all listed buildings in the UK are of Grade I status).

Residents’ on street parking, Brighton & Hove parking Zone M.

Gas central heating with new ‘Valliant’ combination boiler fitted in 2012, last serviced in August 2016.
ADT 24 hour monitored intruder alarm with immediate police response. Underfloor heating in bathroom. Built in appliances are all Bosch - washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, electric oven, warming drawer and gas hob. The Bosh extractor is vented through a redundant coal fire chimney flue. The property benefits from a lot of additional storage space with bespoke built in double height Wardrobes, hall cupboards and large internal loft space above the kitchen.

Previous notable occupants include John RUSSELL, 6th Duke of Bedford in 1826. Admiral Lord Beresford, for which the house has recently been awarded a blue plaque by Visit Brighton (to be installed).

Present owners reluctantly selling due to relocation.

Entrance Hall
Accessed via the first floor landing

Reception Room
24' x 15'6

Inner Hall
Access to kitchen and bathroom

10'8 x 6'7

8'8 x 6'2

Bedroom One
17'2 x 8'6

Bedroom Two
8'4 x 7'8

Lease Information
Share Of Freehold
Lease: 93 years

Service charges for the building have not increased since 2008 and remains at £70 per month. This covers the maintenance of the fire alarms, building insurance, communal electricity and cleaning. The house account is very healthy and currently holds in excess of five- thousand pounds.
The house must be re-painted every 5 years, this was last done in 2015, the contribution towards re-painting for this apartment was £850.

The building is well maintained and managed by the current residents through 9 Brunswick Terrace Management Company Ltd. Prospective buyer would hold an equal 1/8th share in the company and the Freehold.

There are no restrictions on the lease for use as either a holiday let or rental.

More information from this agent

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 November 2016


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