Part of an Italianate listed terrace circa 1845 decorated with verandas, this three / four bedroom upper maisonette couldn't be in a more sought after location.
Upon entry to this home you'll notice this property still has the rarity of an in-tact original staircase taking you up to the large hallway on the first floor. The first floor comprises of large family bathroom, kitchen/diner, lounge and fourth bedroom/formal dining space.
Each room is brimming with period features, notably well kept or earnestly restored by the current owner. The bathroom is complete with Olde English style tiling, fireplace and storage cupboard with original brass fittings. Many of the doors throughout the apartment have original paneling and brass fittings and much of the flooring throughout the rest of the property is the original wood, carefully restored.
The lounge and kitchen to the front are both southerly facing allowing ample natural light. The working fire in the lounge, lovingly looked after, really adds to the warm and cosy feeling of this home. The kitchen is newly refurbished to a high specification with a bespoke steel worktop and tiled marble splash-backs. It's finished in such a way that is stylish with its Smeg appliances, yet in-keeping with the surrounding home. Then the benefit of a further dining space on this floor makes for a welcome second reception room.
On the second floor are three further bedrooms, each of a good size with plenty of storage options, including the eaves storage to the front bedroom which is huge in size. Out of the well-maintained sash windows to the rear of the property are great viewings stretching to Brighton's surrounding South Downs.
You only have one other apartment downstairs in this property and being a share of freehold means that maintenance is never a complicated ordeal.
The apartment is situated in the West Hill Conservation area and is only a stones throw from the Seven Dials thoroughfare, which offers a range of local independent amenities. Brighton’s extensive shopping facilities at Churchill Square, The South Lanes and North Laine are accessible on foot as are the promenade and beach. Brighton’s mainline railway station can be found a short distance away, providing regular services to Gatwick, London and beyond.