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Percival Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2








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Embracing its glorious, seafront location looking south with uninterrupted sea views, this luxury two bedroom apartment in a beautiful Grade II listed Regency terrace has magnificent historic proportions – and an elegant finish. Triple windows in the reception frame a timeless seascape and sociable but separate, the classic kitchen has an open hatch to enjoy company and the picture perfect view. Both bedrooms are comfortable doubles at the back, the guest room opposite a luxury bathroom, and the blissful principal suite has ample space in which to unwind and a chic shower room. On the top floor of a sought after building with a lift, it is within 15 mins by bus from Brighton Station and 7 mins by cab from the cultural heart of the city. Just a few mins walk from the Royal Sussex County Hospital and Brighton College, it is opposite quiet beaches which also have coffee shops, bars and a new Lido nearby.

Tucked away from tourists but in a great location between the pier and the marina, Kemptown Village is one of the most sought after areas of our fabulous coastal metropolis with an easy going, unpretentious vibe, all the local amenities you need including a Co-Op, pharmacy and a weekly farmer’s market, and bus routes take you into or out of the city.

Opposite the beach, this listed, end of terrace beauty is in fashionable Kemptown Village with friendly amenities including cafés, independent shops and weekly farmers market. Stately from the outside with an impressive entrance secured by video system, inside the good impressions continue in an attractive communal hall with a lift discreetly tucked away.

Inside, an inviting hallway has good storage and ahead, sunshine streams through an elegant living room where triple windows frame mesmerising views which sweep over open water. Completely private, this classically beautiful room is one to to enjoy come rain or shine with 5.89 x 5.08 (19’4 x 16’8) of floorspace for sophisticated entertaining.

Next door, a bright and cheerful kitchen is a study of efficient planning with a broad opening to the living dining room, so although sociable it doesn’t dominate the space and ingenious planning has a breakfast bar beneath the opening for coffee with a view. Galley by name but not by nature, there is ample storage and practical working surfaces, and integrated appliances include a gas hob, electric oven beneath a hood and a wine rack.

Tucked quietly away at the back of the building, the first of the generous double bedrooms is ideal for guests or for sharers, lined with storage, stylishly decorated and opposite a luxury bathroom. Next door, the restful principal bedroom is a private paradise, light and airy with graceful proportions of 3.73 x 3.1m (12’3 x10’2) to relax in, and the en-suite from an inner lobby is a chic shower room with a designer finish.

Agent says:
“This beautiful coastal home makes the most of its seafront setting, and although you step into a glamorous lifestyle where every room has a stylish finish, it is also an inviting haven ideal as a home or an investment.”

Owner’s secret:
“In a wonderful setting, the views are always stunning whether blue skies or stormy. Every room is light and spacious, and the layout and simple décor works well. Just 15-20 minutes’ walk from the city centre along the promenade it is the obvious place for friends to gather to enjoy all that Brighton has to offer and the building itself is well run and secure, with friendly neighbours. Kemptown Village has a laid back atmosphere with good schools and all the amenities you need including a farmer’s market, Boots and small Co-Op (which opens early and closes later if you work at the hospital) as well as a choice of cafés or bistro pubs.”

What’s around you
Shops: Village 3 mins, The Lanes 15-20 to walk
Train Station: Brighton mainline 15 mins by bus
Seafront or Park: Sea is opposite, park 5 mins
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Brighton & Hove is a party resort known for its beaches, arts festivals and international shopping – but also for its unique history, cosmopolitan cultural centre and warm, inclusive community. Built on hills and surrounded by the South Downs National Park we attract professionals and families seeking fresh air, good schools and a vibrant lifestyle. Opposite the seafront and close to the new beach cafés and Lido, Kemptown Village is around the corner with an eclectic mix of al fresco cafés, shops, restaurants and even a farmer’s market. Hosting the County Hospital and world famous Brighton College, it is within easy walking distance of the picturesque Lanes, although there are local buses and plentiful permit parking with no waiting list in zone H, and the station serving Gatwick, City Airport and London is easy to reach.
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Percival Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2


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  • Brighton Station1.4 miles
  • London Road (Brighton) Station1.6 miles
  • Moulsecoomb Station2.1 miles
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Brand Vaughan, Kemptown

110 St. Georges Road, Brighton, BN2 1EA

Brand Vaughan, Kemptown

If you’re moving here, you want to be looked after by number one. That’s Brand Vaughan. Actively selling and letting more properties than any other agent in and around Brighton & Hove. Since 2007. We have a physical and online presence across East Sussex, with branches in all the prime property hot spots. Nothing moves in Hove, Kemptown, Preston Park and Brighton Marina without our knowledge. Our sister company Michael Jones covers the West coast, if you’re looking Worthing way. Sales, Letti

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